Definitely not. I will provide modifications for all levels, whether you can touch your toes or not is irrelevant. You can still benefit greatly from the various yoga postures, improving not only your flexibility but also your balance, strength and learn relaxation techniques.
What should I wear?
Something comfortable that you can move around easily in. Don't worry about shoes, yoga is done barefoot. You might want to wear some layers, you will warm up during class and cool down when we close the class with our guided relaxation.
Do I need to bring anything?
If you have your own yoga mat, please bring it with you. I do have a supply of mats and blocks for students to use. You may also want to bring a water bottle and a small towel.
**During COVID I am not supplying blocks/props. Please bring your own block and strap if you have one. I can recommend suitable alternative substitutes if you do not have your own. During winter, it's also very beneficial to bring a blanket for savasana.
Do I need to book in?
Yes, classes are by school term. Unfortunately I do not have casual spots.
If it is your first class and you haven't already done so, please arrive 10 minutes early so you can fill out a registration form
Can I eat before class?
If you wish to eat prior to class, I would recommend only having a light meal. Some of the poses we do in class, in particular twists, can be very uncomfortable on a full stomach.
What if I'm a beginner?
My class is an all levels class, so even if you are new to yoga, I will offer a variety of options for each pose dependant upon each individual's experience and fitness level.