Can anyone do yoga?

The short answer is yes! Anyone and everyone can enjoy yoga.

If you are unwell or have a specific physical injury or condition always consult your doctor before you come to class. If you just have a minor injury always tell the teacher and use modifications where necessary. If you are pregnant please bring your doctors signed approval and inform you teacher.

What do I wear?

Comfortable, light weight clothing that stretches easily. You may sweat in some classes so also keep this in mind.

Do I need to bring anything to class?

A yoga mat and a bottle of water (please avoid bringing glass bottles to the studio) Some practitioners like to bring a towel along also if they tend to sweat a lot.

If you don’t remember to bring your own then we have mats and hand towels for hire at the studio and filtered water too.

Can I eat before class?

We recommend not eating anything heavy 2 hours before class. Make sure that you are hydrated and to drink plenty of water before and after class also.

What class should I try first?

Any class is a great first class but see class descriptions to find out what would best suit your mood.

If you’re a beginner we have 4 and 8 week beginner series running for Vinyasa and Kundalini yoga all the time. They’re the best way to start. However if you can’t make it to one of those then let any teacher know that you’re a beginner and they can make sure they cue you the correct modifications for your level.

What are 4 and 8 week series, and who can attend them?

These are a series of classes that go together with a specific focus.

For example an 8 week Vinyasa beginners series will run the same time and day once a week. Each week the class will focus on something new and specific so that by the end of the 8 weeks you’ll have great understanding of the practice as a whole and how to do each pose, or breath techniques, or how to modify postures if you have an injury etc.

You don’t need to be a member to take advantage of one of these series. You can buy them as a package.

Members can attend any of these classes as part of their membership.

Do I need to book in before I arrive to class?

To secure yourself a spot in advance is a great idea for peak class times and 4 and 8 week series however it’s not always necessary.

Can I come to a yoga class if I have an injury?

We advise for major injuries to consult your doctor before attending a class. For minor injuries inform your yoga teacher before the class starts and they will make sure to cue the right modifications for you.

Can I do yoga if I’m pregnant?

We do have specific pre-natal yoga classes we recommend for pregnant practitioners. We don’t allow you to do hot yoga if you’re pregnant but for other classes please advise your teacher that you are and they will let you know what exercises you cannot do.

What happens if I’m running late to class?

Please arrive 5-15 minutes before the class is scheduled to start. The door will close and lock from the start time of the class.

Will I be able to do yoga if I'm not flexible?

Absolutely! You don’t need to be flexible to do yoga. It creates flexibility in your body so please come along and honor your body as it is. Our bodies change rapidly when we create new physical behaviors.

We look forward to seeing you at our East Sydney yoga studio soon!

Level 2, 12/51-53 Spring Street, Bondi Junction (Eastern Suburbs Sydney, NSW)

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