Is there somewhere to park at the class venues?

Yes, there is ample parking next to Great Hollands Pavilion where it is free to park


What should I wear?

Wear either comfortable, loose fitting clothes or stretchy sports leggings. Your clothing should allow you to be able to move freely without restriction


Are there changing facilities at the class venues?

Unfortunately not so please come in your suitable yoga clothes. There are toilets at Great Hollands Pavilion so if needed you can change in the toilets

Why should I go to yoga rather than the gym?

Including yoga in your routine will help to increase your endurance, improve your posture, flexibility and mobility as well as assisting in muscle recovery

Can I practice yoga if I'm pregnant?

Yes, you can practice yoga when you’re pregnant.  Details of my pregnancy yoga classes are here

Do I have to bring any equipment with me?

If you have your own mat please bring it with you (I do have a small number of mats if you don't have your own mat

What else do I need to bring?

Yourself and a bottle of water to keep you hydrated throughout the session. You may also want to bring a blanket for the relaxation part of the class (this is optional but when the body relaxes your temperature drops so for your comfort it is advisable to have warm clothing or a blanket with you for the relaxation part of the class)


Should I take water breaks during the class?

If you body is telling you its thirsty then hydrate.  Your muscles also perform better when hydrated so this is another good reason to take water breaks


Can I practise yoga with an injury or medical condition?

If you have recently had an operation then you will need to be signed off by your doctor to practise yoga.  If you have been signed off following an operation, or if you have an injury or any other limitations then yes by all means come along to practise, please just notify me of any challenges you have so I can modify any postures for you to make sure you get the most out of the class.  Also, listen to your body throughout the class to prevent any further risk of injury