Follow Us:

Anusara Yoga Classes FAQ

How much is the class?

£8 drop in or you can buy a 6 series card for £42. The card is valid for 12 months.

Private classes are charged at £40/hr or £55/hr and a half. There will be additional charges if I need to hire a studio and if I need to drive more than 10 miles from St. Agnes.

Is there parking?

The St Agnes class has plenty of free parking in a public carpet located opposite the Wellbeing studios.

I am new to yoga, is the class suitable?

My classes are suitable for beginners with a reasonable level of fitness or anyone with previous yoga experience.

I have an injury, can I come to a yoga class?

One the great things about yoga is that you can come along with an injury, in fact you may even find that yoga helps! However I would suggest that you ring me before hand or come along a few minutes early so that we can discuss your injury.

I am pregnant can I come?

This class is not suitable for pregnant students in their first trimester. You are welcome to come along after your first trimester up to 30 weeks as long as you are have dome some yoga before. But why not try my pregnancy class?

What shall I wear?

Loose, comfortable clothes. Jogging bottoms or leggings are good.

Do I need to bring any equipment?

I have spares of everything but if you have a yoga mat please bring it with you.

Is there an age limit?

No. However if you are planning on bringing a child please also bring a book or some colouring in so that if they decide not to participate in the class they have got something that they can quietly do in the room.

I don’t understand the difference between all these styles of yoga?

Historically yoga poses were only practised as an aid to meditation. The poses that were practised were called “Hatha Yoga.” So pretty much any yoga class is going to be “hatha yoga.” Vinyasa yoga means flowing with the breath so again, most yoga classes will have elements of vinyasa. More recently well known teachers who have gathered a large following have labelled their particular style of yoga hence: “Anusara yoga,” “Iyengar yoga,” “Ashtanga yoga,” or “Bikram yoga.” Although these labels may give you an idea of what to expect in a class generally I would advise to ignore these labels and just find a teacher that you resonate with.

Copyright © 2015 All Rights Reserved