Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What should I wear?
A: Clothes should be comfortable and allow a free range of movement. Dress in layers so that you will be warm during 'deep relaxation' and after

Q: Do I need to bring anything?
A: Yoga mats and cushions are available but it is advisable that you bring your own mat for extra comfort. You may also bring your own cushion for sitting. We have Yoga mats for sale at the centre.

Q: Can I eat before a class?
A: It is recommended that you do not eat at least 2 hours prior to class. Also, avoid drinking for at least 1/2 hour before class

Q: What about if I have an injury?
A: If you have any physical challenges or something that you think might hinder your yoga practice please let the teacher know so that you can be assisted in adapting the postures to your individual needs if necessary.

Q: Will I be able to cope?
A: The most important thing is that you only do what you feel you can safely do.

Q: What is the format of the class? What to Expect?
The Integral Yoga® system of Hatha Yoga is pre-dominantly concerned with the physical development, through Asanas (posture), Pranayama (breath control), Mudras (energy locks), Kriyas (cleansing techniques), yogic diet and deep relaxation.
This creates a strong, supple and relaxed body, increases vitality, radiant health and helping in curing illnesses and addictions. Hatha Yoga is not only a wonderful tool to reduce stress above all it is designed to help the body, emotions and mind to return to their natural state of good health and balance.
An Integral Yoga® Hatha class offers a beautifully integrated experience, including many of the traditional yoga practices. Classes are really moving meditations, where form in each asana is important, but the primary focus is on being present and being open to experiencing the joy and vitality ever present within ourselves.

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