Yoga Somerset - classes and individual tuition in Street - FAQs

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Answers to some questions you may have about my Yoga classes

At present all my classes are online

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Yes. The classes are aimed at a mixture of beginners and intermediate level students, with modifications offered for those who need them.

The practice of the poses (asanas), breathing exercises (pranayama), and especially the relaxation aspects of the class can all contribute to relieving stress and tension.

The Wednesday morning class at the Crispin Community Centre is a drop-in class with no need to book.

I have a few yoga mats available to lend out for a yoga session, but of course you can bring your own mat if you have one.

Call, text or email me to check whether I have a space; once you are booked in, you will be expected to attend unless I receive a minimum of 24 hours notice of cancellation.

If you haven’t given notice of cancellation, you will be required to pay the class fee.

Yes. Some people like to buy several sessions as a gift, but it’s also fine to buy one session to see whether the recipient likes it before committing to more.

Yes. Visitors are very welcome to attend, but please note that classes at my house need to be booked in advance; you would need to check that I have spaces available.

Yes. As with most yoga classes, the majority of students attending are women, but there are also some regular male students.

The maximum number of students attending classes in my house is 4, due to limited space; at the Crispin Centre, numbers currently range from 4 to 10.

The classes are suitable for and comprise people of all ages, and there are a number of older people who attend; indeed, my oldest student is coming up to 83!

Regular practice of yoga combined with a sensible eating plan can aid with stabilising the body and help to reduce cravings.

As often as you like, but 2 to 3 times a week, for a minimum of 20 minutes a session would be a good aim.

The roots of yoga come from ancient Indian holy texts (The Vedas). No particular religious belief is required to practise yoga, but it can be viewed as a spiritual practice. 

Do get in touch if you have any questions about these classes - online or face to face, or about Yoga generally, I will be pleased to help.