How do I pay for classes?
Most classes are paid for in 6 week blocks. There is a drop- in option also (pay as you go). It is possible to join a class mid-way through a block and pay the pro-rata rate for the appropriate number of sessions left in that block.
What happens if I pay for a block but can’t make it to a class one week?
I understand that people lead busy lives and so I offer the opportunity for anyone that misses a session at their own class to catch up at another class at any time during that 6 week period so long as they just let me know first.
How many people attend each class?
Most of my classes have around 6-8 students.
Are the classes friendly? Will I feel out of my depth?
I like to get to know everyone at my classes and I aim to teach in such a way that students get to know each other . Yoga classes should be friendly and fun and not competitive and unfriendly. If you can breathe you can do yoga – size, age and fitness do not matter. I encourage everyone to try yoga to see for themselves its many benefits.
What shall I bring to class?
I have a few spare mats for people to borrow when they start so be sure to ask to borrow one before the start day so I know to bring one along. I encourage students to buy a mat for their practice eventually. A blanket is useful to bring for the relaxation time at the end of class but a warm jumper or fleece is okay for relaxation too. Bring water if you wish to.
What else do I need to know?
Please do bring water to drink into class if you want to. If you need to eat before the class, then make it a small meal rather than a big one.
Mobile phones should be turned off during class. If possible please turn up to class a few minutes early ready for a prompt start. If late, students should enter very quietly so as not to disturb fellow students.
Call Tanya on 0779 6895942 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for a chat or information about joining a class anytime.