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Tips for new students
- If you have never practiced yoga before, we advice you to start with a beginners class or all levels class. If you are interested in a quiet, non dynamic class, than yin yoga is something for you. If you want to combine quiet deep stretch with a dynamic part, than you can choose for yin and yang yoga. Mindful yoga focusses more on the meditative practice of yoga poses. This yoga style is also ideal when your recover from an injury and for seniors. In hatha yoga we practice the yoga poses separately and give lots of attention to the breath. If you are looking for a dynamic beginners class, you can try easyflow or ashtanga basics or core flow.
- You can take a trial class for 5 euro.
- You don’t have to make a reservation to join a class. Just come 15 minutes before class the first time so that we have sufficient time to explain everything.
- You can start whenever you want since we don’t work with class series but with levels.
- You can use a yoga mat from our studio. However, if you practice yoga for a longer time, it’s better to use your own mat for hygienic purposes.
- Wear light sports clothes or other comfortable stretchable clothing.
- Classes are done on bare feet.
- Do not eat any heavy meals 2 hours before class.
- Drink sufficient water before class.
- Bring a small towel.
- Make sure your phone is on silent.
- Be on time so that you can start a class in a relaxed way and you do not disturb other people by walking in late.
- If you are injured or have another health issue, make sure to pass by a doctor first.
- Let the teacher know before the class if you have any health issues.
- Inform the teacher immediately when you are pregnant.
- Always inform the teacher about changes in your health situation.
Follow these basic principles
- Yoga is no competition. One of the basic principles of yoga is accepting your limitations.
- Move slowly and with full attention.
- Never hurry or force yourself.
- Stop and take a break when needed.
- You will notice that you make more progress if you stay within your own limits.