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Beginners Yoga

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If you're new to yoga - a very special welcome! We absolutely love welcoming new people and you will find us all super friendly.

Here's a quick guide to Yoga forms:-
Aerial Yoga - a deeply nourishing practice that uses a hammock to support, either fully or partially, your weight whilst working on traditional yoga postures.

Ashtanga Yoga - the most energetic form of yoga that builds flexibility, strength, balance and cardiovascular health, as well as cultivating a calm mind. Poses are held for 5 breaths. We have a full Ashtanga yoga programme from beginner to advanced. If this class appeals choose the beginner Ashtanga yoga class

Vinyasa Yoga - a gently flowing class that links postures through flowing movements. Our beginners Vinyasa Yoga course starts on 15th February.

Relaxation Hatha - a slow-moving gentle class with gentle poses held for several minutes. This class is focused on relaxation.

Yin - a slow and gentle class that holds poses for longer than the other forms of yoga. This class is focused on relaxation.

Aerial Yoga (Tuesday 6pm, Thursday 6pm, Friday 4:30pm)
Yin: Mondays 6pm
Ashtanga Beginner friendly: Mondays & Tuesdays 7:30pm
Vinyasa Yoga: Wednesdays 7:30pm
Relaxation Hatha: Thursdays 7:15pm

Take a look at the descriptions on the links below to help you choose. If you need more help choosing pop me an email or Facebook message.

What should I wear to the class?

Something you are comfortable stretching in, for example leggings or shorts and a t-shirt or vest top. For Aerial yoga we recommend a t-shirt rather than a vest top.

Remember your warm socks and a jumper in cooler weather for your relaxation at the end of class.

Do I need any equipment?

For your first class you are welcome to borrow one of our communal mats, but we ask that if you decide you like yoga (we hope so!) then you buy a mat because this is more hygienic.

We have mats for sale at the studio for £24 and you can generally buy them online and at TK Maxx.

Do I need trainers?

No, we practice yoga bare footed.

What should I do when I arrive for my first class?

Take your shoes off and leave them in the storage spaces and head to the studio room. The teacher will spot that you are new and will come and say hi and have a chat with you, make you feel welcome and let you know what to do.

Do you have parking?

You can park on the roads outside Mandala for evening classes. You can park at B&M Bargains at the top of the road for daytime classes, they have free parking for 90minutes for their customers, so just remember to make a purchase from B&M before or after the class.

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