A warm welcome to my new students!
Please familiarise yourself with the below FAQ before attending your first class. Please note, various studios where I teach at may have additional or different information for new students. I advise you check the respective studio’s website prior to attending for the first time.
I look forward to meeting you!
Frequently asked questions
WHAT TIME SHOULD I ARRIVE?
Please arrive 15 minutes before your very first class, this is important as you will need to complete registration details and process payment (if you have not done so online). After your first visit, 10 minutes early will give you the time and space to stretch and arrive on your mat. Book your session in advance to avoid being turned away if the class is at capacity.
DO I NEED TO BRING ANYTHING?
Please bring your own mat and any props you wish to use in your practice. Some studio locations I teach at have mats and props available for use. please check with me or the studio directly, if your not sure. In some yoga practices, such as my Energising Flow, you can work up quiet a sweat, so I recommend bringing a non slip sweat towel to these sessions.
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
I recommend wearing comfortable clothing you can move in. Yoga is best practiced bare foot. Please remove your shoes when you enter the studio space. You may wish to have some extra layers and socks easily available for Savasana (resting at the end of practice) or if attending classes such as Yin, Yoga Nidra and Meditation Journey.
I’VE HAD AN INJURY IN THE PAST, CAN I PRACTICE YOGA?
Yes, however you should speak to your physician first. Make sure you advise me (or any other teacher) of your condition so appropriate adjustments and alternatives can be suggested to ensure a safe and enjoyable practice. those with current or past injuries should speak with their physician first.
WHAT PROCESSES ARE IN PLACE FOR REDUCING COVID-19?
As part of Phase 4 of The WA roadmap, a COVID Safety Plan has been completed. It is requested that you practice good hygiene and physical distancing while attending a class. If you are unwell, or are suffering flu like symptoms, please do not attend the class. It is highly encouraged that you bring your own mat and other props to class (I am not currently supplying mats). On arrival to class, please set your mat up 1.5m apart from others (from the centre of the mat). Hand sanitiser will be made available for use upon entering and leaving from class.