This page is for participants ALREADY ENROLLED in the current 6-week beginners course. If you are THINKING OF ENROLLING in the 6-week Unlimited Beginners Course for the first time, CLICK HERE for information on the course and to ENROL.
For students currently enrolled in the course, this page here provides you with –
Class 1 – Introduction to Outcome and Learning Process
Class 2 – Standing Poses
Class 3 – Backbends and Seated & Supine Twists
Class 4 – Core Poses and Hip-Openers
Class 5 – Balance Poses and Forward Bends
Class 6 – Introduction to Inversions, Revisiting Twists, and Foundation to Meditation
Classes start and finish on time. Please arrive 10-15 minutes prior to class to allow the Instructor time for registration. There is a lot to be covered in each class, hence “starting on time” means being on your mat with all your equipment ready to start (not walking through the door at the appointed time). Kindly note, to support practitioners and the teacher, we have a closed-door policy, ie the teacher locks the door 5 minutes past the start time.
For first time students, we recommend that you complete our New Student Registration Form before attending your first class. We also recommend you arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your first class.
Kindly switch off or set your mobile phone to silent before entering the space. Please leave your mobile and personal items inside the designated locker room located towards your left when you walk in the door. No personal items and shoes are allowed on the practise floor – this is to allow you and your fellow participants unobstructed use of space when you move.
Hydrate yourself before and after class. It is not recommended to have a full meal directly prior to class.
1. Wear something light, comfortable and fitted (not baggy). Singlets, leggings and normal gym wear will suffice. What is important is for you to feel comfortable moving without clothing disrupting your practice.
2. Yoga practise is done barefoot. Kindly leave your socks and shoes in the locker area.
3. All mats and props are provided for at the studio. If you have sensitive knees (when kneeling, or on hands and knees), double up your mat. If you are particular about using your own yoga mat, bring your own mat.
Please note: We require that you wear appropriate clothing. You may be refused entry to any of our classes if you are not appropriately attired. For example, we do not allow transparent (see-through) leggings or pants, or bikinis.
If you have any history of injury, illness, or anything about your health we should know about, PLEASE INFORM YOUR INSTRUCTOR BEFORE CLASS. Kindly note that yoga practise is not a substitute for therapy or medication, hence if you have any pre-existing condition, including pregnancy, injury, history of illness, surgery, or any other symptoms which may affect your health or the safety of your practise, please consult your GP or health care provider prior to commencing practise.
PRACTISE AT YOUR OWN PACE. You can come down to downward facing dog pose or active child’s pose (two alternative resting postures), at any time.
Every asana (posture) also has a simpler variation. Speak to the instructor after class, if you needed an easier variation in class. It is important for us to know our classes support your needs.