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Yoga Ethics & Policies

Yoga starts with Yama (ethical discipline & moral attitude) and Niyama (self-discipline)
 

ATTENDANCE TO CLASSES REQUIRES PAYMENT OR A PASS. Casual rate cash payment will be required for your class if you do not have your pass or a receipt for online payment.

EXPIRED PASSES ARE NOT ACCEPTED. Your pass is open to all our classes so you can make up missed classes.

KEEP YOUR VOICE DOWN when waiting in the corridor. Students in class will be in Savasana

ARRIVE ON TIME to set up for your practice (5 minutes early or more if you need to make a payment)

NO SHOES TAKE YOUR SHOES OFF WHEN YOU ENTER. Place your belongings on shelves.

NO MOBILES IN THE YOGA SPACE. If you have a mobile switch it off or leave it in the car. For the benefits of our students we endeavour to create a peaceful environment and a clean space for our yoga practice. Pollution comes in many ways, one of them is mobile phones.

SETTLE ON YOUR MAT QUIETLY so as not to disturb students already settled on their mats. Refrain from flapping your mats or dropping equipment.

CLEAN FEET. If you perspire profusely and are using our yoga mat, please bring a towel to place on the mat during sitting poses. For hygiene we recommend having your own mat.

AVOID PERFUME. It can be disturbing to some students and those allergic to strong smell and in particular in pregnancy classes.

SAFETY AVOID MOISTURISING cream on your skin, specifically on hands and feet.

PRACTICE ON AN EMPTY STOMACH. A minimum of 4 hours should be allowed after a full meal. Pregnant students may have a small snack (fruit, crackers) if they need to 1 hr before class.

WEAR COMFORTABLE CLOTHES but not baggy.

AVOID NECKLACES as they can interfere with inverted poses.

REFRAIN FROM SMOKING OR CONSUMING ALCOHOL before you class. One aspect of yoga is about cleanliness and detoxification, not only will it help you with your practice but also it will keep your yoga space free of unpleasant odours that can disturb other students.

AVOID DRINKING during the class, this cools down your body and interferes with your energy. Hydrate before and after the class.

MENSTRUATION. Inverted poses are not recommended during this time and best to rest during the first days. 

REPLACE THE EQUIPMENT NEATLY so you and other students can find them in right place and shape ready for practice.

REGULAR AND CONSISTENT PRACTICE will help you build your understanding of yoga. It will ensure progress and benefits. It is better to attend weekly than having a sporadic practice and have to start from scratch each time.

Thank you and enjoy your class!