I don't think I'll be able to do yoga as I'm really inflexible.

All the more reason to come along!  You don't have to be able to touch your toes to come to a yoga class but you might just find that after attending for a while your toes won't seem so far away...

What should I wear?

Comfortable clothing that you are able to move freely in.  Leggings or shorts and a T-shirt are ideal (rather than big baggy trousers) as it is helpful to be able to see what's happening with your legs and feet.  It's a good idea to bring extra layers for later on in the class during relaxation.

What do I need to bring?

Yoga Central Plus is fully equipped so you only need to bring yourself, unless you prefer to use your own mat.

The Stoke Row village hall is not equipped so you will need to bring your own yoga mat and if you have any yoga blocks, bring them too.  I have a few spares available to borrow to begin with.

I have a medical condition/injury/am pregnant.  Can I still attend?

Whilst these classes are suitable for most people there are some illnesses that need more specific attention and therefore I would recommend attending a remedial class.  

Most poses can be adapted for common injuries and illnesses but it is best to contact me to discuss these things before attending class.

These classes are not suitable for pregnancy and you will need to attend pregnancy specific classes.  Please contact me for details of pregnancy yoga classes.