WHAT TO WEAR?- Loose easy to breathe clothes. No jeans … No tights … No tight T-s either!! During class please keep aside any jewellery that may bind your blood circulation during practice.

HOW MUCH GAP SHOULD THERE BE BETWEEN MEALS & YOGA? – Typically allow approx. 2 hours digestion after a light meal or allow 3 - 4 hours digestion after a heavy meal.

WHAT TO BRING TO CLASS? - A yoga mat, a towel, a water bottle and a blanket if possible. If you do not have a mat, bring along a big beach towel for your 1st class & then decide if you want to invest in a mat & other props!! For prenatal and postnatal classes, please bring along a block and a pillow in addition.

WHAT NOT TO DO? - Being mindful yoga way ~ - Please do not wear any strong perfumes or perfumed make-up as it may bother your classmates as well as you. - Refrain from smoking before coming to class. - Please enter the class without disturbing others.

WHEN TO ARRIVE ? - Come at least 10-15 minutes early for your first class and at least 5 mins before the rest. It helps you settle in and the class can start on time.

HOW MANY CLASSES ARE RECOMMENDED? - We suggest you to attend at least 2 classes per week to see some noticeable progress in a month or two. Attending more is always beneficial for you.

WHAT DO THE SANSKRIT TERMS for Yoga Poses MEAN? AND DO WE HAVE TO MEMORIZE THEM IN YOUR CLASS? – Don’t stress or worry about it one bit. As you attend your classes regularly, these terms will fall on your ears almost effortlessly. And NO, you don’t have to memorize them at all. The instructor mentions the English equivalent always. Just remember these at first until you feel ready to explore your Sanskrit language skills. What’s the hurry anyway? It’s all about the patience when you explore the yoga within You!


!! SOME HELPFUL TIPS !!

TO HELP SERVE YOU BETTER !! - On your initial visit to our group class, please notify of any special medical conditions or have recently injured or had a surgery to your yoga instructor before the class begins. We will respect your privacy, so please don't hesitate to mention!!

NO COMPETITION PLEASE !! - There is no competition within the class and especially with yourself. So please don't force yourself into any of the postures. Listen to your body and respect your body limits. The key to success is regular practice and you will be there soon!!

SOME MORE ADVICE !! - Be consistent. Don't judge yourself or others. Smile & have patience and yoga will be fun. Follow the teacher's advice on what postures to practice at home on other days!! You may want to try a class before signing up for a package.

DISCLAIMER - YOGA WHEN DONE CORRECTLY UNDER THE RIGHT GUIDANCE IS ABSOLUTELY SAFE AND HELPS PREVENT DISEASES. HOWEVER IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT YOU SPEAK WITH YOUR HEALTH CARE PROVIDER BEFORE STARTING ANY CLASS. YOGA IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE TO ANY ONGOING MEDICAL TREATMENT AND IT IS UP TO YOUR DOCTOR TO DECIDE WHAT IS BEST FOR YOU. WE LOOK FORWARD TO GIVING YOU THE BEST QUALITY OF YOGA INSTRUCTION WITH CONSIDERATION YOUR SAFETY FIRST ALWAYS.

“It was character that got us out of bed, commitment that moved us into action and discipline that enabled us to follow through.” - Zig Ziglar