Frequently asked questions
Wear comfortable clothes that helps you stretch and practice without having to fix clothing while being in an asana (posture).
Bring everything you need for your yoga practice – yoga mat, props like (blocks, blankets, strap) if you intend to use, water bottle.
No. We can always start your practice with Yoga Basics and progress from beginner to advanced gradually.
You listen to your body and take rest. This is the beauty of yoga practice, the intention is to be stronger and flexible by being in tune with our own self.
You can practice anytime. The morning is a great time to practice; you wake up stiff from the night, so opening up your body with some yoga sets you up nicely for the day. In the evening, yoga can be a nice way to de-stress and unwind. In the afternoon it can be a great way to release fatigue and re-energize. Basically, it comes down to whenever you can fit yoga in, that’s the right time for you!
You should have an empty stomach during a yoga session, so have at least 2 hours between a main meal and yoga. Digestion of food requires energy and when you do yoga after a meal, your energy goes to the muscles you are exercising, and the body can’t digest the food properly. It is not healthy and won’t feel good to practice yoga on a full stomach. If this is difficult, a cup of tea/coffee/milk or nuts may be taken before practice.
Please contact me with your details and goals.
Yes. You can. As a rule of thumb – anyone who can breathe, can do yoga!
Yes. Yoga is beyond asanas (postures). We can always modify and formulate what works for your needs. Mudras, Pranayama (Breath work), Meditation, yoga gives us many tools that one can apply based on their needs.
Many people practice yoga as a way to manage their health conditions. There are many different types of practice which suits different health needs and can also be adapted and modified for injuries. However, if you have medical condition or an injury, you should consult a medical practitioner before starting any exercise including yoga.
First of all, consult your doctor. You should consult a medical practitioner before attempting any exercise including yoga, to ensure that you do not injure yourself. If you have never done yoga before, the general recommendation is to not start during the first three months of pregnancy, since your body isn’t used to it. If you are a regular practitioner, you can continue by choosing the appropriate style of practice.