Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to be fit or flexible to do yoga?
I have a medical condition - does this mean that I cannot take part in a class?
Not at all – you will be very welcome. Modifications can be made to postures that enable you to enjoy the class and gain the benefits yoga can bring.
I will ask you to complete a medical questionnaire , and this information will be held in confidence in accordance with Data Protection legislation.
Is yoga suitable for men?
Yes – many men already enjoy and benefit from a regular yoga practice.
Many sportsmen now include yoga as part of their training programme.
When is the best time to start yoga?
Now. Yoga is suitable for everyone – regardless of your age or ability.
What do I need to wear?
It is important to be comfortable so that you can relax and move into each posture, and also to have the space to breathe deeply and comfortably.
No special clothing is needed , a t shirt and some comfortable trousers will be fine.
Please wear an extra layer or fleece and if you have a cosy blanket bring this along for our relaxation practice at the end of class.
Do I need any special equipment?
You can practice yoga anywhere without any equipment.
However a yoga mat is needed to keep your feet stable in standing postures. Yoga mats are provided at all classes, but please feel free to bring your own mat along to class.
I'm feeling a bit shy about coming along on my own?
A warm welcome awaits you. You will be in good company, with like minded people.
Many people come along to a class on their own and make new friends at their class.
I would love to hear from you so if you wish to get in touch please telephone or text on 07710 757841, or alternatively you can send an e mail to email@example.com
I can be contacted between 0800 and 2000 hours Monday to Friday and 0700 and 1600 hours Saturday and Sunday. Alternatively you could send a message via the Dartmoor Yoga Facebook page .
I may be teaching yoga, but will get back to you as soon as possible. I look forward to hearing from you to discuss your yoga requirements.