Frequently asked questions about private yoga classes

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How long is a yoga class?

Typically 60 or 90 minutes. Longer sessions are available.

Where in London do the yoga lessons take place?

Sessions take place either at at our studio in Walthamstow, east London or at your home or office. We cover all of the central London area including Chelsea, Belgravia, Notting Hill, Kensington, Soho etc

Are private yoga classes expensive?

Absolutely not. We want you to love yoga as much as we do and we want to help you to get the most from your yoga journey. We offer a range of packages to suit all budgets. Contact us to find out more. 

Can I share a yoga class with some friends?

Absolutely. We will teach up to two people for our usual fee. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

How often should I practice yoga?

Classes can be fitted around your schedule. We recommend you have a minimum of one session with us every two to four weeks.

I'm out of shape and not flexible, are private yoga classes suitable for me?

Yoga is for everyone. Private sessions are the best way for a beginner to learn yoga. From the first session you will get tailored instruction and feel confident to practice at home supported by a recording of our class to reinforce your learning.

I've practiced yoga before. Will private classes help me?

Private classes are the ideal way to develop and deepening your existing practice and to learn new techniques.

I am a beginner to yoga. Can I have a private yoga lesson?

Private Yoga classes are the best way to start learning Yoga if you are a beginner.  You will receive personalised tuition tailored specifically to your needs. Individualised tuition will ensure that you quickly master the basics of Yoga: breathing and good alignment.

What do I need to practice yoga by myself?

The only thing that you need is a Yoga mat. Prices for these vary but we can give you advice on what mats are suitable for you. Depending upon your ability you may also require a Yoga strap and a block.  We can advise you about what to buy.

I have an injury or disability. Can I still practice yoga?

Yoga is for everyone. We specialise in adapting the Yoga practice to meet your unique needs.  If you have an injury or a disability we will work with you, and with your doctor if necessary, to develop a fun and enjoyable Yoga practice that is suitable for you.

I am pregnant/recently gave birth – is Yoga safe for me?

Pregnancy is a special time for your body. We recommend that, unless you have been practicing Yoga regularly for five years, you should seek out a specialist pregnancy Yoga teacher. You can start Yoga practice six months after you have given birth. This gives your body time to heal after the birth.


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