FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHEN AND WHERE ARE CLASSES?
Group classes are at Hatzionut 147, Haifa:
- Sunday 19.30
- Tuesday 18.30
Private classes are booked at a time to suit you.
HOW LONG ARE CLASSES?
Group classes are 75 minutes, and private classes are 1 hour.
DO I NEED TO BRING THINGS TO CLASS?
We have yoga mats, blocks and straps available at no cost. Simply turn up in some comfortable clothing (not jeans!) and you're ready to go.
HOW DO I BOOK?
To book a class, please send me a message on the day of the class to let me know you're coming. You can find the contact details on this website.
WHAT IF I CAN'T COME?
There is free cancellation up to 3 hours before class starts. After 3 hours you will still have to pay, unless you have monthly unlimited membership, or if there was a serious emergency.
I'M NOT FLEXIBLE, WILL I BE OK?
Nobody starts yoga flexible, so don't worry about it. Each class is adapted to the group I see in front of me, so the level will be sure to fit you.
I'VE NEVER TRIED YOGA BEFORE, CAN I COME?
Of course! We all have to start somewhere, and yoga is very little about being able to 'do' the poses, but about learning how our bodies move, and how to be kind to ourself as we open ourselves to new possibilities, physically and mentally.
IS YOGA A SPORT?
The Asana yoga practise we do together is a physical activity, but yoga itself is a philosophy and mostly a spiritual practise. Coming to a class is a light way to engage with the tradition, and see what it holds. Maybe for some it just feels like breathing and stretching, but if you open yourself to it, there are many more benefits it can also bring.
WHAT IS VINYASA YOGA?
Vinyasa is a great style of yoga if you're new to yoga, or if you've tried other styles. It is adaptable to how you're feeling; it can be dynamic or slow, it includes different poses every time, so you can see what feels best for you, and it is engaging and fun.
DO YOU HOLD WORKSHOPS AND RETREATS?
Yes, we hold both! Look through the blog posts to see more information on beautiful things we've done in the past, and keep up to date with upcoming events.