If you have questions, I might have answers! I have created this Frequently Asked Questions page for you. And should you have any more demands along your journey, I highly encourage you to keep in touch with me.
You will need a yoga mat, some blocks, a bottle of water and a blanket if you have one. The best is also to dress in comfortable clothing in which you can move freely and sweat in.
In general, you do not need much more space than your mat size.
However, I would highly advise you to create a dedicated space, a dedicated environment if you have the possibility. Doing so means more commitment to yoga and self-care overall.
This is entirely up to you. Switching the camera on is not mandatory, but it is highly recommended. I suggest you keep your camera on so I can follow you, give you feedback and potentially give alternatives. Please be aware that you will never be recorded!
It is preferable not to interrupt the course. I will always be available afterwards to answer your questions.
NO! It is a common misconception that in order to practice yoga, you must be flexible and strong. In every class, we will practice a number of aspects, including the body, breath, mind, and spirit. Strength and flexibility are often a side-effect of a dedicated yoga practice but they are by no means a pre-requisite to access my yoga classes. I do my best to make my classes are accessible, safe and inclusive of everyone.
Practising yoga at home by yourself might increase your doubts about if you are doing things right or not.
It’s important to remember that our bodies and bone shapes are all different. In yoga, there is no “right” way, and there is no failure. It is just about listening to our body and do what fits best for us on this specific day.
While yoga is a great form of exercise during pregnancy, I warmly suggest you inform me of it beforehand. Below are some of the precautions that you should take into consideration: avoid twisting, inversions, pranayama, and abdominal strengthening poses.