Frequently Asked Questions
What should I wear?
Any comfortable loose or stretchy clothing is fine. Yoga is generally practised without socks on but it is nice to bring some warm clothes etc. to put on at the end of class for the relaxation.
What should I bring with me?
Please bring your own mat and a blanket that you can use for support when sitting or in the yoga poses and to cover yourself during relaxation.
I’m not very flexible. Can I still do yoga?
Yes, yoga is for everyone. You will find that you can still get a lot out of a yoga class even if you can’t touch your toes. Yoga is not like gymnastics, it is not about creating a very flexible body, although that may be a result of continued practice, the most important thing is to develop your awareness of your body and ultimately of yourself.
Rebecca James Yoga Links
The Special Yoga Centre, a London based charity providing yoga classes for adults, children and teenagers and children with special needs
The Birthlight Trust, an educational charity that promotes an integrated, holistic approach to pregnancy, birth and babyhood
The International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre, London. Founded by Swami Vishnudevananda
The Yoga Journal for Yoga Poses, yoga lifestyle, health and yoga, yoga wisdom, yoga community, yoga conferences and yoga video.
Innergy Yoga - a "form deep in the essence of Hatha Yoga as it uses 'breath' as the catalyst for the union of mind, physical body and emotional body".
Babiesknow.com - A leading parenting program based on cutting edge science and intuition focusing on the first 1500 days of life, from conception. Making life fun and simple for parents and children.
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