Yoga Classes FAQs

Preparation

Can I attend a Yoga class if I am late?
No this is not possible. Please arrive on time! The doors close 5 minutes before class begins. If you arrive after class begins we won’t be able to let you into the session.

What will I need to bring? What shall I wear.
Please bring along a Yoga mat to all Yoga classes, wear loose light comfortable clothing for exercise, and wear layers  If you are new to Yoga we suggest buying an inexpensive Yoga mat. Take a look –  “10 reasons why you need to bring your own Yoga mat – read here

Can I do Yoga when I am menstruating?
Depending on your body, you are welcome to attend Yoga. Some students prefer not to attend Yoga for the first few days of their menstrual cycle; this is an individual choice for each person.  As always, it is important to be respectful to your body, and trust what is right for you as an individual.

Can I do Yoga if I have an injury?
Please ask for advice from your GP, (the same applies if you obtain injuries during a Yoga term -seek approval from your GP), always inform your teacher of any ailments and injuries and the advice given from a medical professional.

Can I get changed for my Yoga class at the venue?
There are two toilets at the studio which you can use to change in.

Is there somewhere safe to place my belongings.
There’s no locker facilities, but there is somewhere to place your bag and coat. Bring in limited items, the studio is locked, but we can’t responsibility for any valuables or any items that you bring with you.

Is there parking?
There is on street City Centre car parking take a look here. Most of the teachers use the Ringo App, saves you rummaging around for coins. for the NCP car parks take a look at the options here.

Where can I leave my bike?
There’s no room to bring your bike into the buildings, but check here for the nearest hub.

  • Register online and create an account, if you prefer to pay via cash, please email in advance.
  • Check the timetable and prices here
  • Arrive 5 to 10 minutes early to class
  • Please bring along your own Yoga mat, or hire a mat for £1

Do I have to become a member to join a class?
No. Becoming a Bahia Yoga member is just the process of creating an account (you can use email and password or link in via your Facebook login), signing the disclaimer/waiver, and buying your class pass or ‘membership’. There is no membership charge associated with this beyond which ever class pass (referred to as ‘membership’) that you choose to buy.

Do I have to answer all the questions on the form?
If you have time yes it helps us to tailor the class to you and highlights any areas we can help you with. If the questions don’t apply to, just skip or simply write N/A.

Do I really have to sign up and book online?
Yes please. If want to pay by cash, create your online account first, and sign the waiver and drop us an email in advance, before arranging to pay via cash. Please don’t turn up the studio without having registered online first, and receiving an email confirming it is OK to come in.

Paying Online with Go-Cardless.
Once you have registered your class, you will be asked to create a payment online via GoCardless. It does not require your credit or debit card details. GoCardless works via a system where you give an instruction to your bank.This is called a one off direct debit, processed via GoCardless, a one off single payment direct from your bank.There is no roll-on, and once the class credits have been used within the allotted time frame, a new payment will need to be set up by you.  Here is a link explaining how easy GoCardless is to use.

Which Yoga class?

What type of Yoga is taught at Bahia Yoga in Nottingham?
Firstly read this post here -10 ways Bahia Yoga does things differently – click here.
The Levels of Yoga explained – take a look here.

All classes follow the application of Vinyasa Krama which means there is a sequence and build up and cool down for the main postures in class. The main focus on all classes is working with the breath. Concentrating on correct and safe alignment within the postures. Yoga is not competitive, unlike other activities; you can view Yoga as a lifelong companion. It can be adapted and changed with the various stages to fit with your lifestyle.

Who can attend the Yoga Workshops?
Yoga Workshops are open to various levels of ability. Please check that the Workshop you are interested in is suitable for your level of ability. Workshops will help you to delve a little deeper into the poses and gives more time for Q&A.

Yoga Class FAQs

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