Clothing and equipment
We practice in any comfortable clothing and bare footed. You would need to have your yoga mat, and a blanket for the final relaxation. Please ask for advice on any other props, or feel free to use any that you already know is helpful to you.
For Zoom classes you need Zoom application installed on your computer or tablet, and a space at your home that is wide enough to have your yoga mat there, and not collide with any furniture when you stand at the middle of your yoga mat and spread your arms in all directions.
For in-vivo classes, when they reopen, we will all need to abide the Covid rules of the date, to keep the practice safe for benefit of all. Face cover may be required, and yes it is possible to feel comfortable with them if needed.
Cost / Investment / Exchange
£65 per hour. A discount of 20% available for a block of 4 classes. People mostly take only one private session before joining the group class, but you are welcome to take a series of one to one session or join the group class straightaway if you practiced Yoga already.
Regular Online Classes
For 75min classes:
£12.50 pay-as-you-go class / £11.50 within a block ticket / £11 within a term ticket
For 60min classes:
£10.50 pay-as-you-go class / £9.50 within a block ticket / £9 within a term ticket
Block ticket can be bought for any 4 or more consecutive classes, a week ahead before starting with the block of classes, and subject to availability of spaces.
Term tickets are available for each of 4 terms throughout the year. The next term is the Spring Term, which starts on 18th April 2022. If you would like to receive the early bird offers, please send a request to join Yoga with Mairi mailing list.
Regular Hall Classes
Prices vary depending on the space and location.
Starting from £15 for pay-as-you-go fee, with block tickets usually available
For special class and workshops please check the price on the event page.
Other important information
It is advisable to practice yoga on an empty stomach, yet it is important not to be starving during your practice either. Yoga is all about good balance! So ideally try not to eat in the two hours before the practice, while making sure you had a good meal or a snack before that, so that you have enough energy during your practice. Eating after yoga is delicious, particularly if you eat life-affirming food, mindfully and slowly.
If you have any chronic conditions, please check with your GP if it’s safe for you to practice in a general class. If you have an acute illness or injury, rest is the best! (along with any medical treatment if necessary).
To find what people say about the classes, you can check out the Testimonials.
If you would like to book a class please send a message using this contact form.
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