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FAQ

1. Do I need to be flexible to practice yoga? 
No, not at all. At Oaktree Yoga we welcome all type of bodies – those who are very bendy and those who can’t touch their toes. All that matters is that you come with an open heart and open mind. 

2. I have an injury, can I practice yoga? 
Generally speaking, yoga is an excellent way to support the body in its healing process. However every body is different and we ask you contact us at oaktreeyog9at)yahoo.co.uk to discuss this matter in more detail. 

3. I am pregnant, can I practice yoga? 
Yes! - We would ask however that you attend the classes specifically designed for pregnant women. These pregnancy yoga classes run on Saturdays at the Chapel on the Hill. If you would like further information or to book your space, please do not hesitate to contact Kimberly on 07789 742017 or via e-mail on oaktreeyog9at)yahoo.co.uk.

4. I don’t have a yoga mat, can I still attend class? 
In order to practice yoga, you will need a yoga mat. You can borrow a yoga mat through us if you do not have one but will need to reserve one before attending the class. Please e-mail us at oaktreeyog(at)yahoo.co.uk for further details. 

 

5. What do I need to do to prepare for a class?

Please come dressed in comfortable work-out attire as  changing facilities are limited. Layers are best, as your body temperature changes throughout your practice. Be prepared to work in bare feet.
We provide some mats for you to borrow, but we encourage you to purchase your own. Your mat is an important tool and a symbol of commitment to your practice. You can buy a mat through us. Please e-mail us at oaktreeyog(at)yahoo.co.uk for further details.
Avoid practicing with a full stomach, and drink plenty of water before class to remain hydrated through your practice.

6. I’ve still got some questions! 
No worries, you can e-mail us at oaktreeyoga@yahoo.co.uk or call Kimberly on 07789 742017. We’ll do our best to answer any questionsyou might have. 
Go up!

‘The art and science of asking questions is the source of all knowledge’. Thomas Berger