If you have a yoga or pilates mat that's great - bring it along. If you don't I have some spares you can borrow while you decided if the class is right for you. People often go on to buy their own mat after a few sessions. I provide all other equipment such as belts or blocks when required.
I suggest comfortable clothing that allows full range of movement. Joggers and T Shirt are fine Just make sure clothing isn't so loose that it will ride up or fall over your head in forward bends! Definitely bring some warm clothing such as socks and a fleecy top or even a blanket for the breathing and relaxation sections. Its amazing how much you will cool down in the final part of the class!
No. My classes are usually "Drop In" so there's no need to book. However if a particular class or venue gets really busy that can change but there will be a notification next to the session in the "Classes" section.
If it's a minor issue make sure you let me know at the beginning of the class so I can decide if we need to modify some practices for you. If you have a serious or chronic health issue or have had recent surgery please contact me before coming along as I may suggest that you speak to your GP or consultant first. Your safety is my primary concern.
No. You should go to a specialist class specifically for Pregnancy Yoga. if you cant find a class do contact me and I'll give you the details of local teachers who run these sessions.