B.K.S. Iyengar

Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured, and edure what cannot be cured

Things you may want to know

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Gypsea yoga provides all props and mats, you just need to bring a towel, water and a willingness to relax.

Clean comfortable, form fitting clothes that allow you to bend, stretch and move. We live in a Muslim village and out of respect for their culture please do not wear short shorts and cover your shoulders (a sarong will suffice).

Yes, there are.

  • Please remove your shoes outside of the studio.
  • Please turn your phone off and leave it with your belongings before entering the room.
  • As yoga is a cleansing of the mind and body, personal hygiene is vital when attending a yoga class. Try to shower before class and use a deodorant.
  • At Gypsea Yoga, we want everyone to feel included and safe, therefore, the number one rule is – Be Kind. Say hello to your neighbour and help them feel welcome.

Great, now is a good time to start. Gypsea yoga is an intimate, accepting and compassionate studio. Our classes treat each student individually and will guide you on your yoga journey.

Online we accept cash, credit card and PayPal. Cards and PayPal incur a small fee. Payment can be made in cash before class if you do not have a pass.

Arriving 15 minutes before class will give you the opportunity to prepare and settle yourself, making the most of your yoga experience. The studio will be open 30 minutes before each class, so come enjoy and prepare.

Yoga is a wonderful way to help the body regain strength and flexibility, so an injury will be treated with care. Please advise your teacher of your injury before the class and we will gently guide you by providing you with the appropriate props to support and heal your body.

No problem. Just be respectful of the class in progress, quietly collect your props and join us.

Good, that is a natural part of yoga and it is your hearts way of sweating. Let it come.