Unsure what to expect? This information will get you up to speed with what you need to know.
BOOKING & CANCELLATION POLICY
Bookings are not essential for studio classes.
If you would like to plan your visits, we recommend downloading the Yoga Everyday Brisbane App to book classes.
Please be considerate when booking classes and cancel your booking 60 minutes prior to your session.
Classes are limited to 19 students, we will have a waitlist if classes fill up. Waitlisted students will receive an email notification if a spot becomes available please accept or decline the spot. Late cancellations and no-shows will forfeit a class pass.
- Bring your own mat, we have props and you are welcome to use them.
- Cleaning wipes will be supplied to clean your mat and props after class.
- Please arrive at least 10 minutes before the start of the class.
- We have showers (BYO towels) that you can use after your class. Please be mindful of the space.
- Please stay at home if you are feeling unwell.
- Please turn you phone OFF before the class (vibration mode is not the same as OFF).
- Leave your shoes and belongings in the designated area.
FAQ – Clothing
There aren’t many rules when it comes to Yoga clothing, you pretty much can wear whatever you want and feel comfortable in, as long as it’s modest for both you and everyone else in the room. Unlike when you are running and you might need supportive shoes, or when you are playing baseball you will need a helmet, in yoga you wear what feels best, and what covers you up, but lets you move the way you want to.
Here are our clothing tips based on our experience.
- Long Enough Shorts/Leggings/Bike Pants – You’ll be lunging, stretching and will also have your legs in the air. That means a lot of movement and so you should wear something to a length where you will feel comfortable in multiple positions. There is nothing worse than being distracted by yours or anyone else’s clothes, so perhaps move around in your outfit to check you still feel discreet and secure and if so, you are good to go!
- T-Shirt or Singlet – This really comes down to personal preference and how much you normally warm up and sweat during exercise. Some people prefer to wear layers, to allow them to moderate their temperature. Some people take their shirt off as they warm up. All of this is OK with us as you will have space by your mat for your extra layers
- Stretchy Clothes – The point of yoga is to move and stretch, so you’ll need clothes that will stretch with you rather than restrict you. We highly recommend wearing something with a component of lycra in it
- Firmer is better than looser – Because you will be moving around, including going upside down, if you wear a loose t-shirt it will fall down over your head and if you wear loose shorts they will fall up….. If you aren’t comfortable wearing something firm, just be prepared to tuck your top in to your shorts/pants (at the back or the front), which will do the trick, but can be a bit annoying if it falls out…(when stretching or being upside down…). Alternatively you could wear a firmer top underneath a looser one….the choice is yours
- Easy to slip off/on shoes – As with most studios, our space is a ‘no shoes zone’ to keep the area where you will be practising clean. We have lots of space in our reception and change room for you to store your shoes.
FAQ – General
Here are some general questions that we often get asked…
- Pregnant – Should You Come to Class? Yes! We recommend you come along to a Beginners Class or Yoga Flow Class and be sure to have a chat to the teacher first. We also recommend that everyone should consult their doctor for guidance as to whether yoga is right for you and your individual pregnancy. Occasionally we run Pre-Natal Feature Classes, which are tailored for pregnant yogis. In relation to our general classes, we like to say a) if you are an experienced yogi, and you are past your first trimester, and have been given the all clear by your doctor, you are welcome to attend any class you believe is right for you and your body. or b) if you are not an experienced yogi (yet!), we recommend you only come along to the Beginners Yoga Classes or the Yin Yoga /Stretch classes only, and make sure you speak to the teacher before the class to discuss adjustments you may need. In all situations, you should be fully aware of your limits and feel comfortable every step of the way. If you have any questions please call us in the studio for a further chat.
- Do I Need to Book before Coming Along? Up to you! Our doors are open until the class start, our friendly teachers can book you in as you arrive. If you like planning your week ahead, by all means! You can find us through our App and MindBody App.
- Can I bring my Children? Well, Yes and No. Our studio is an adult space, and we want to make the environment as ‘chilled’ as possible. So we’ve set out some rules around kids to hopefully make it work for everyone. Children aged 12 or over may attend a general Yoga Class with a parent or guardian. Children aged 16 or over are welcome to attend on their own. Unfortunately we can’t allow kids less than 12 into our general classes, so we sometimes run Kids Yoga Classes for children between the ages of 5-12. Unfortunately we don’t allow children to sit in our chill out / reception space while a class is on, unsupervised, as reception is often left unattended, and we’d hate for anything to happen! We aren’t big on rules, but we thought when it comes to kids, safety and supervision, it’s best that we should have some 🙂
- Heating/Cooling – In our space, we maximise the natural temperature of our environment, and focus on building internal heat. That said, we do have heaters which we use to take the chill off the room in the winter months, and we have fans to cool us down in the peak summer months. So, what this means is that you should just be prepared as you normally would…meaning if you often get cold you should bring something warm to wear or wrap yourself in, and if you often get hot, you should come in layers that you can peel off.
FAQ – The Facilities
We want to encourage you to come as much as possible, and we know that means convenience.
- Toilet – Yes! Of course – there is a toilet you can use out the back of the studio
- Showers – Absolutely! Be respectful of others and BYO towels.
- Drinks/Food – Our community space is yours to enjoy.