FIRST TIME WITH US? HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TO PREPARE YOUR VISIT.
Our studio door is open 15 minutes before classes begin. All classes start on time.
On the 1st floor of Metalli. Entrance between McOptic & Ying’s Thai Kitchen.
We happily provide you with a Yoga towel, shower towel & bottled water for every visit.
To save time at the studio, please reserve your spot online via the Eversports App.
NEW TO YOGA IN GENERAL? HERE'S A FEW TIPS FOR YOU TO GET STARTED.
WHAT TO BRING
For Ashtanga, Hot Yoga, Hot HIIT & Yoga Sports we recommend shorts for boys & shorts plus a sports bra for girls. For all other classes, whatever floats your boat. We practise barefooted.
We have a few studio Yoga mats for you to use but please bring your own if you have one. If you have delicate knees, we recommend a thicker mat (min. 6mm).
Hot Yoga is practised at ≈38°C (100°F) & Hot HIIT at ≈35°C (95°F) – therefore you’re going to sweat. A lot. Make sure to bring enough water for class & an extra set of clothes for after class.
Drink, drink, drink! Hydration is key for any Yoga or fitness practise & therefore we recommend you drink at least 2 litres of water throughout the day before your class starts.
Avoid heavy & rich in calories meals from 3 hours before your class starts. If your blood sugar is low, we recommend eating a banana, an excellent provider for fuel (sugary carbs) & electrolytes at the same time.
We’re aware of the modern day problem of too many things in too little time & we sometimes can’t avoid it neither. Nevertheless, for your first Yoga class try to arrive to the studio at least 15 minutes before class starts, so you have enough time to settle in, get familiar with procedures at the studio & have a moment to arrive on your mat.
Generally: If you have acute injuries or suffer from chronic conditions, please consult a physician first.
Our pick: If you’re new to Yoga & not sure if a condition you have prevents you from participating in one of our vigour classes, we recommend you try YOGA-PHYSIO, a blend of therapeutic, dynamic Kundalini Yoga exercises & physio therapy techniques.
Generally: If you have been practising Yoga regularly before your pregnancy continue with your practise. We have pregnancy modifications available where needed for all of our classes.
Our pick: We find YIN YOGA particularly helpful during pregnancy as it balances hormones & moods, while being very gentle on your body, ligaments & joints.
Hot Yoga: This is the only class we offer where the instructor is NOT practising with you. In this class, your fellow students are your reference point if something the teacher says seems unclear. Therefore we recommend you set your mat up in the back where you can see the others.
For all other classes, feel free to pick any spot you like.
Yoga is a self-practise, therefore please avoid speaking during class, especially if you’re accompanied by a friend. We love to chat with our friends as well & there’s plenty of time to do so before & after class.
Our Yoga room is a mobile phone free zone.
You’re welcome to drink during class but try to keep it at small sips every now & then. Too much water in your tummy & Yoga are not a match. We recommend hydrating before & after class.
If you feel dizzy or nauseous during class, take a break & try to stay in the room. And please don’t try anything fancy, especially during your first few classes, Yoga is supposed to heal, not create new ailments & injuries. But just in case, all our experienced instructors know how to assist you & respond properly to any emergency during class. You’re in good hands!
Some of our classes, especially Ashtanga, Hot Yoga, Hot HIIT & Yoga Sports, are physically demanding. We recommend you replenish with electrolytes after your class. A splendid natural source of minerals is coconut water.
Every class is different & we all experience Yoga very differently. Especially if you have physical challenges or challenging emotions coming up during or after class, please reach out to us, we’re here to help & make your Yoga journey most suitable according to your needs.
Practise as often as you can, you know your body best, but also make sure to allow yourself periods of rest.
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