FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
1. Are your teachers certified?
Yes, our teachers all hold a minimum of a 200 hour teacher training certification from a well recognized yoga college or school. They also carry $2 million in liability insurance and are trained in First Aid/CPR.
1. How much space do I need to run a corporate yoga class at my workplace?
Each person needs a space slightly larger than their yoga mat, perhaps 6-8 feet by 3 feet.
2. Are your classes suitable for beginners?
Yes. Even absolute beginners can participate in our classes. You do not have to have any experience with yoga to come to class.
3. What do we need?
Each person will need their own yoga mat, which they can purchase almost anywhere for between $20-$40. Mats last several years and are durable and easy to take care of.
4. Can we use a towel or blanket instead of a mat?
No. Yoga mats are mandatory for two reasons: safety and comfort. They prevent slipping in certain poses and will be comfortable, to support you in your practice.
5. What is the minimum number of people I need to run a class?
There is no minimum number that you need, but if you have fewer than 15 people we charge a flat rate per class. Therefore, some companies like to set a minimum of 5, 8 or 10 people, to ensure that the cost per person stays very low. Of course, if your company is paying for your classes, this will not be a concern.
6. What days and times do you have available for a corporate yoga class?
You choose the day and time that you would like to have a class each week, or twice a week, and we will do our best to set you up with an instructor who is available then.
7. If we have a class scheduled, do we have the option to cancel it if something comes up?
Yes. We understand that sometimes rooms get booked for meetings or other events come up at the last minute, making it impossible to have a class that day. We only ask that you give 24 hours notice to move, reschedule or cancel any class. Otherwise we may charge you for the class.
1. Where can I have a private yoga session?
Private yoga or pilates sessions can be held at your home, office or other location that would be suitable. The location you choose should be clean, quiet and free from distractions, and should be large enough to accommodate your own yoga mat and that of the teacher’s.
2. What do I need to have a private session?
Besides the appropriate space, you will need to have your own yoga mat. Most of our instructors have their own props, such as bolsters, blocks, etc., so unless you want to, you will not need to supply any props.
3. What does a private yoga session consist of?
Our private yoga sessions are tailored to fit your individual needs, level, ability and goals. Most classes will begin with meditation and centering, then move into asanas (postures) and breathing exercises, then finish with Savasana (Relaxation), where you lie on your mat and relax. Each class will include plenty of hands on adjustments from your teacher to help you progress much more quickly than you would in a regular group class.