New To Yoga
Trying anything new can be intimidating, and being new to a yoga class is no different. Many peoples perception of yoga is based on media images and they think they have to be flexible to attend a class. Everyones bodies are made differently and we all make different shapes in poses. So please don’t worry if your pose looks totally different to the person on the mat next to you. But the truth is, the more inflexible you are, the more flexibility benefit you’ll get; in other words, you don’t have to be flexible to do yoga in the first place, it’s the yoga that helps you improve your flexibility.
The physical practice of yoga is also not just about flexibility, its about finding strength and balance in the body too, in fact, flexibility alone is a very dangerous talent, as without strength and balance you can easily injure yourself. The best way to know if yoga is for you is to give it a try.
What to bring
Water bottle and a yoga towel or beach towel if you are attending one of our heated classes. Mats are provided but we encourage you to bring your own.
What to wear
Whatever will allow you to be comfortable to move in during your practice. Women mostly wear a supportive top and leggings. Men shorts and a T shirt or training vest.
Do you have showers and changing rooms?
Outside the studio we have a cloakroom and a lobby area where you can leave your coats and shoes, we advise that you leave any valuables at home. If you would like to shower after your class you are very welcome to use the changing rooms inside Brampton Heath Golf Centre. Please note the changing rooms are open 7am-6.30pm during the winter and 7am-9pm during the summer.
Is there free parking
Yes plenty of free secure parking.
Can children attend classes at Yoga Tree Studios?
All students must be over 16 years of age unless its a family or children’s yoga class.
Can I just turn up for a class or workshop?
Sorry no, all session must be booked and paid for in advance.
Do you need to be a member to use the bar and restaurant area at Brampton Heath Golf Centre?
You are very welcome to pop in anytime for lunch or dinner or in the summer months enjoy a drink on the terrace, there is no need to be a member of the golf club.