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Starting something new can be quite a scary business, and with yoga there comes many ideas of what kind of person we ‘should’ be to take part. Before you put yourself into any kind of category, we‘re here to tell you that all you need to be is human. That’s it.
 
There’s no need to be flexible, strong and fit, or even a certain age, shape, and size. Yoga is for everyBODY, even yours.
 
The wonderful thing about yoga is nobody is even looking at you. The fear that “everyone will look at me and see me doing it wrong” is just something your worrisome mind wants you to believe. You’ll find everyone is focussed on their own practice and on clearing their own minds and this is something you will soon find yourself doing. We make sure at Calm that you feel safe to be yourself in a non-judgmental, free environment and that you are encouraged to be the very best you can be with whatever you bring to the mat.
Beginners classes are a perfect way to access the foundations of yoga and go at your own pace with no experience necessary. Alternatively, if you have the thirst to learn more, come along to a beginner workshop to gain a more thorough understanding of what yoga is all about.
 
 
Wondering which other classes we offer that are suitable for beginners? Most of our classes are suitable for all levels and adjustments will be provided to the poses to help those who are new to yoga. Why not try one of the following:
 

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What do I need to bring?

Just yourself!

The studio is fully equipped with all the mats and props you could possibly need in your class. If you are booked into a hot class, please bring a long towel with you to mop up that sweat and a bottle of water to ensure you stay hydrated during the class. Don't worry if you forget your towel, you can hire a towel for for a £1.

What should I wear?

Something you feel comfortable in that allows you to move around freely – for you, this might mean something baggy and loose, or tight and stretchy. Sometimes it can get a bit hot during practice so something that keeps you cool is also recommended and maybe an extra layer to keep you warm during your class’ relaxation time.

Yoga is practiced barefoot so leave your shoes at the door when you arrive.