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COMMON QUESTIONS

Useful Information

Are you looking for just the right yoga studio to answer your needs? Still not sure which of our offerings is best for you? These FAQs can help. If you have additional questions, we are happy to answer.

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WHICH OF YOUR CLASSES IS BEST SUITED FOR ME?

We offer classical Hatha Yoga primarily. This is a style that combines strength, stamina and flexibility. Each Hatha class is mixed-level so there beginners in ever class. Hatha yoga is also very mindful of any past limitations or injuries that students might be dealing with, and so every pose can be modified to allow you to gain the maximum benefit from a rounded and well-balanced practice. 

Iron Yoga classes add the benefit training to your yoga practice. These classes are best suited to those with either some yoga or strength-training experience. 

There are bespoke yoga services available also, catering to individual needs on a one-to-one basis. 

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CAN I ACCESS YOUR ONLINE CLASSES AT ANY TIME?

Thankfully we're able to practice in-person together once again, but many people have the found access to online, recorded, and live zoom classes to be a boon, especially given concerns about health vulnerabilities, commuting times to their nearest classes, or work and family commitments. As such, the yoga community offers the best of both worlds, and Harvest Yoga's online content is available on request. 

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CAN I BOOK A PRIVATE CLASS?

Yes, and you have a range of options from which to choose. 

Private on-to-one sessions can focus on boosting your practice, or working on a small number of poses you might want to improve. 

A private class can also cater for anyone returning to practice after a break, or after injury, and in those classes we can set out ways to modify and accommodate the body. 

Small group restorative classes too are available. If you, a group of friends, fancy a 'chill-out' session, the body is fully supported and constructive rest is achieved via Yoga Nidra (yoga sleep), meditation, and pranayama (breathwork). 

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