Your First Visit
Welcome to Indie Hot Yoga
You are about to embark upon a journey to better health in mind, body and soul. Indie Hot Yoga offers a variety of yoga for a profound, challenging workout for all. Here are a few things you need to know to get you started….
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- Online booking IS required
- Walk-ins are welcome (Registration on arrival)
- Arrive at least 15 minutes before the first class you want to participate in
- You can register at reception on the day
- Decide whether you’d like to take part in our Introductory Offer (R375 for 7 consecutive days) or buy a Drop-In class (R210 per class)
You will need:
- Water (also available for sale)
- One bath-size towel or yoga towel for your mat
- One hand-towel
- Yoga mat
What to do:
- Register at reception and let the teacher know if you have any illness or injuries.
- Change rooms available
- Wear something light and comfortable
- Take your towels and your water into the yoga studio.
- Place your mat in the studio
Things to know:
Come to class hydrated
It’s not unusual to feel, nauseous, dizzy or out of breath during your first class, these feelings will subside as you continue to practice. One of the main reasons for feeling unwell is dehydration.
So, you will need to make sure you drink plenty of water before and after class to replenish all that you sweat out.
Your body needs fuel to have a good class!
Class is best done 2 to 3 hours after eating
If you are coming to a morning or noon class, please make sure you eat breakfast.
If you are coming to an evening class, please make sure you eat lunch
A small quantity of simple, easily digestible food is recommended for the meal prior to class
You may feel tired. This is absolutely normal and a good sign that your body is cleansing. Your energy levels should be restored to normal after several classes. Remember to drink plenty of water, eat well and rest. The next day you may feel a little stiff or sore. Come back to class as soon as possible. You have started the process of reawakening muscles you may not have used for years. The more often you practice, the easier the class becomes although, if you are working to your edge, it’s always a challenge.
Enjoy your class.
This is time for you and your body will thank you for it!