Frequently Asked Questions
Are the on-line yoga classes suitable for all?
Yes, but my instructions are for guidance and motivation only. The teacher cannot watch everything you do in your home during the class. By booking an on-line class participants agree to take responsibility for their own wellbeing, to be aware of their own capabilities and to ensure the safety of their surroundings. Listen to your body, take modifications or rest where needed to avoid injury. Medical advice should be sought if there is any doubt and, please inform Kath prior to the on-line class if you have any health issues or recent injuries
Do you offer private classes?
Yes, I now offer 1:1 classes of 1 hour or 90 minutes in my home in Earley. I have a small dedicated yoga room with all the props. We can practice asana (poses) and/or meditation to suit your needs. Contact Kath for avalability and prices.
What are the payment options for classes?
If you wish to purchase a block of 5 class credits then please pay on-line. From the Classes tab click on Book Now and follow the instructions.
For a single class you can either pay on-line or pay by cash or card at the class. I have a card reader for contactless payments.
How long do I have to use my 5 Class credits?
56 days from day of purchase (8 weeks)
Can I cancel a class booking?
Yes, with at least 24 hours notice and then you can use the credit for another class.. If you cancel with less than 24 hours, then there is no refund.
What is the class timetable (with locations, timings and prices) ?
Please see Class Timetable
When are the pregnancy yoga classes?
Prenatal yoga will start again soon.
Is it safe to practice yoga throughout my pregnancy?
Yes, from conception through to week 40. But it is recommended that you attend a designated pregnancy yoga class where you will practice poses and breahing exercises suitable for pregnancy. The teacher will also give variations of some poses depending on which trimester you are in.
IMPORTANT: if you have any underlying medical conditions then you must consult with your Doctor or Midwife before attending yoga classes. Also, please inform the teacher of your condition.
I am new to yoga, are the classes suitable for beginners?
Yes the classes are suitable for everybody from beginner to experienced students. Beginners will soon pick up the basics, following the instructions and demonstrations of the poses. Yoga is not competitive so you don’t need to be concerned if others in the class have more experience. Everyone can find their place.
Do I have to be flexible to do yoga?
No. Yoga is for everybody. There are adaptations and modifications to help you work to your ability including if you think you are not flexible. All you need is to be able to breathe!
Do I need to bring anything with me to class?
Yoga mats and props are provided for classes at Vibez; please bring your own to classes at Alfred Sutton School. Get in touch if you wish to borrow a mat.
Do I need to book in advance?
Yes for classes at Therapists on the High Street. But you can just drop in to the classes at Alfred Sutton School and Vibez Dance studio. For classes at the University , you need to contact the Sprotspark to book.
I have a knee/ back/ wrist injury or pain. Can I still practice yoga?
Usually, yes, but you are advised to check with your GP first. Please let the teacher know at the beginning of class so we can offer appropriate modifications to some poses.
I have some other questions; can I contact you for advice?
Yes. Please send me your enquiry using the Contact Form and I will reply by email.