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Experience the transformative power of holistic yoga, both on and off the mat, as we invite you to unroll your mat and immerse yourself in our welcoming space.

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Brendan D.
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Great vibe, great classes, great location and wonderful instructor. I haven’t been to a class which I didn’t like yet – Gosia has done a fantastic job of finding the blend between technical learning and fun! Definitely recommend it.

Leonora Mullett
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I just wanted to complement the teaching I have been receiving from Gasia every Monday for the past several weeks. She is very easy to follow, keeps the sessions varied and challenging and always has a great smile!

Niamh T.
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Gosia is a very caring instructor structuring her classes to suit the abilities of each person in the group. Highly recommend her class because she is amazing, making everyone feel welcome and comfortable. Great for beginners or advanced yogis

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Frequently Asked Questions

When it comes to choosing what to wear to a yoga class, it’s important to prioritize comfort and ease of movement. Here are some general guidelines:

  1. Clothing: Choose clothes that allow for a full range of motion and are made from breathable, moisture-wicking materials. Yoga leggings, stretchy shorts, and comfortable tops are all good options.

  2. Fabric: Look for fabrics that allow your skin to breathe, such as cotton or spandex blends. Avoid fabrics that are too thick or heavy, as they may make you feel uncomfortable and hinder your movement.

  3. Fit: Choose clothing that fits well and is not too loose or too tight. Clothes that are too loose may get in the way during certain poses, while clothes that are too tight may restrict your movement.

  4. Layers: It’s a good idea to bring layers, especially if you’re practicing in a studio where the temperature can vary. Consider wearing a light jacket or sweatshirt that you can easily remove if you get too warm.

  5. Footwear: Yoga is typically practiced barefoot, but you can wear socks with grips if you prefer. Just make sure they have enough traction to prevent slipping.

Remember, yoga is a practice that emphasizes comfort, mindfulness, and self-awareness. Wear something that makes you feel comfortable and confident, and allows you to focus on your practice without any distractions.

Congratulations on deciding to start your yoga and Pilates journey! Here are some essentials you might need to get started:

  1. Yoga mat: It is very recommended to have a mat, cushion, blanket. Look for a mat that provides good grip and support, and is comfortable to practice on. You can find affordable options at your local sporting goods store or online.

  2. Comfortable clothing: Wear comfortable, stretchy clothing that allows you to move freely. Avoid clothing that is too loose or baggy, as it may get in the way during certain poses.

  3. Water bottle: Staying hydrated is important during any physical activity. Make sure to bring a water bottle with you to your yoga or Pilates class.

  4. Yoga blocks and straps: These props can help you modify and deepen certain poses, making them more accessible and effective. Many studios provide these props, but if you plan on practicing at home, you may want to invest in your own.

  5. Pilates ball: If you plan on practicing Pilates, a small exercise ball can be a useful tool to add variety and challenge to your workouts.

  6. Towel: Bring a towel to wipe away sweat and to use as additional cushioning during certain poses.

  7. Open mind: Finally, remember that yoga and Pilates are both practices that require patience, dedication, and an open mind. Be kind to yourself as you start your journey, and enjoy the process of learning and growing in your practice.

Good luck on your journey, and have fun!

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