Frequently asked questions
Do I need to Book?
Yes, class sizes are limited and to maintain social distancing by avoiding cash transactions all booking and payment is done online, the earlier you book the better!
What should I wear?
For Yoga loose comfortable clothing that you can easily move through a range of motions. For yoga by the sea bring several layers as the weather can change and you also want to be able to stay warm during Savasana at the end of class. For SUP yoga it's also a good idea to be something you don't mind getting wet or if you want to stay warm in the water should you fall in then a wetsuit is a good idea!
Do I need to bring my own mat?
Yes, whilst the world deals with COVID-19 we ask all participants to bring their own mat to class.
How old do I need to be?
All our classes are for 16+, if you are 12-16 as long as you have a parent with you at class you can also come along.
Do I need to be able to swim to do SUP Yoga?
Yes! All SUP yoga participants must be able to swim a minimum of 50m. This is a basic requirement for obvious safety reasons. All participants must complete a lesson enrolment / declaration, stating that they can swim this distance.
Do I need any Stand up Paddleboard experience to do SUP Yoga?
No - we will cover the basics of how to paddleboard to get you afloat and are on hand throughout the class to help you out, Helen is a qualified beach lifeguard with over 25 years experience so if you fall in you are in safe hands!
I'm a complete beginner can I still take part?
Yes absolutely, throughout our yoga classes we build poses from the foundations up and offer different modifications to suit everyone's yoga journey.
What qualifications do you have?
Helen is a 200hr trained yoga teacher, with extra training in SUP yoga, Yin yoga & Children's yoga registered with Yoga Alliance Professionals. Helen is a STA level 2 Open Water Swim Coach and is also a Surf Lifeguard and Trainer/Assessor for SLSGB (Surf Lifesaving Great Britain).