What to bring

WHAT TO WEAR
Please wear comfortable clothing you can move in unrestricted.
 
 As yoga involves forward bends and inverted movements, consider clothing that is not too loose, as shirts may slide up over the face.
 
LAYERS
It's  a good idea to wear layers or bring a blanket to cover up with during final relaxation, as the body cools down quickly.
 
WATER
As with all physical activity, the body performs best when it is well hydrated.  Also, hydration assists in preventing muscle soreness (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness - DOMS).
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1323290/
 
READINESS FOR ACTIVITY
Please arrive a few minutes early for your first class, so that you  can complete a short questionnaire on your readiness to participate in yoga. Should any details change after the first class, please let me know.
 
YOGA MAT
Owning a yoga mat encourages your own practice at home, so it's  nice to have one. However, I bring spare mats to borrow, particularly if it's your first class.  Also, The Tree Room provides mats for classes.
 
It is advisable to refrain from food 1 hour before class to avoid an upset stomach.