Frequently asked questions about yoga
What type of yoga do you teach?
Manjunaga’s style of yoga teaching combines dynamic, flowing movement with stilling, calming postures to experience yoga as a deepening awareness of breath, cultivating peace of mind. Drawing inspiration from the Krishnamacharya lineage, Hatha and other classical yoga teachers, he brings an emphasis on a deepening mindful inquiry and embodied open awareness of oneself.
Am I too fat-thin-tall-small-old-young-unfit-inflexible?
Yoga is adaptable, and can be modified to suit every person’s body type, health or age.
Do I have to book for the classes?
No, generally you can just turn up. If you are new to the class it is suggested that you arrive 15 minutes early so you can make yourself comfortable. For my monthly workshops you need to book in advance. Please see the events page for more details.
What do I wear?
It is good to wear something that you feel comfortable moving in. Try to avoid any clothing that is constrictive and may limit the natural flow of the breath.
Do I need to bring a mat?
No, you can borrow a mat. If you then decide that you want to continue with yoga you may like to buy one of your own.