Frequently asked questions


We have tried to answer the questions you may have about attending a yoga class with us at Wicklow Yoga. But if you have any other questions please contact us and we will do our best to answer them for you.

“Accepting means you allow yourself to feel whatever it is you are feeling at that moment. It is part of the isness of the Now. You can’t argue with what is. Well, you can, but if you do, you suffer.”

Eckhart Tolle

FAQ’s at Wicklow Yoga studio

COVID - 19 safety requirements

Pre booking online is required.

Yoga pods: Commitment to set classes. No drop in’s at this time.

Arrive a few minutes before the class starts.

Hand sanitiser is provided.

Temperture checks on arrival.

Shoes will be left at the enterance.

Please bring along your own yoga mat, blanket and props.

Social distancing will be in place at all times.

Cleaning the yoga stations after each class. (Products provided).

If attending with a family member I ask that you are sit next to each other.


There will be no back to back classes at this time.

If you are going abroad I ask that you wait 14 days after returning.


How do I book a class?

Online: go to our ‘Book a class’ page. Register as a new client or log in as an existing client. You can then “make a single reservation” and make a purchase, or “book as unpaid” to pay when you arrive at the studio or use a prepaid voucher.

If you do not have a current pass you will need to click on the membership or class pass options from the ‘Book a class’ page and purchase a membership plan first. You can pre-book and pay at the studio if you prefer, we can set up your plan, and from then you will be able to go to the classes page from the main menu and make future bookings via the website (we prefer you to have pre-paid where possible).

How do I cancel a booked class?

Online: Login via the Login/Register tab in the navigation panel on this page, click on your schedule, and click “Cancel” next to the class you want to cancel.

What happens if I am on a waiting list?
If you are wait-listed for a class you will be notified via email if a space opens up so please make sure you check your email (the one you use to login). We ask you kindly to cancel your booking if you can no longer attend.
Where is the yoga studio?

Wicklow Yoga is based 2km off the N11, Junction 18 (Beehive) heading towards Kilmacurragh (The botanical gardens). The studio is set on 120 ache’s of woodland and is only 10 minutes drive from Wicklow Town. This is an ideal location for surrounding areas, with no more than a 10 – 15 minute drive from Arklow, Rathnew, Rathdrum, Glenealy, Ashford, Brittas.

What do I need to bring to class?

Wear comfortable loose clothing. Bring a bottle of water and a small towel, yoga is practiced bare foot.

Do I need to bring a yoga mat?

Due to the COVID – 19 we require that you bring along your own yoga mat, blanket and props. It is recommended to use your own for hygiene reasons.

What do I need to know before a class?
Try not to eat two hours before class.

Make sure you are well-hydrated.

Arrive a few minutes before the class starts.

Please switch mobiles to silent.

What do I need to know about the class?

Inform the teacher of any injury or ailments that may effect your practice.

Rest at any time during class.

If you experience any pain come out of the pose.

If you arrive late or need to leave early, please be as quiet as possible.

If you are unwell please stay at home.


When can I start pregnancy yoga ?
Pregnancy yoga can be commenced from 14 weeks onward. It is a gentle practice that focuses on breathing and relaxation. Both the breathing exercises and the postures of pregnancy yoga help prepare you and your body for giving birth.
Is parking available?

There is ample free parking.

What time does the studio open?
The studio opens 15 minutes before a class starts.
Am I meant to avoid inversions if I am menstruating?
I would be mindful during a menstruation cycle. If your energy is low or your period is heavy then I would consider missing inversions but if your feeling energised there is no reason why you can’t hold inversions for a short time.

In some yoga systems inversions are considered to improve and alleviate menstrual problemsĀ as part of yoga therapy.

In yoga, philosophically, apana is a downward flowing energy, which is most active in the pelvis and lower abdomen. Menstruation is considered to be apana. Although there is no consensus on whether to avoid inversions, some say inversions will disturb this natural energetic flow.


If you would like to know more, please get in touch

Wicklow Yoga
Contact us today. We are here to answer any questions regarding yoga classes and therapies offered at our studio and would love to hear from you.

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