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.
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FAQ’s at Wicklow Yoga studio
How do I book a class?
Using our App: download our App (Wicklow Yoga) from the iTunes App Store or Google Play. Click on the Classes from the main menu to see our timetable, then on the class, you want to attend and click “Book”. If you do not have a current pass you will need to click on the membership from the main menu 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 app (we prefer you to have pre-paid where possible).
How do I cancel a booked class?
What happens if I am on a waiting list?
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?
Do I need to bring a yoga mat?
What do I need to know before a 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?
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 ?
Is parking available?
There is ample free parking.
What time does the studio open?
Am I meant to avoid inversions if I am menstruating?
In some yoga systems inversions are considered to improve and alleviate menstrual problems 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.