Welcome to in-studio classes again!

These are the guidelines for attending class in the studio during corona times.


Reserve your place by email   the day before for morning class, at least 3 hours before for evening class. There are few places made available in the studio, so if you are unable to attend, please cancel well in advance.


Reply to this health questionnaire. 

If the answer is yes to any of these questions, you may not attend in the studio, you may follow online at home.


Please reply by email 

If the answer is yes to any of these questions, you may not attend in the studio, you may follow online at home. 

*    Do you have symptoms of Covid-19? – coughing, fever, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell, runny nose, sneezing. (not hay fever or allergies)

*    Do you live with  someone who has Covid-19 symptoms?

*    Are you in quarantine because you have been in contact with someone who has been tested positive for Covid-19 in the last 14 days or because of travels to a country designated code orange or red ?


Coming to the studio:

Change into your yoga clothes at home as much as possible.

Bring with you as little as possible.

Go to the toilet before coming to the studio if possible.

Bring your own yoga mat and props.

Bring a filled water bottle if desired, there will be no tea or water served.

Arrive on time (10 – 5 minutes before the class). 

Keep 1.5 m distance at all times (also while waiting to come in and leaving and outside the studio). 

Place your mat in a designated spot. If you arrive first, take the mat furthest from the door.  If you might have to leave your mat for some reason, take the spot closest to the door. 

Wash your hands with soap and water or hand gel provided (or your own) when you arrive. It is suggested to wash your hands again when leaving.

Leave the studio right after the lesson.

Taking the personal responsibility to follow these guidelines is part of our yoga practice of karuna (kindness) and ahimsa (non-harming). 

If you have questions, please email  Thank you for joining.

Enjoy your yoga practice.
“In order to enjoy your practice, you need to practice.”