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Yoga FAQ

What is Yoga?
Rooted in an ancient Indian practice aimed at aligning body, spirit and mind, Yoga has become hugely popular as a form of exercise all around the world. While yoga takes many forms, all styles involve a series of postures that are linked to the breath, usually ending with a period of relaxation. At Coached, we practice a Dynamic Hatha sequence, suitable for all abilities, where you’ll wind down while you flow your way to flexibility and recovery.
What Do You Do in Yoga?
In a Coached Hatha Yoga session, you’ll be guided through a series of postures aimed at strengthening and lengthening your body. You’ll also be cued to breathe throughout the sequence, creating a mindful full-body experience that will leave you feeling blissed out by the end. While you’ll get familiar with many postures that are repeated in each flow, no two classes are the same, so you’ll never be bored! Our sequences are designed to help you wind down and restore, making them the perfect end to your training week.
Are Coached Yoga Classes Suitable for Beginners?
Yes, Coached Yoga classes are perfect for beginners. Hatha yoga tends to focus on longer static holds, so it’s ideal for getting acquainted with proper form, and your instructor will provide options to suit your ability level. Advanced yogis are welcome too – if you’ve been practicing yoga for a while, you’ll know that real progress comes with mastering the basics.
What Do I Need to Bring to Yoga Sessions?
All you need to bring is a towel and a water bottle. We’ll provide mats and accessories as needed, but you’re welcome to bring your own yoga mat, straps and/or blocks if you prefer.
What to Wear to Yoga Classes
You’ll want to wear something stretchy and non-restrictive for yoga. Tighter clothing is recommended, as long as you’re comfortable, since there may be times where you’re kicking your legs in the air or hanging upside down. Best to save those loose shirts and short-shorts for another time! Form-fitting clothing also helps your instructor to point out any form adjustments. Yoga is usually practiced barefoot, but you can wear socks or grip socks if you prefer.

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