Please make sure you have created a safe space! This is good for your mind and body! Step into your safe space and let go of the outside world.
- that there is enough space AROUND your yoga mat, aiming for about 2 feet in all directions
- your space is free of obstructions as much as possible (but be careful if you balance something on top of something to make space!)
- there are no sharp corners or breakable things in your safe space
- you use a level, slip free surface, if you don’t have a yoga mat you can practice on the carpet on a blanket but NOT on a blanket on a hard floor where the blanket could slip. If you are practicing outside make sure that the ground is level, don’t practice on a hill! (It’s a lot harder than you think)
This ‘safe space’ check is something that every yoga teacher does before every class in any location. As I’m not actually in the location with you, the responsibility now falls to you to make a safe space, but I’m here to help if you need it.
If you have any health conditions or concerns that might effect your practice please let me know via email before class. I will always treat everything in confidence and will help you adapt based on your body and what you have to hand at home.
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Viewers must follow all safety instructions before beginning the class and throughout the session. When participating in any exercise program, there is a possibility of physical injury. If you experience any discomfort, you should stop immediately and seek medical advice. Please check with a health professional if you have any concerns. If you engage in this activity, you agree to do so at your or own risk. You are voluntarily participating in these activities and assume all risk of injury to yourself. The teacher accepts no responsibility for any damage (to possessions or persons) while undertaking the activities in this video.