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Yoga is a holistic practice that combines physical postures (asanas), breath control (pranayama),
meditation, and ethical principles to promote overall well-being and harmony of body and mind.

Absolutely! Yoga is inclusive and offers practices for all levels. Beginners can start with foundational
poses and gradually progress.

Wear comfortable, breathable clothing that allows for a wide range of motion. Avoid clothing that may
restrict your movement.

Hatha and beginner-friendly Vinyasa classes are excellent starting points. These styles focus on
foundational poses and provide a good introduction to basic yoga principles. The asana + workshop style
class is great for beginners as it has time to reflect and learn the poses from the flow(asana only) portion
of the class.

While yoga promotes overall health, including weight management, it may not be as intense as some
other forms of exercise. Combining yoga with a balanced diet and other exercises can support weight

Consult your healthcare provider before starting yoga if you have any health concerns or injuries. Many
instructors can provide modifications, but it’s crucial to prioritize your safety.

Yes, many women find yoga beneficial during menstruation. Many women also prefer a lighter or more
meditative practice during the cycle, However, listen to your body and modify poses as needed.
Restorative and gentle yoga can be particularly helpful. Inverted poses do not make much sense during
this time.

The benefits of yoga vary, but many people experience increased flexibility, reduced stress, and
improved well-being after just a few weeks of consistent practice.

A yoga mat is recommended for comfort and stability. Some practitioners also use props like blocks,
straps, or blankets, especially in the beginning.

Start with 2-3 sessions per week and gradually increase based on your comfort and schedule.
Consistency is key in experiencing the benefits of yoga.

Absolutely! Yoga is about progress, not perfection. Regular practice increases flexibility over time. Focus
on your own journey and listen to your body.

Sessions can range from 30 to 60 minutes. Starting with shorter sessions allows you to build strength and
flexibility gradually.

“Namaste” is a common greeting in yoga. It’s a gesture of respect and acknowledgment
of the shared spiritual essence. You can use it for hello and goodbye.

It’s advisable to eat a light meal or snack at least 1-2 hours before a yoga session to avoid
discomfort. Stay hydrated, but avoid heavy meals.

Expect a mix of breathwork, basic poses, and relaxation. Arrive a little early, inform the instructor that
you’re a beginner, and don’t hesitate to ask questions.