Frequently Asked Questions

How do I Book?

  • To decide which class is best for you, go to ‘Services’.  Select the class category from the drop-down menu.

  • Click on a class where you can review details and prices.

  • Book and pay by selecting ‘Click here to book’ to visit the ‘Book Classes’ page.

  • Once in ‘Book Classes’, click on your chosen course, select the date and time, click continue and complete your payment details as prompted.

  • After paying, you will receive a Zoom link for your class. If you haven’t used Zoom before, click here for help on how to get up and running. 

  • Should you not receive your class link directly after payment, please contact Nicole here.

Q.  Can I have a 1-1 session in my home?

A.  Yes this is often where Nicole does her 1-1’s.  Sessions can be safely conducted through social distancing measures.

Q.  If I miss a pre-paid session can I get a refund?

A.  You have up to four hours to reschedule or cancel a class prior to its starting.  Unfortunately, after that, we can’t issue a refund.

Q.  Do you offer Concessionary Rates for Difficult Circumstances 

A.  We strongly believe that yoga is for everyone and have concessionary places available wherever possible.  We recognise that finances may have been adversely affected for parent/carers or those suffering from chronic illness.

Please email me if you wish to attend any of my sessions but are experiencing financial difficulties or need confidential advice, I am here to help.

Q.  Do you offer Corporate Training Programmes

A.  Yes. I have experience in this area and can tailor programmes to your company’s requirements.

Q.  Can my son/daughter join me in my regular yoga or meditation class?

A.  Nicole is qualified to teach all ages, but generally, yoga classes are not suitable for under 16’s.  However, they are most welcome to join in relaxation classes. If you are unsure, please contact me to discuss your personal circumstances.

Q.  What equipment do I need for a yoga class?

A.  A yoga mat or soft surface, a cushion and a blanket.

You may decide later to invest in props such as blocks and straps to help with poses but none are mandatory.  My philosophy of yoga is for everyone means we don’t need expensive equipment.

Q.  What equipment do I need for a Meditation Class?

A.  A Blanket and cushion. A chair if you find it hard to sit on the floor. The most important thing is that you are comfortable, you can even do these sessions in your bed.

Q.  Do you offer Discretionary Block Bookings

A.  Yes. This does not apply to yoga classes but is applicable to Wellbeing and Coaching sessions . See my block booking costs below.

 

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