Frequently Asked Questions

Where are the classes held?

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the current pandemic, classes are by appointment and numbers restricted. Please contact Lakes Yoga to enquire about bookings. Regular classes (see timetable on "Classes" page) are held at Nagambie Healthcare, upstairs from the doctors' surgery, 20 Church Street, Nagambie. Enter through glass doors via ramp in the driveway. Chair yoga is held in the rear conference room at Nagambie Healthcare, also accessed via the driveway entrance. Sunrise yoga is held outdoors over the summer months at River Street Reserve, and indoors during the winter months (fireside) at 34 River Street, Nagambie.

How much do they cost?

PLEASE NOTE: due to the current pandemic, all classes are by appointment only. $50 for a private class (1-2 people) or $20 per person for group classes. Casual/drop-in yoga classes cost $20 or $10 concession. Casual/drop-in chair yoga is $12 or $8 concession. Casual/drop-in meditation classes cost $15 or $5 concession. Pensioners, those who hold a concession card and students are eligible for concession. A ten class pass costs $170 and is valid for 3 months from date of purchase.

Do I have to commit or can I just come to a class to see if I like it?

You are welcome to come to a class to see if you like it although it is recommended to try at least 5 classes to get an idea of the benefits of yoga.

How do I pay for a class?

You can pay in cash on the day or by internet transfer. Contact Lakes Yoga for bank details.

What do I need to bring to class?

PLEASE NOTE: due to the current pandemic, it is requested that you bring your own mat (and bolster and blanket if you wish). Used, studio mats are available for purchase or hire at a small cost. Everything is provided, but you are welcome to bring your own mat if you prefer and a water bottle. Wear comfortable clothing to class, for example no denim or skirts.

Can I bring my mobile phone or pager to class?

Yes, you can, but please keep them on silent so as not to disturb the other students.

What should I eat or drink before a class?

Try not to eat anything within two hours of class, except maybe a light snack. Drinking water is fine.

What can I do if I am pregnant?

You may attend class if you are pregnant, but please let your teacher know. If it is possible that you are in the early stages of pregnancy please do not do any strong abdominal exercises or postures that compress the abdomen as these could endanger the foetus.

I am a beginner. Which class should I attend?

You may attend any casual class or beginners course. Beginners are catered for at all casual classes, except when specified that it is an intermediate or advanced class.