Clothes and food

Which clothes to bring and how to prepare for the class…

Classical yoga

It is ideal to take soft clothes which won’t limit your movements and will make you feel comfortable. You will practice yoga barefoot but may wear also socks. In our classrooms, there are communal yoga mats and blankets to cover yourself during relaxation but you may bring your own. Leaving your belongings in our studio after the class is impossible for capacity reasons.

We recommend not eating for at least for 1,5 h before the lesson – it depends on your digestion and if you eat heavy or light food. For the same reason, it’s not recommended to drink just before or during the classical yoga class. We don’t recommend neither attending lessons on empty stomachs either.

Aeroyoga

It is ideal to take soft clothes which won’t limit your movements and will make you feel comfortable. Longer leggings are ideal and avoid any tops that are too loose because you will hang upside down. You will practice yoga barefoot but may wear some socks. In our classrooms, there are communal yoga mats and blankets to cover yourself during relaxation but you may bring your own.

We recommend not to eat for 2 h before the lesson and not to drink for half an hour, due to the upside-down positions. If possible, do not even drink during the lesson.

Hot yoga

It is ideal to take soft clothes which won’t limit your movements and will make you feel comfortable. Ideal clothes may be swimming costumes, singlet tops, shorts from breathable material such as cotton, bamboo or jersey. Men often wear only shorts for hot yoga class. You will practice yoga barefoot. You should bring a towel to dry your face and a bottle of water to stay hydrated. Please expect that you will sweat a lot. You can also rent a towel at the reception.

In hot yoga class there is a variation of aerobic and anaerobic burning (of sugar and fat – your body transforms it into muscle) and therefore at the beginning of the lesson your sugar level is falling down. Therefore it is recommended to eat a bit of something sweet 1 hour before the lesson – e.g. banana, muesli bar or yoghurt drink… to give your body a source of energy and to avoid getting sick when the sugar falls. Aside from this, we recommend not to eat for 2-3 hours before the lesson and to also avoid alcohol and coffee.

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