Frequently Asked Questions
Questions? You've come to the right place...
What do I need to bring with me?
Nothing! Ok, maybe water, and wear comfy and stretchy clothing. But nothing else! We've got all the stuff you need right here.
What if I've never done yoga before/can't touch my toes?
We got you. We all had a point where we'd never done it before, so you're in great company. Check out our beginner courses and classes here. Whatever your ability, whether you can touch your toes or put your foot behind your head, you're always welcome at The Rev.
Do I need to book in?
Yes definitely. We've only got a limited number of spots, so it's important you register yours to ensure you get a space. You can book in here.
Why The Revolution?
Because we reckon normal yoga can be too boring/regimented/serious and we want to lighten it all up a bit. You really *can* practice yoga even if you're not a vegan, eat McDonald's for breakfast, and don't own any Lululemon 'athleisure'.
What should I expect when I arrive?
The coolest yoga studio around, of course! Aside from that, you'll walk right into our reception area and will be greeted by your teacher. Take your shoes off and put them on the rack, hang out on our sofa and catch up with Oceanographic Magazine or Surfers Against Sewage's Pipeline if you're early to class, or head straight into the studio where there'll be a mat out waiting for you.
Are there rules?
We'd like to say no, but then it'd probably be a bit chaotic (and we're a bit precious about our clean floors). So yes, and they are:
Make sure to arrive at least 5 or so minutes before class, or earlier to get a prime spot. If a class is in session, please be quiet until it's over.
Make sure to turn off your phone and leave it in reception (don't worry, the door will be locked/a teacher will be around when class is in session).
No shoes/food/drinks other than water in the studio.
Be nice to everyone, even if they steal your favourite spot.
How often do I need to practice?
Everyday, minimum. Kidding! Really, as often as you like! You'll definitely start to see results both physically and mentally if you practice at least twice a week, but once a week is a great starting point. Most of the gang here practice 2-3 times a week.