Questions? You’ve come to the right place
Practice in your living room / bedroom / garden / on the beach / literally anywhere you’ve got wifi. Everything lives in one place on our website, and we use Zoom for our live classes. To access a live class, book on first, and you’ll be able to join the session via your schedule page.
A good mat helps! But if you’re new to yoga and don’t want to invest just yet, just use a towel or blanket. Other classes might call for props, but these can be substituted with books, pillows, and blankets (your teacher will help you here).
We got you. We all had a point where we’d never done it before, so you’re in great company. There’s a couple of great ways to start. The way we’d recommend starting is by signing up to our Couch To Yogi beginner’s course here. Whatever your ability, whether you can touch your toes or put your foot behind your head, you’re always welcome at The Rev.
First of all, this is a community. Sure, you can get free yoga around the internet and we bet some of it is pretty great. But by joining The Yoga Rev’ you’re joining a family of people all working towards the same goal: to feel better in some way.
By joining our membership you’ll be able to speak one-to-one with founder Chloe and your other teachers if you want to. You’ll get points for practicing and be able to see where you rank in our leaderboard. You’ll have access to courses, bundles, new teachers and different ways of moving and breathing. Want to see something in particular? Ask us. This isn’t just yoga, it’s your yoga. And we’re ready to help you feel awesome.
Annnnd we reckon normal yoga can be too boring/regimented/serious and we want to lighten it all up a bit. In our opinion, you really *can* practice yoga even if you’re not a vegan, eat McDonald’s for breakfast, and don’t own any Lululemon ‘athleisure’. If you feel the same, you’re probably in the right place.
You’ll definitely hear some teachers tell you to practice everyday. And, while practicing everyday is a beautiful thing, it can definitely feel overwhelming if you’re new to yoga. If you really are a beginner (first of all, you rule – welcome to this awesome practice!) just make sure to not overdo it. You might burn out, or get injured or sore and then maybe you’ll not come back for a while.
The best way to see your practice is as something to steadily maintain. Try two half-hour sessions a week at first. Then, after a while if you’re feeling it, maybe increase one session to an hour or add a third session. Tired today? Try a restorative class. Or maybe throw a meditation in instead.
There’s no pressure, no set rules. Just feel it, don’t do it.
Got more questions? Just shoot us a message.