Finding a great yoga class is just like finding a great art school, and it seems like there is a new style of yoga making its way to the sports media and a new yoga class opening up almost every day. So, choosing the right yoga class for you can become a little overwhelming especially if you are new to yoga as a whole. If this is your story, then worry no more as we will be exploring what you need to know and how to choose the yoga class that is right for you below:

  1. Location

The first thing you will need to put into consideration is the location of the yoga class. How close is it to you and how can you get there, because you don’t want to spend the next hour trying to getting to a yoga class after a long and tough day at work. Opt for walking distance if possible or just a short drive away.

  1. Style of yoga

Another question you need to ask yourself is what style of yoga you want and what style does the class offer its students? Some classes are slower paced and restorative with others being of a fast pace and more athletic. Meaning that you will have to opt for the lower class if you are looking for more of a meditative experience.

  1. Teachers

Ideally, if you don’t like the teacher, then you can’t focus on your yoga anytime you are in class. The teacher of the class should be able to bring out the best in you. Your yoga class teacher should bring out the best in you and even if you don’t click with anyone else in class you should do with your teacher. It’s going to make a difference with how often you attend the class.

  1. Class atmosphere

Is the room clean? Do you have any allergies? As all these questions can well put you off attending. Nobody likes to be in an atmosphere that feels judgmental or cold, and this is why you need to choose a place where you can enjoy your time and when you leave you feeling satisfied and refreshed.

  1. Level of experience

If you are starting with yoga, then you don’t have anything to do with an intermediate class. The pace is usually faster, and you might find it hard holding poses you don’t know anything about. When you select your class to opt for one that suits your level of experience. You can always work your way up as you improve.

All of these things are important. You want to get the most out of your Yoga experience as possible. Do not be afraid to ask questions at the Yoga studio.