Questions Asked of Yoga Teacher Before You Take the Class

We know there are some things about yoga that you’re just dying to ask but maybe you’re feeling a little shy.

Don’t worry, we’re here to answer all of your burning questions! Here are the top 10 questions we get asked about yoga, along with their respective answers.

10 Questions About Yoga That You’re Afraid to Ask, but We’ll Answer Anyway

1. Do I need to be flexible to do yoga?

No, you don’t need to be flexible to do yoga. In fact, many people use yoga as a way to become more flexible. There are variations of every pose that can be modified to suit your level of flexibility.

In fact, one of the great things about yoga is that it can be practiced by people of all ages and levels of fitness. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, there’s always something new to learn.

2. I’m not very strong, can I still do yoga?

Yes, you can still do yoga! Yoga is for everyone, regardless of their level of strength or fitness. Again, there are variations of every pose that can be modified to suit your level of strength.

Just start with some basic poses and build up from there. Soon enough, you’ll be surprised at how much stronger and more flexible you’ve become.

3. What should I wear to yoga class?

You should wear comfortable clothing that you can move around in easily. It’s also a good idea to avoid wearing anything too loose or baggy as it might get in the way of your practice.

3. What should I wear to a yoga class?

Wear whatever you feel comfortable moving and stretching in. Many people choose to wear leggings or shorts and a t-shirt or tank top.

4. I don’t have a mat, can I still come to class?

Of course! We have plenty of mats available for use at our studio. But if you have your own mat that you prefer, feel free to bring it with you.

5. Can I eat before class?

It’s best not to eat a big meal right before doing yoga. Try to eat at least 2 hours before class if possible. If you’re really hungry, a light snack like an energy bar or fruit is fine.

6. What if I have to go to the bathroom during class?

If you need to go to the bathroom during class, just quietly slip out and go quickly so as not disturb the other students in the class.

7. Is there anything I should do before my first class?

Try not to eat a heavy meal beforehand and maybe drink some water so you’re not thirsty during class. Otherwise, just show up with an open mind and be ready to have fun!

8. What if I can’t do a certain pose?

That’s perfectly normal! Like we said before, there are variations of every pose that can be modified based on your level of flexibility or strength. If you’re really struggling with a pose, ask the instructor for help or take a break by sitting or lying down on your mat until you’re ready to try again.

9. Should I bring anything with me?

Just yourself and maybe a water bottle if you want one. But we have plenty of mats and props available for use at our studio so you don’t need to worry about bringing anything with you except maybe yourself and some water!

10. I’m pregnant/have an injury/etc. can I still come to class?

Please consult your doctor before coming to class if you are pregnant or have any injuries or other medical conditions that might limit your ability to participate in physical activity safely.

That being said, depending on your specific situation, there might still be some modifications that would allow you to participate in class. Our instructors are more than happy to help with accommodations so please don’t hesitate to reach out to us prior to coming To class.


So there you have it! Now that we’ve answered all of your burning questions about yoga , we hope feel more comfortable attending our classes . Remember , show up with an open mind and be ready have some fun ! We’ll see soon enough on the mat !