When starting something new, or going to a new place, you may have some questions about how things work, what to wear or what to bring. We’ve done our best to answer some of the most frequently asked questions. If something isn’t listed below or you’d like some more assistance don’t hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us by telephone.
Don’t worry, you are in safe hands – thousands of people have taken their first ever yoga class with triyoga. A beginner’s course is a great option if you are a complete beginner, as it gives you a sturdy foundation in which to explore any Level 1 or Open Level class with confidence. But if a course doesn’t suit you, any Level 1 Class will be suitable for you. View all Level 1 Classes for the next 7 days here.
triyoga has locations across London. Information about where to find all of our locations and how to get to us can be found on the contact us page.
For Camden, on weekends non-residents could park in nearby Primrose Hill (no weekend restrictions) and walk across the canal. You can also park in the Morrison’s car park which is a 2 minute walk away.
For Chelsea, Soho and Covent Garden; think positive and good luck finding a meter! Though there are car parks near both Soho and Covent Garden.
No, but there is the option to book all scheduled yoga and Pilates mat classes online. Booking is recommended for evening and weekend classes which tend to get busy. Please arrive at the centre at least 10 minutes before the start of the class to sign in and get settled.
Generally, you do need to book for courses and workshops, but always ask if you are interested in case there are spaces.
Pilates equipment and Gyrotonic sessions do require booking.
Treatments need to be booked, but again, always ask if you are interested in case there are spaces on the day.
From drop-ins and class passes, to unlimited options, there are a number of pricing options at triyoga. Find all you need to know about our prices here.
Some people wear baggy, loose fitting bottoms and a t-shirt. Other people wear tight stretchy leggings and tops. The only thing that matters is that you wear comfortable clothes that you can easily move and stretch in.
As you move through a class you can get warm so it’s good to wear clothes that keep you cool, but bring a jumper for relaxation, when the body rapidly cools down. Some people also bring socks for the relaxation phase.
In triyoga hot, dynamic and ashtanga classes you will get sweaty and some people like to bring a small towel to class.
Yes, we have men’s and women’s changing rooms and showers at all our centres other than Covent Garden. Towels are available for £1 from our front desk; body wash and hair dryers are provided.
We have locker facilities at Camden, Chelsea and Soho. At peak times you may find all the lockers in use. If this is the case you are able to take valuables into the studio with you. Please place any valuables out of the way at the back of the studio and ensure all mobile devices are completely switched off.
All customers must arrive at least 10 minutes before the start of any class. If you are a new to triyoga please arrive 20 minutes early for your first session to allow time for registration.
We understand life happens and sometimes lateness cannot be avoided. On these occasional situations we will always try to find you a place in your class, however please be aware that if the class has a waitlist your place will be allocated to another customer 10 minutes before the start of the class. Therefore if the class is fully booked you will be unable to take part in the class. We do not allow late comers into triyoga hot classes due to the importance of the warm-up postures.
Yoga and Pilates are excellent during pregnancy and for you and baby after the birth. However it is recommended that you do not practice yoga or Pilates in your first trimester. You can return to practice in your second and third trimesters, where yoga and Pilates are both fantastic supports. Find out more about our pre and postnatal classes and treatments.