OM Yoga

Contact

Kate Hamilton-Kapur
Bodnant Welsh Food, Furnace Farm, Tal-y-Cafn, North Wales, UK, LL28 5RP

07778 134846
kate@omyoganorthwales.co.uk

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Class Kit List

You don't need much equipment to come along to one of our Wellness classes, but some specialist equipment does make it easier and more comfortable. You can build your kit bag as you work out what you need.

What to Bring to your Class....

YOGA CLASS KIT LIST - essential

Mat – buying a good quality mat is a good investment. Choose an eco friendly brand if possible without nasty chemicals. Yoga mats are 3 - 5mm thick and work for Fitness, Yoga & Pilates.

Yoga Blocks bring the ground up to you, making it easier to sit upright, reach the floor, or support a limb. So one at least is essential for regular yoga classes.

Blanket – get cosy at the best bit of every class... the Relaxation!

Cushions – Bring a cushion from your sofa for relaxation or sitting on your mat in Meditation.

Strap – a yoga belt with D-ring, or softer cotton straps are used for leg and shoulder stretches.

PILATES / STRETCH / FITNESS CLASS KIT LIST - essential

A Yoga mat or a Pilates mat (these tend to be 10mm thick for cushioning)

A Resistance band for Pilates & our Female Fitness Class, or 1.5 metre length of stretchy material!

Small towel or blanket for cushioning

Foam Roller for Stretch & Release class.

KIT LIST - optional

Yoga Bolster – great for under knees in Relaxation and essential for Yin Yoga.

Knee Pads – for delicate knees while in Cat type poses.

Yoga Bricks are useful as they can turn on any edge for different heights.

Spiky Pilates Ball / Tennis Ball – we don’t use these often but we occasionally get them out for a good hip opening ouch. Also used in the Stretch & Release Class.

Eye Pillow / Scarf to block out the light in relaxation (these makes a big difference to getting into the best chill-out zone!)

You’ll need a bag to keep and carry your kit as well!

EVENT KIT LIST

For our Gong Baths you will need to bring enough kit to be able to lie down comfortably for an extended period. So, a bolster is ideal for under the knees, a few cushions, an eye pillow and a blanket or two.