Frequently Asked Questions

How long is a class?

Classes are sixty or seventy-five minutes long.

What should I wear?

You don’t need to buy special clothes to do yoga.  You will need comfortable clothes that don’t restrict your movement. 

Am I too old/stiff/fat to do yoga?

Anyone who wants to can do yoga.  There are no age or weight restrictions.  I am a qualified yoga teacher and can adapt the practice to suit your individual movement and health requirements.

I’ve been unwell, do I need a letter from my doctor?

Before commencing classes all students complete a simple Health Questionnaire which gives me all the information I need to ensure you have a safe practice.

Can complete beginners come?

Yes! If you are a complete beginner joining an established class I would suggest that you begin with a one-to-one yoga class so that I can teach you the foundation poses and assess your needs.

How many people are in a class?

I ensure that all my classes are small so that I can give everyone the attention that they need.  The maximum number is eight in my Meads studio.


All classes are £10.  Classes work alongside school term times and are sold in half-term blocks and are paid for in advance.

What if I can’t make a class?

If you miss a class, you are welcome to attend another subject to availability. There are no refunds for missed classes. However, I do give everyone a one-week ‘class holiday’ per year when you can miss a class for free! 

I’d like to come to class, how do I book?

You can either contact me by phone or email me at . I will email you a simple health history form to fill in and email back to me before the session. 

If you still have questions about my yoga classes and whether the right for you, please feel free to contact me. I answer emails during my working week (Monday- Friday 9am-7pm) and I will always do my best to get back to you within 24 hours, or first thing on Monday morning for messages left over the weekend.



"For me, what makes Lou's yoga classes unique are the carefully guided lessons – making them feel very personal."  

Elaine, Eastbourne