Liability waiver

Updated 16/05/2021

The practice of Yoga involves physical activity (Asana), breathing exercises (Pranayama), and meditation. As with all physical activity, the risk of injury, even serious or disabling is always present and can not be entirely eliminated. During class, the Teacher will provide verbal cues inviting you to move and breathe in a particular way, these cues are guidelines only. You should always work to your own ability.
It is your responsibility to consult your GP before beginning a yoga practice, and seek medical consent where necessary. It is also your responsibility to notify the Teacher of any injury or ailment (recent or ongoing) prior to every class. Yoga may at times be challenging, but should never be painful. If at any time you believe something is unsafe for you, or that you are unable to participate due to physical injury or a medical condition, you should stop what you are doing and notify the Teacher immediately. By purchasing this class and ticking this box, you confirm that you acknowledge and agree to the terms contained in the above waiver of liability statement. You are aware of (and assume) the risks and hazards
of participating in Yoga classes, and agree to assume full responsibility for any injuries and/ or damages, which you may incur as a result of your voluntary participation.