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What do I need?

Mainly, yourself! Both yoga and tap require minimal equipment. A mat is useful for yoga, however most studios will offer these complimentary or for a nominal hire charge. All other props needed will be provided. 

Tap shoes are preferable, but if you aren't sure if tap is for you, then a pair of hard soled shoes (ankle boots, brogues) are your best bet. Trainers can be a bit sticky so try and avoid these if you can! 

Which of your classes is best suited for me?

For both yoga and tap, I teach a general level/all abilities class. This may mean some aspects will feel challenging for you, but I will always offer variations and options to scale up or scale down. 

If you are brand new to tap however, I would recommend the Absolute Beginners course initially to help you become comfortable with the terminology and basic technique. This will make the weekly drop in classes much more enjoyable for you. 

What about injuries?

Tap has a particular focus on balance, ankles, knees, and hips, so can be great for strengthening these areas. Likewise, yoga strengthens and stretches all areas of your body, and you can control the level of intensity depending on what choices you make during class. 

Ultimately, you are the only one who knows what feels right in your body. If you are concerned about attending a class due to an existing or potential injury, just drop me an email and we can discuss what would work best for you. 

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