Here at The Yoga Shed, we endeavour to make Yoga as accessible and inclusive as possible. However, online content cannot replace face to face classes in its ability to adapt sessions for you.
Therefore, it is the responsibility of YOU, the practitioner, to ensure that you only access and use content on this website that is suited to your abilities, and knowledge. It is also essential that you choose content that is appropriate for any specific health considerations you may have.
By continuing, you also agree to the following:
- That you understand any instruction or techniques given are simply options and are not intended to replace medical advice.
- That you will seek proper medical advice for any injury, illness (physical and mental) or any other concerns you may have, before proceeding to use the class content.
- That all content is for Educational Purposes Only.
- That you will gauge the safety of the content, pertaining to it being within your personal limitations. In that regard, it is requested that you do not share the content with others.
- You understand that there is an inherent risk associated with any exercise programme, including your voluntary participation in yoga. The Yoga Shed assumes no responsibility for any injuries or accidents suﬀered whilst practicing the online yoga content.
- That, if you are unsure of any content, you can contact the Yoga Shed for further information and help.
- That whilst you may feel exertion, you should also feel relaxed when doing any yoga practice. If you experience any pain or discomfort, stop immediately.
- You must be 18 years or older to use The Yoga Shed’s service.
- You agree to our cancellation policy.
- You are not resident in the US or Canada.
We want you to enjoy your Yoga experience. As a golden rule – if it doesn’t feel good, don’t do it. If you are not sure, ask. We are here to help.
Additionally, it is suggested that in order to get the best possible experience, start any yoga practice slowly and gently. Gradually building strength and knowledge before attempting more challenging practices. Choose an appropriate level for you and acknowledge that the body and mind may need a diﬀerent approach each time you do yoga.
Our philosophy is to invite a compassionate approach to body and mind.