New Student - Uni Yoga Dublin

Information for New Students


We are very happy you found us! And we look forward to welcoming you into our classes and introducing you to your first yoga practice and philosophy of life. But before you begin there are some tips that you may find helpful to prepare you for your first class.


The best way to get to know our distinct yoga style is through is booking online for Drop in or membership Monthly class pass (practicing once or twice a week). You are eligible for 10% off your next package if you sign up for 3 months in advance.


The monthly pass will be activated on the first day of each month bought by the practitioner.


If you have never done yoga before don´t worry just sign up in one of our Yoga Flow classes that is suitable for beginners:
Save time by filling up the new student agreement before your first Class. Send us an email with your “Agreement Request” to and bring it with you signed.sample link

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What Should I do before the class?

Hydrate and eat lightly before class.

What should I wear to the class?

Wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely.

What should I bring to the class?

Bring a bottle of water – we do not sell water.

You may want to bring a small towel.

What do you provide?

We provide free yoga mats to use in the class.

Where Do I Put My Things?

Change rooms have lockers that you can use free of charge.

When should I arrive?

Arrive at the studio at least 10 minutes before class is scheduled to start.

What is the most important thing?

To have fun!



Remember that everyone had a first you are not alone so be kind and patient with yourself and let things flow.


The teacher is there to assist and guide you through your class if you have any difficulties or doubts don’t be shy and ask.


Please let the teacher know if you are pregnant, injured or have any other health concerns that may affect your practice or aggravate the problem.


Always come to class with an open mind and allow yourself to recharge your batteries.


To Breath.

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