The following legal agreement needs to be agreed to when registering online and in studio for any and all classes at Ocean Air Yoga.
I acknowledge that Ocean Air Yoga will provide classes requiring both physical and mental exertion on my behalf. I will at all times operate to my own levels of exertion, taking particular care of any injury or complaint that I carry when participating at any given time.
I acknowledge that yoga is a physical and dynamic practice that requires both mental and physical focus in order to avoid potential injury, and that injury and soreness are a real and material risk in every class. I will always keep the Ocean Air Yoga instructor informed of my comfort levels and will immediately cease any activity if I become uncomfortable with my condition.
In registering as a new student I accept that Ocean Air Yoga or its representatives is in no way responsible for the safekeeping of my personal belongings while I attend class.
I voluntarily participate in classes with full knowledge that there is risk of personal injury, property loss or death. I agree that either I, my heirs, assigns or legal representatives will NOT sue or make any other claims of any kind whatsoever against Ocean Air Yoga or its members for any personal injury, property damage/loss, or wrongful death, whether caused by negligence or otherwise.
By participating in classes at Ocean Air Yoga, you agree to the following code of conduct:
Student Legal Agreement for Direct Debit Membership
Yoga is a system of self-investigation, self-transformation and self-realisation. Its practices and lifestyle aim to integrate the body, mind, heart and spirit and awaken students to their innate wholeness.
The role of the yoga teacher is to guide and support students in their practice of yoga. Yoga teachers aim to nurture the physical, emotional, psychological, social and spiritual well-being of students.
This Statement of Ethics is based on the traditional yogic ethical principles, the yamas and niyamas, as outlined in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras. This Statement of Ethics reflects the timeless, living principle that our essential nature is awake, aware, compassionate and peaceful.