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Whether you're heading back to your yoga class after a period away, or this is your first time attending one, our Yogamatters back-to-studio collection has everything you need for your...

Whether you're heading back to your yoga class after a period away, or this is your first time attending one, our Yogamatters back-to-studio collection has everything you need for your next session. From hot yoga to restorative, hatha or yin, this signature collection features a range of studio yoga mats, clothing and props for your preferred yoga style. Shop our yoga studio range and build a kit that will help you achieve a successful and fulfilling session.

Whether you're heading back to your yoga class after a period away, or this is your first time...

Whether you're heading back to your yoga class after a period away, or this is your first time attending one, our Yogamatters back-to-studio collection has everything you need for your next session. From hot yoga to restorative, hatha or yin, this signature collection features a range of studio yoga mats, clothing and props for your preferred yoga style. Shop our yoga studio range and build a kit that will help you achieve a successful and fulfilling session.

If you're looking to improve your yoga wardrobe, Varley offers functional, stylish pieces created with athletic performance in mind. Varley clothing is ideal for those travelling to and from yoga classes, as these athleisure pieces can be easily layered to create an everyday outfit. Shop the full collection of Varley yoga clothing to level up your current workout wardrobe.

Is it better to do yoga at home or at a studio?
Whether you choose to do yoga in the comfort of your own home, or in a studio setting, this is entirely down to your own personal preference. While some yogis prefer practicing solo in a familiar environment, some prefer the sense of camaraderie and motivation of being in an instructor-led group. However, if you're looking to attend a yoga class at a studio, our exclusive 'back to studio' collection offers a selection of products for a variety of yoga styles. Whether you're looking to expand your yoga mat collection, or you're looking to purchase a yoga prop to help you tackle a challenging pose, shop our collection of yoga studio props.

What does a yoga class involve?
Though the content and nature of a class is down to the individual instructor, there are a few common themes that you can expect from attending a yoga session. Starting with awareness of the breath and some warm-ups (which can also be different depending on the instructor) a sequence of poses will follow. Meanwhile, the end of the class will focus on led relaxation to help you wind down. Most yoga classes will have a particular theme or focus, which is likely to vary between each session you attend.

How long should a yoga session be?
In general, a yoga session should be around 20-30 minutes in duration, which is the most common length of beginner and mid-level yoga classes. However, more advanced sessions, such as Ashtanga yoga, can last up to 90 minutes. If you're just starting out and practicing yoga alone, we recommend short and regular routines, so 20-minute daily sessions. However, some experienced practitioners prefer longer and more frequent classes, such as two to three one-hour sessions a week.