About Younion Yoga

Are all classes taught in English?
Yes. Unless otherwise indicated on the schedule. However, if all of the attending students speak German, depending on the instructor, classes might be held in German. Feel free to ask which classes are most suitable, if you feel your English is not good enough.

What styles do you teach at Younion Yoga?
The more active yoga classes are a mixture of Hatha and Vinyasa flow, the passive yoga styles are either Yin or Restorative Yoga.

Do you offer classes for beginners?
Yes. We want everyone to learn yoga and use it as a way to improve the quality of your life. We also periodically hold workshops that are designed to help beginners step confidently into a yoga studio. Please check the schedule for specific days and times for the beginner classes.

I am pregnant. Can I still join your classes?
In any case: please inform your teacher about the pregnancy. If you have practiced yoga before, are feeling healthy and have no physical limitations or injuries, you may join any class. Since you are experienced, we assume, you are able to listen to your body and stick to what feels good. If you have little experience with yoga, we recommend a beginners class.

I have an injury. Can I still practice yoga?
If you have an injury or condition that could affect your practice, please inform the teacher before class, so they can recommend suitable modifications. Depending on your injury or if you are recovering from an accident, private classes could be a good alternative since they focuses on your personal needs.

When do I pay for classes?
You can purchase a class pass before or after class at the studio. Payment options are: cash/TWINT/credit or debit card or you can also make a bank transfer to IBAN CH04 0070 0114 8027 5824 1

Can I pay with credit card?
Yes. We can process credit- and debit cards, with the exception of PostFinance debit cards.

Where is the studio?
You will find us in the backyard of Winterthurerstrasse 47, right in the triangle of Kinkelstrasse, Seilbahn Rigiblick and Scheuchzerstrasse (tram no. 9 or 10 to Kinkelstrasse, or bus no. 33 to Scheuchzerstrasse). Have a look at the map. Please arrive early enough to find our hidden gem.