Pre-Booking: It is incredibly helpful for us, if you pre-book into class, and it also assures your space. This being said we do happily accept walk-ins, if there is space.
Cancellation Policy: You can cancel out of class at any time prior to the start of class. Please always cancel if you are unable to attend. If you fail to cancel yourself out prior to the start of class then this is when a cancellation charges maybe applicable i.e. charge of £10 (for unlimited memberships including the intro offer) or lose the class (for 5 or 10 class cards).
Please note that you must be in the room for the start if class, we do not permit latecomers.
NEW BYC GUIDELINES (August 2020)
It is BYC’s primary intention to always create the safest possible environment for practising at our studio. Our class policy and procedures are in line with UK Active and the recent government guidelines.
It is very important that you read these guidelines before coming to class.
Note that class capacity has been reduced to 24 PLACES ONLY AND WALK-INS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED – NO EXCEPTIONS.
To practise at the studio you MUST:
-Please prebook into Class. You will be unable to attend a class at BYC hot yoga unless you have prebooked it online. No exceptions.
– Do not come to practise at BYC hot yoga if you have
a)been diagnosed with Covid in the last 14 days
b)have been advised to self isolate or quarantine in the last 14 days
c) have any covid symptoms:
Fever (a temperature of 37.8 degrees centigrade or above).
A new persistent dry cough.
Shortness of breath and breathing difficulties.
Loss of taste and/or smell.
d)have been in close contact (within 2 metres) of anyone suffering with any of the Covid-19 symptoms in the last 14 days.
-Buy booking into class at BYC hot yoga I agree:
1)I will wear a mask in all areas of the studio that it is applicable
2) I will sanitise my hands on entering the building
3) I will social distance, 2 meters at all times while in BYC hot yoga.
4) I will agree to have my temperature taken each time I enter the building.
5) It is advised to bring you own yoga mat and towels. However BYC will be renting these if you are unable to.
-BYC hot yoga’s changing rooms will have limited access and shower facilities will not be in use for the time being. Therefore we ask that you come ready for class and go home to shower. The toilets will of course be accessible, but we ask that you adhere to all social distancing rules and wear masks while using the facilities.
-for the health and safety of all BYC will be cashless, all payments must be by card.
-Please arrive on time for class no latecomers will be permitted
– Cancellation – due to the limited number of spaces, there is a strict cancellation policy for all BYC classes, NO EXCEPTIONS.
If you cancel anytime prior to 12 hrs before the start of class no fee will be charged. If you cancel anytime 12 hrs before the start of class you will loose this class or if you are on an unlimited membership you will be charged a £10 cancellation fee.
Your new BYC Routine:
1 – please keep 2 m distance when entering the studio.
2 – sanitise your hands on entering the building.
3 – remove your shoes and leave them in the cubbies provided. Please note that all belongings are left at owners own risk.
4 – come up stairs to sign in at reception. Before we can sign you into class we will take your temperature. If you have a high temperature you will not be permitted into class.
5 – Everyone must sign and complete our new COVID waver before practising at BYC.
6 – You can enter the changing facilities to leave your belongings, but there will be limited access of 4 people at one time to these rooms. Also BYC shower facilities will not be in use at this time. We therefore advise coming in your yoga gear ready to practise and going home to shower. All belongings are left at owners own risk.
7 – There is a new one way system in and out of the studio room. There is no longer access from the ladies changing rooms. Please adhere to the markings on the floor.
8 – We recommend bringing your own mat and towels however BYC will be hiring these for £1.50 each. All BYC mats will be steam cleaned after each use. If you do use a BYC mat we ask that you ensure the whole thing is covered, this may mean you need to bring two towels or one grip mat towel.
9 – 24 spaces are marked in the room for practising. Please align the front of your mat with the white marks provided.
10 – DO NOT PRACTISE ON THE CARPET. We will be steaming cleaning the carpet daily, however we ask that you do not practise or lie on the carpet at any time.
11 – If you are taking tissues with you into the room, you need to take a bag to dispose of them in with you as well.
12 – Please clean up you area, including you sweat before leaving the room. Leave any BYC mat you have hired on the floor to be steam cleaned by staff.
13 – There will be no props allowed until further notice.
14 – All property i.e. towels and yoga kit/clothing left behind will be disposed of and destroyed.
Thank you for your understanding. We are doing our best, so please work with us as we find the best way for all during this new Covid era.
What we have done/are doing to keep you safe:
1- We have replaced our carpet with a wonderful new mat floor, specifically designed for yoga. We steam cleaning this floor at the end of every day and mopping it after every class.
2 – We have installed 2 state of the art UV Air Disinfection Devices! These are used in the food industry and medical environments, to disinfect air and destroy airborne viruses, bacteria and moulds. The GRU-V® UV Air Disinfection Device destroys more than 99.99% of Covid-19, Coronavirus, Influenza, MRSA, Tuberculosis, E-Coli, bacteria and airborne viruses. It controls the spread of infection, disinfects and improves air quality, providing air sterilisation and purification… OH YES!
3 – We are steam cleaning our mats after every use. Mats will now cost £1.50 to hire or can be incorporated into Unlimited memberships for a fee – ask at reception or email us at email@example.com.
4 – We are being deep cleaned at the end of every day.
5 – Our staff will be regularly cleaning doors handles/the toilet facilities.
6 – We have reduced class size to only 24 customers assuring a 2m distance.
7 – Shower facilities will not be in use and there can only be 4 people in the changing rooms at one time.
8 – there is a one way system in and out of the studio room.
9 – The breathing at the beginning and end of the class has been changed to be through the nose only – this will be explained each class.
14 years old. Under 16′s must be accompanied by an adult (over 18 years old) each time they practise. Their parent/guardian must sign their registration form. We offer an £8 Drop In rate for under 16′s.
16 and 17 year olds must be accompanied by an adult (over 18 years of age) on their first visit. Their parent/guardian must countersign their registration form. After their first accompanied visit, they are then able to come to class on their own.
Pre-Booking: It is incredibly helpful for us, if you pre-book into class, and it also assures your space. This being said we do happily accept walk-ins, if there is space.
If you pre-book, you can cancel out of class at any time prior to the start of class. Please always cancel if you are unable to attend. If you fail to cancel yourself out prior to the start of class then this is when a cancellation charges maybe applicable i.e. charge of £10 (for unlimited memberships including the intro offer) or lose the class (for 5 or 10 class cards).
Doors open 30 minutes before class starts (15minutes before 06:15am & 45 minutes for 6.15pm/8:15pm classes). We shut the doors half an hour after class has finished.
If you are new to class please come 15 minutes early so you have time to fill out a Registration Form. You can save time by printing and filling out our Registration Form from the website.
Please see online T&C’s for booking our cancellation policies.
If you have Asthma, you must always have your Blue inhaler on you to attend any class at BYC hot yoga.
Practising yoga in a heated room will be good for you in several ways:
The heat helps to relax the muscles and nerves.
The intensity at which you practice is up to you, appropriate for your needs.
If you are concerned about overexertion triggering an attack, use less effort. Sit down and relax whenever you need to.
It will relax your mind, letting go of tension, toxins and negativity.
Your lungs and heart are strengthened, improving our lung function.
In the long term you will be able to breath easier and deeper.
Even if the class you have chosen is not a heated one, there are still wonderful benefits for your mind, body & lungs.
You are welcome to join any class at BYC with high blood pressure, as long as you have been given the ok by your doctor to engage in strenuous exercise.
Always let BYC staff and teachers now about any medical issues include your blood pressure.
Make sure you take it easy and sit down/miss out postures if you need to.
Please let our Teachers and Staff know.
We are happy to hold any class card for the duration of your pregnancy, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Practising While Pregnant:
During the delicate and critical time of your first trimester we ask you to refrain from practising at BYC.
If you are pregnant and have never practised Bikram/ Hot Vinyasa or Yin Yoga before, we suggest that you find a gentle pregnancy yoga class and come back to regular BYC Yoga classes about eight weeks after the birth of your child.
If you have had a regular BYC Yoga practise of no less than 1 year before becoming pregnant, please talk to a senior teacher after your first trimester, about resuming regular classes. Any less than this and we would again advise you to find a gentler yoga class for the duration of your pregnancy.
When you are pregnant your body temperature is already higher; therefore you would need a cooler part of the room. In addition, compressions or lying on your back are not recommended. Please inform your instructor to enable them to work with you.
Returning Post Pregnancy:
In regards to resuming your BYC Yoga practise or taking up a practise postpartum, we advice waiting approximately eight weeks after the birth of your child (including C-sections). We ask that you have been signed off by your GP/ health practitioner as ok to resume exercise, prior to your first class after birth.
If your doctor has okayed you to return to exercise postpartum, please ask the reception staff to give you the modification sheet to take into class, if you should need.
If you are breast feeding please make sure you adequately hydrate. It may also be uncomfortable to lie on your front, in this instance you may wish to practise the pregnancy serious for the belly down postures.
We always recommend that you speak to your doctor and any health workers supervising your pregnancy about what type of exercise is right for you and your baby.
If you are suffering from a medical condition that you feel might prohibit you from taking part in a hot yoga practise, please always check with your doctor. If your doctor has signed you off as ok to participate in strenuous exercise, then you are ok to join the class. However, if they recommend a gentle yoga then our Yin Yoga classes or mediation (Nidra/Restore & Renew) maybe more appropriate.
Bikram Yoga is suitable for all ages and levels of ability above 14 years old (the ability to sweat is essential to prevent overheating). It may be more challenging to some and certain modifications may need to be made. Always check with your doctor if you have a concern and inform the instructor prior to the class.
Hot Yoga is not recommended if any of the following applies:
* If you are fasting.
* If you have a fever or suffering from an infectious disease.
* If you are already doing an intense detoxification
* If you are pregnant and have less than 1 years of regular hot yoga practice.
* If you are receiving dialysis treatment or have any major kidney issues.
* If you have recently suffered from a stroke (6 months).
* If you have a heart condition (unless your doctor has okayed you to participate in strenuous exercise
* If you are recovering from recent surgery.
* If you are on any medication that advises against strenuous exercise.
* If you have recently had a tattoo.
You should not come to class hungry. Although, it is best not to eat anything heavy 1 to 2 hours before class, but you will want something to fuel you.
It is equally important to properly feed/fuel your body. You wouldn’t expect beautiful trees to flourish, without sunlight, water and nutrients from the soil, so why would you expect your body to work at it’s optimum, without feeding it the things it needs?
So, in order to get the best out of each and every class, we advise:
– Come to class well hydrated,
– learn to breath in and out through your nose for the entire class
– come to class having eaten a nutritious meal a few hours before!
Proteins and complex carbohydrates are great sources of energy. Energy derived from sugar, in all its many delicious forms, will provide you with a quick burst, but will see your energy levels dip and crash in class.
So, ladies and gentlemen, porridge, bananas, nuts, fish/chicken (not fried), whole wheats, veggies, eggs, hummus, lentils, the genius that is the avocado… to name a few. These are where our pre and post hot yoga fuel best lie.
For more information on Hydration and for those of you who would like to know a little more about what we mean when we say electrolytes see the question ‘What about drinking water before class?‘
You should drink plenty of water everyday.
It is estimated, for optimal well-being, we should drink at least 2 litres a day.
When you practise Hot Yoga you should aim to drink more. It is important to stay hydrated so that your elimination systems (bowel, urinary, and skin) can support your efforts.
Though you will drink small sips of water during class, the real hydration happens before and after.
Hydrate your life!
Hydration is key to Hot Yoga! And life, for that matter.
The key to hydration lies in water & salt…. Yes, salt.
Hydration isn’t about guzzling a litre of water right before class starts. Having a belly full of water is likely to make class feel even more challenging. Ideally, we should all be drinking at least 2 litres of pure water every day. That’s why all BYC teachers advise you to sip small amounts of water during class and to do your main hydrating throughout the day.
And of course, water alone does not equal hydration. We also require the right balance of electrolytes, which can be found in rock salt, sea salt or Himalayan salt.
When you exercise heavily, you lose electrolytes in your sweat, particularly sodium and potassium. These electrolytes must be replaced to keep the electrolyte concentrations of your body fluids constant. To help you do this, you could perhaps add a pinch of Himalayan salt to your water (with a squeeze of lemon juice for taste). Coconut water, Emergen-C or Nuun, all sold at BYC reception, also do the job nicely.
Why do we not sell or advice you to drink cold water in class? Just think: you are doing all this work to try to warm yourself up, if you hit your stomach with a blast of cold/ice water, your body gets confused… Hot? Cold? Whats happening?
Room-temperature water is easier for your body to assimilate than cold water. Our bodies have to use valuable energy to warm the water to absorb it, so drink room temperature water and, instead, use all your energy for your postures!
Water really is the stuff of life: it transports nutrients, hormones and other important molecules to where they are needed in the body. Did you know that we are 75% water and that the human brain is 85 % water (explains a lot of post Bikram happenings, if you ask me!). Medical research has found that when our bodies are dehydrated over a long time, it can develop symptoms of diseases such as asthma, diabetes, arthritis, obesity, Alzheimer’s, high blood pressure, migraine and many others. If we drank enough water daily, according to the experts, many cases of these debilitating diseases could be prevented or even cured! Water for thought, huh!?
For more information on how to fuel your body for class see FAQ ‘Can you eat before class?‘
Come as often as you can.
Yoga is the type of exercise you can do daily. The more you come the greater the benefits. Bikram advises a daily practise for the first two months to allow your body to really get used to the heat and build the strength needed for postures.
Don’t be put off if that seems like a daunting prospect, the harder this Yoga is for you initially, the more you need to do it and the more you are going to benefit from it. The time and effort you put in to Bikram Yoga will be returned to you tenfold. Its fun, it works!
You will find that lots of positive changes take place which will keep you wanting to come back. The key is to listen to your body. The teachers are always available before and after class if you want to talk about your practise.
Hot Bikram Yoga: 90 mins or 75 min
Yin Yoga: 75 mins
Hot Vinyasa Flow: 60mins.
Hot Inferno Pilates: 60 mins
We ask that you always come with the mind to practise the full class you are attending.
Avoid loose fitting clothes. Women mostly wear sports tops and shorts or leggings. Men wear shorts. T shirt optional.
Please dress appropriately for class, make sure you are properly covered!
For inspiration on Yoga workout clothes, maybe take a look at our online or in studio shop.
Here are a few What not to wears we have learned about from years of experience…
Women’s Loose fitting shorts: There is a fashion for short loosely fitted shorts for ladies. Unfortunately, during certain postures, these little shorts are not as flexible as you are… Need we say more!?
Who likes short shorts… If you have a love of the shorts of the smaller variety, please be mindful that these small shorts are enough in all yoga positions/postures.
Stress.org mention that regular exercise like Bikram Yoga, not only ‘keeps the heart healthy and gets oxygen into the system, but it helps deplete stress hormones and releases mood-enhancing chemicals, endorphins, which help us cope with stress better.’
Whether you are building muscle or stamina (both in Bikram Yoga), all types of exercise relax tense muscles and tissue.’ (Stress.org)
We may not be able to give you a weeks holiday in Mauritius, but we can give you 90 minutes of life-enhancing yoga to assist you to build the tools, so that everyday is as stress free as a holiday!
You will need:
A Mat – we hire these for £1.50 and steam clean them after every use. You are more the welcome to bring your own. Please note: we are unable to store mats for customers.
Water – we sell 500ml Belu Water for £0.60p. (All of Belu’s profits – yes ALL – go to WaterAid. To date, they have donated £1,003,290 transforming the lives of 66,920 people.)
Two bath Size Towels – Towel Hire £1.50/towel
(one to place on your mat during class and one if you choose to shower here after class)
£1 for our coin lockers.
Muscles, fascia and connective tissues become more elastic allowing for greater flexibility with less chance of injury.
It promotes sweating which assists the detoxification process using the body’s largest elimination organ: the skin.
Your blood becomes thinner, which clears the circulatory system.
When the body is between three and five degrees above normal temperature, T-cell output from the thymus gland is multiplied 20 fold. T-cells fight infection which in turn helps to keep the immune system functioning properly.
Warmer temperatures produce a fluid stretch that allows for greater range of motion in the joints.
Heart rate becomes elevated improving the cardiovascular system and fitness.
Warm muscles burn fat more effectively. When we stretch, the fat has no room to sit, so it redistributes to the blood stream. We can then use it as energy.
Capillaries respond to the heat by dilating. This allows more oxygen to muscles, tissues, organs and glands helping to remove waste products from the body.
Higher temperatures improve the function of the nervous system, meaning that messages are carried more rapidly to and from the brain or spinal cord.
The heat improves strength because proteins can be utilised more effectively.
It speeds the breakdown of glucose and fatty acids.
It strengthens willpower, self control and determination through the challenging environment.
All this giving you a wonderful glow from head to toe. The heat combined with the sequence of the postures is what makes Bikram Yoga so special.
Yes absolutely! In time the yoga will help you lose weight; with regular practice you will lose inches and develop muscle tone. Do not be surprised if at first you do not seem to be losing weight on the scales even thought you look lighter, do not forget muscle weighs more than body fat.
As you are losing weight you are building strength and stamina with the Yoga.
The Yoga provides a strong cardiovascular work out. Some of the postures speed up the heart rate in the first few seconds thus strengthening the heart. A good sign of health is that you can speed the heart rate up quickly and then slow it down quickly. You will learn to practice the postures with your breath.
The heat in the room supports your cardio work out.
Perfect! This Yoga is for you! This is one of the most common misconceptions that prevent people from coming to Yoga classes. Yoga is not all about how flexible you are, it is about stretching your body and spine in all directions. There are very few people that start Yoga perfectly healthy and flexible.
You just need to try the right way and go to your own edge and you will get 100% benefit.
There are so many more benefits from practicing Yoga as well as improved flexibility.
Latecomers Policy at BYC hot yoga:
Students are required to be in the room for the start of the class. This is for their own safety and to cause least disruption to the class.
This is why we have the faculty to PREBOOK but cancel out anytime prior to class, so you can assure you have your space.
Pre-Booking: It is incredibly helpful for us, if you pre-book into class, and it also assures your space. This being said we do happily accept walk-ins, if there is space. If you pre-book, you can cancel out of class at any time prior to the start of class. Please always cancel if you are unable to attend. If you fail to cancel yourself out prior to the start of class then this is when a cancellation charges maybe applicable i.e. charge of £10 (for unlimited memberships including the intro offer) or lose the class (for 5 or 10 class cards).
We have a set capacity which we do occasionally reach. This usually happens during bank holidays or times of reduced schedule (or Monday evenings ;).
To avoid disappointment remember to book into class one our website or using Mindbody App and make sure you arrive at least 5 mins before the start of class, otherwise you space maybe give away to people on the waitlist. Alternatively if you arrive early for one of these class (we open the doors half an hr before the start of class, except at the 6:30am when doors are opened 15 min before class).
Once we reach that capacity, which has been set for your comfort and safety, we are unable to admit anyone else into class.
We cannot offer refunds or extensions if you are unable to get into these classes.
We are unable to provide parking at the studio. Meter parking is available on the streets around the studio. As we are close to the end of a ‘no-through’ road, please be extra careful that you are not blocking in local residents. We are within walking distance of three stations and many buses stop outside the studio.
Our local Sainsbury’s store in Chiswick kindly allow our members to park for 3 hours (instead of the usual two), so they have time to practise their 90 minute Bikram Yoga class and do their shopping.
For the time being, to claim this extra hour of parking, you need to adhere to the following steps:
Park in Sainsburys.
Practise your class.
Shop in Sainsbury’s (MINIMUM £10 SPEND).
Take your shopping receipt AND your BYC Sainsbury’s Orange Parking Voucher, available at BYC reception, to customer services for parking validation.
You will need to hand in this Orange voucher to the Sainsbury Customer Service desk as proof you have just practised.
If Sainsbury’s barriers are broken, please continue to adhere to the steps as lined out with the addition of putting a BYC purple timetable card, logo out, visible on the dashboard of your car.
Leave Sainsbury’s carpark WITHIN the 3 hour time limit.
If you stay over 3 hours a £60 fine will be payable.
In order to keep this collaboration into the future, please always treat the staff at Sainsbury’s kindly and only take advantage of this generous offer on days when you visit BYC.
This offer is only available during Sainsbury’s customer services opening hours. Please check opening times with Sainsbury’s.
For anyone wishing to practise with a diagnosed heart condition we ask that you first check with your doctor as to whether Bikram Yoga is a suitable form of exercise for you. When you come to practise your first class, please bring in a note from your doctor confirming that you are well enough to participate in Bikram Yoga classes. We ask all Angina sufferers to carry their spray on them at all times while practising in the studio.
- Come to class well hydrated. After Eagle Pose, you can drink between the postures, but try to take small sips of water. The closer your water is to your body temperature, the quicker it can be assimilated by your body to hydrate you. That’s why we don’t advise bringing cold or iced water into the room.
- Make sure you come to class fully fuelled. Everyone has a different eating window: some can eat straight before class, others need to leave it 3hrs. Rule of thumb: make sure you’ve eaten something at least 2hrs before class. Never come on an empty stomach, you need the fuel.
- Leave your hand towel at home – you do not need it! Of course your hands will feel sweaty, your brow will feel sweaty, but practise allowing the sweat to fall. If we use a towel to grip, how are we ever going to get strong enough to work without one? Practise makes.. well, more practised and able! Following this ‘path of least resistance’ can help you achieve incredible strength and focus. Everytime you wipe the sweat away, it will just return. Conserve your energy for the postures and learn to let your sweat do it’s job. It’s your bodies way of keeping you at the right temperature. If you notice yourself getting frustrated, see if you can be aware of that feeling passing through you and let it go!
- It’s advisable to avoid the front row in your first class, however, as you progress, please feel free to move forward, don’t be scared. The front row can be an invaluable visual guide for new people practising behind. You don’t have to be perfect, (who is?!) but we simply ask you know the postures, before you make the move.
- Try to practise in different places around the room – mixing it up is fun! Come to class without preconceived ideas about where you’ll be in the room or about what the class will deliver. Let life surprise you!
- If you need to take a break during class, kneel down or sit down and join back in when you are ready. Stay in the room, that way you are still getting the benefits of class and building your stamina for your future classes.
- Be still between postures. Learn not to fiddle with your mat/clothes/hair in class, conserve your energies between postures. Focus on regulating your breathing in and out through your nose, calm and slow. Breathing is the key to your class. Master this and you will fly, quite literally ?
- Listen to your teacher. Everything you need to know is in their words. Every class you will hear something different because, as your practice deepens and your body opens, you will find yourself building deeper connections between the words and your body.
- Breathe (we’ve touched on this already but, it really is quite important this breathing malarkey! So, worth a second note). Never hold your breath in postures. Breathe in and out through the nose for the entire class.
- Make sure you come to class clean and fresh, in comfortable, appropriate clothing. Feel free to shower before class.
- Respect each other. If you need to blow your nose during class, please keep the tissue you use ON your towel.
- Don’t worry about what anyone else in the room is doing – focus on yourself and your breath for 90 minutes. When in life do we ever get 90 whole minutes to focus on just ourselves?
- Let go of judgement: of yourself, of others – every class will feel different. It should – you are evolving all the time!
- Be mindful of your fellow yogis. As a wise yogi once said ‘Everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about. Be kind. Always.’
- Always try your 100% best. Whether you are doing 1% of the posture or 99%, if you are following the correct alignment and giving it your all, you are getting 100% of the benefits. This is not to say push into anything that is painful or past your capabilities. Be honest with yourself and always listen to your body. We spend so much time listening to our minds, in class, listen to your body, it is speaking to you in so many ways.
- Come to class ready to accept whatever happens, with commitment, focus and patience.
- Move together and with the words – group energy in yoga is a powerful thing. Once you know the postures, if you move out of time, it means you are letting your mind get in the way. You aren’t present. You are cutting yourself off from the benefits and asking your fellow yogis/inis to work harder to maintain their focus.
- Everybody is different and every journey is different – enjoy yours every class.
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BYC Returns Policy Class Cards & Packages:
All BYC class cards are non refundable, non freezable and non transferable.
We will of course hold class cards for pregnancy and/or medical reasons. For medical/injury class card hold we require a doctor, physio, chiropractors (or whoever you are seeing in regards to the issue) note, attaining to the issue and that it has been keeping you from your yoga, emailed to us at email@example.com.
BYC Returns Policy for Workshops:
All BYC Workshops are non refundable, non freezable & non transferable.
We do not offer refunds on workshops. However, if you need to cancel out of the workshop and do so any time prior to 24hrs before the event, please email the studio at firstname.lastname@example.org and the fee will be credited to your BYC account. If you late cancel under 24hrs prior to class you will be charged in full.
If you have booked a package and need to cancel one or more of your Workshops, you will be charged full price for the Workshops you attend. The remaining amount will then be credit to your BYC account.
BYC Returns Policy for Yoga Clothes and Apparel: