General terms of Spiral Way Healing Arts


Yoga is physically challenging and carries with it risks. Participation in any in person, live or recorded online class is entirely at your risk. Beth Molaro and Spiral Way Healing Arts cannot be held responsible for any injury or harm you may sustain whilst undertaking an online or in person class. By taking part in any online or in person class you are accepting that you have read, understood and agreed to follow these General Terms.


Always seek the advice of a qualified health professional before starting or changing any exercise program or making a lifestyle change. The content of classes and is not intended to provide medical advice or make medical diagnoses. You must act safely and sensibly at all times. Only you can monitor your condition during class and you are fully responsible for your own safety and wellbeing.


Please do not come to any in-person class or event if you are not well, have any Covid symptoms or any cold and flu symptoms.​ Masks are optional for in-person classes and events.

Single class credits, multi-class passes and monthly memberships are non-refundable. Payment must be received in advance online through the booking system. Cash payments will not be accepted.

Classes can be cancelled up to 4 hours in advance via your online account. No refunds will be given for cancellations with less than 4 hours notice or if you don't turn up to your class, private lesson or workshop.
All online classes are recorded. If you are registered for class but do not attend, you will receive the recording from class to practice on your own. You will have access to the recording for 48 hours.
Private lessons can be rescheduled up to 24 hours in advance with no charge.
Workshops can be cancelled up to 7 days in advance for a full refund minus a 5% admin fee. Cancelling a workshop with less than 7 days notice may result in a full or partial refund only if the space is resold.

For Online CLASSES and WORKSHOPS some Helpful Tips for Practice:

You will need a device (computer, tablet or phone) with wifi to connect to our Zoom class link.

We start class promptly at the scheduled time. It is a good practice to Login 5 -10 minutes before our start time to set-up and to check in with your teacher.

It is helpful to have a YOGA MAT but you can also use a towel or rug to practice on.

We will use a SPOT AT THE WALL for some of our classes. This simply needs to be a place at the wall where you can lie on the floor and put your legs up the wall. Sometimes we will stand at the wall with hands on the wall, so if you have a clear space without artwork hanging on the wall, that would be ideal. You can also use a door as your wall space.

We will use a BOLSTER or pillows or even a rolled up blanket or towel in our practice most days. Our preferred bolster is about 8 inches in diameter and about 30 inches long, however we want to work with a variety of different pillows and cushions as we see what will work best for your body. So before you go out and buy a bolster, gather what you can from what you already have at home and we'll explore the variety and figure out what will work best for you.

We will often use a STRAP in our practice. Strapwork is an important component of many of our sequences. Your strap can be a typical yoga strap, a belt or dog leash or scarf. As long as it is not elastic, the material is not important but it should be 5-6 feet long or so.

Occasionally, we will use a BLOCK. This can be a typical yoga block made of foam or wood, or it can be a few books.

A CHAIR is also used as a prop occasionally. Look for a chair that you already have. The chair should NOT have wheels and it is nice if it does not have arms... maybe a folding chair or dining chair.

In our approach to yoga, the instructor rarely demonstrates but rather relies on verbal cueing to direct the students through the sequences. So it is more important that your teacher can see you on your mat than it is for you to see them on the screen. Camera placement is a key in our ability to see and effectively cue for each individual in class.

Here are some tips here for you about camera placement, sound and clothing. The more completely that you can be seen, the better we can take care of each of you.

For our live Yoga classes, if possible, place the camera about 6 feet away and at least 3 feet high off the floor, in a way that shows all of your mat and body as you move through the classes.

If possible, wear clothes that contrast with the color of your mat and that are not too dark or loose-fitting. It is also helpful if your top and bottom are contrasting colors. This will make it easier for me to observe you during practice.

The idea is for your body to be seen in the clearest possible way. What the teacher is able to see is extremely important as it informs cueing and teaching.
Wear clothes that allow you to move and that will keep you warm.

You need to be able to hear the cues as your teacher guides you through the classes so make sure your speaker is at a good volume. Your space should be well lit so that you are visible.

Have all of your props within reach.

All students will be muted after our check in time at the beginning of class.
When prompted as you sign on to Zoom, please grant permission for the host to unmute you so that we can easily communicate during class.
You are always welcome to unmute yourself when you have questions or need specific guidance.
If you have granted permission for the host to unmute you, then you need only wave at the camera and your teacher will be able to unmute you without you having to leave your mat.


- Mats and props are available or you are welcome to bring your own mat and any other props you like to use.
- Space is limited so you are required to pre-register to reserve your space. Walk-ins are only accepted if space permits.

- Our Video Libraries are available by subscription. See pricing page for more information.