Update August 2020:
If you are experiencing problems signing in to your account, registering for classes or finding the link for classes you have registered for, the following may help.
Changes were made this year to the way websites can work together, intending to prevent unwanted tracking between websites. This means that sometimes the link between the Yoga Now website and the Tula booking system is not as seamless as it once was. We are hoping to fix this as soon as possible.
In the meantime, it will still work and it is still secure and safe to use. However, you may need to sign in more than once when using some browsers.
It will probably work as normal if you are using Firefox.
With other browsers (e.g. Safari, Chrome) you may need to register twice. When attempting to register for a class, or attend a class, a second window will open, asking you to sign in again. If you sign in here and stay in this window, you will be able to register or find the link for the class.
Please remember that to see the broadcast link for a class, you need to be both registered for the class AND signed in to your account.
Also, the zoom links for classes go online a week at a time, so you won’t see next week’s links this week as they are not there yet. You may need to refresh the Timetable page to see them when you log back in.
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