- As a teacher I love creating my classes on the go. I have a look at the students present and determine a class that will suit the average level best. If you come late you are not included in this calculation. The class might end up much harder or easier than it could have been.
- You miss the opportunity to let me know of injuries or concerns you have. If you do let me know, the information might severely compromise the flow I had initiated for the class. The class starts feeling segmented, the flow uncomfortable.
- It disrupt the teacher but also your fellow members. The teacher has to interrupt the class to attend to you. Ensuring you are fine and setting your reformer.
- Finally it is an injury risk. The first 10 minutes prime your body for the more challenging moves to come. Joining without being warmed up increases the risks of muscle tears and various aches and pain.
Come early :)