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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What should I bring to class

  • Bring a Yoga mat if you have one and if you don’t we have some at the studio!
  • Bring a water bottle if you like to rehydrate during movement.
  • Wear clothing that allows you to move freely. Your clothing should not be so loose that it pulls away from the body went bent over, but not so tight you can’t breath and move freely.
  • Be prepared to move and also be prepared to have moments of stillness.
  • Bring a positive and open attitude towards the discovery of your new practice!

What time should I arrive for class

If it’s your first class, we recommend 10-15 minutes prior to class start. This will allow the instructor to help get you set up and show you the studio. If you’re a regular practitioner we recommend 5-10 minutes prior to class start time so you can get centered and comfortable.

Do I need to pre-register for class

We happily accept walk ins. You do not need to pre-register for class, however in classes that are full, pre-registration guarantees your spot over a walk-in.

I am currently pregnant or managing a medical condition/injury. Can I still participate in class?

Please consult your physician and have them clear you for yoga before attending class. After you have consulted your physician, please let your instructor know of any conditions prior to class so she/he can be aware of the condition as well as offer options for you to feel successful and safe in class.

Where can I put my cell phone and belongings during class?

We strongly encourage you to leave your cell phone in your car or in our storage cubbies so there is no distraction. Cell phones aren’t allowed in the practice area during class to offer respect to all participants. The instructor will lock the front door to the studio so that all possessions are secure.

What if I have to leave early?

We encourage you to stay for a full class, however, if you need to leave a few minutes early, please let your instructor know so she or he knows you are ok. Then quietly gather your things and exit with as little distraction as possible. We also ask, that you leave prior to the entire close moving into final relaxation to minimize the disruption.