First Time Students
New Student Special: 30 Days for $30.00 unlimited yoga. Ready to give this an honest effort? Then take advantage of this great deal. It’s ONLY for First-Time students. You have 30 days of unlimited yoga for just $30 – you can’t beat this deal to help you get started looking and feeling better. Must purchase before September 30, 2017.
Children must be 13 years of age or older to attend all classes other than specially scheduled childrens classes.
Our classes are designed to welcome all levels of students from beginners to seasoned yogis. Instructors will guide you through each asana (postures) and pranyama (breathing technique) with step-by-step instructions that allow beginners to follow along and seasoned yogis to go deeper into their practice.
Your First Class we ask that you:
- Please arrive 15 minutes early to allow time to register and familiarize yourself with the studio.
- Bring a large
bath size towel, washcloth or hand towel, bottle of water, and a yoga mat. If you don’t have a mat, you can rent one or purchase one in the studio.
- Mats are a critical piece of equipment for an on-going practice of yoga, so we encourage you to purchase a mat to fit your needs.
- Want to just drop in to try a class before committing? Come for a single class!
What to Wear
What to wear is a frequently asked question. NO shoes in the yoga room – yoga is all about the bare feet. You’ll want stretchy (not loose) clothes that are comfortable and cool – especially if you’re coming for hot yoga. You’ll be moving around a lot and this is a vigorous (sweaty) workout even in the non-heated classes.
Don’t Have Anything Heavy in Your Stomach
If you eat a big meal before coming to class you will get nauseous. It’s also not a good idea to come on a completely empty stomach as this can cause you to be faint. Get to know your body and eat appropriately. Also don’t gulp down a big caffeinated beverage just before class. Caffeine dehydrates the body. Drink plenty of water prior to class as you will be sweating. If you find you cramp, replace your electrolytes. Beware of sugary “electrolyte” replacement drinks. Coconut water is a good refresher.
Please call if you have questions or need additional information!