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What to Know Before Your First Class
For the comfort and safety of all our students, please observe the following:
- Arrive 10 minutes before class.
- Leave your cell phone outside and silence it before class begins.
- Do not wear fragrances or lotions.
- Remove shoes before entering the practice room.
- Let your teacher know about any prior injuries or if you are pregnant.
- Sign in and print your name clearly.
- Be mindful and maintain silence during centering at the beginning of class and savasana at the end.
Plan to get to the studio at least 10 minutes before class begins so that you can check in. If you are new to yoga, it is a good idea to let the staff know so that they can welcome you and assist with any questions or concerns you may have. Please take your shoes off before entering the class space. There are cubbies for your belongings. Classes are 90 minutes long unless otherwise noted. Please notify the teacher if you need to leave before class ends, otherwise stay until the end to respect your practice and the practice of others around you. Understand that it’s completely normal to feel uncomfortable during your first yoga class. However, after a couple classes you will be more comfortable with the way it works and you will feel more relaxed to enjoy your experience. If you have a question or concern during the class, please let the instructor know quietly.
Although it is not required, we do recommend that you register online to reserve your space in class. Classes do occasionally fill up. Please come 10 minutes before class starts. Please check our class schedule for convenient times and registration.
If you have never done yoga before, have injuries or have any other physical condition, you should start with our Basics or Gentle classes. Over time your body will let you know when you are able to try other classes. Your instructor will also be able to help you should you have any questions.
Please bring a mat. If you forgot your mat or are new to Yoga, we have mats available for your convenience. Please leave all other belongings in the cubbies and please make sure to turn off your cell phones. No phones allowed inside the class.
You can wear traditional comfortable exercise clothing. Avoid clothing that is too baggy as it can bunch up or slide during practice. You may want to take off any jewelry before class as it can impair movements. Please note that Yoga is practiced on bare feet for better grip and movements on your mat. Though there are entire lines of yoga fashion, fancy gear is unnecessary.
If you have to eat something, a small snack such as a piece of fruit will be ok. Yoga rids the body of toxins so making sure you are properly hydrated is important especially for hot classes.
Visit our contact page and e-mail any specific questions. We will be happy to help!