NEWCOMERS GUIDE

1.)  CHOOSE THE CLASS YOU WANT TO TAKE

You are welcome to take any class on our schedule, even brand new beginners jump into our open level classes if you prefer to take on the challenge your first day. Beginner classes are offered 2 days a week- Tuesday evening & Saturday Morning. We have a few other styles as well.  Please come early and sit towards the back as it is easier to follow from that space. Go at your own pace and take breaks when you need.


2.) PREREGISTER?

PREREGISTER ONLINE OR FEEL FREE TO WALK-IN. If it is your first day, please come 25 minutes early. 

Please note we do not accept registrations over the phone. We have a large space and unless it is a holiday or special event, we can accommodate many. Latecomers may not be accepted. No practitioners under 18.  Sorry! Preregistrations honored up to 6 minutes before class start. 


3.) WHERE? BE? BRING?

WHERE anything you are comfortable sweating in: Stretch pants, tank or t-shirt is typical for the ladies. Swim shorts/athletic shorts & tank or t-shirt is typical for the men. Nothing heavy like sweatpants is advised & No shoes for yoga.

BE Hydrated, clean of any smells (good or bad). Eat no less than 2 hours before class. Empty stomach is best.

BRING A yoga mat, bottle of water, a large beach or bath towel to lay over your mat. Cash/CC for any purchases.  

MAT RENTAL: $2

BOTTLED WATER: $2 

Hot Yoga Towels Available for purchase. 


4.)  House Etiquette

  • Please come on time. Latecomers may not be accepted if the studio is full or class has been in session more than 10 minutes. At times the door may be locked once class has begun for the security of personal items.

  • Go at your own pace, take breaks when you need to.

  • Keep the noise down a little. Chat it up in the lobby but keep it to a whisper in the yoga room.

  • Absolutely NO CELLPHONES in the practice studio. No Talking on the phone anywhere in our space. Please step into the hallway for a call.

  • Stay for the whole class. Packing up during our final quieting moments sucks a little for the rest of the class as it disrupts the peace. It also robs you of the most important part of your practice. Stay...relax. "The beginners mind skips savasana." -Dharma Mittra