Everyone is a little different, just make sure to not eat too heavy before class, no food at least 2 hours before and replenish with lots of fruits and greens after class.
We recommend for beginners to come at least 3-4 times a week during their first month. This will help your body acclimate to the temperature as well as all postures practiced during class. After your first month is up, 2-3 times a week is ideal – though the more yoga, the better 😉
Make sure you book your first class ahead of time through our website. All our classes are beginner friendly – no experience necessary, so we suggest you read about our class styles and pick the one that you feel the most comfortable with.
Arrive to the studio 15 minutes early to have enough time to sign our studio waiver, set up in the yoga room and just relax on your mat for a few before the start of class.
You will always need a mat, large towel and a water bottle for all our classes (HIIT included).
Dress comfortably, dry-fit clothes preferably, nothing heavy like cotton as you will sweat a lot! You will practice barefoot as well.
During class, be okay with being a little lost and not being able to do every single pose. Try your best and make sure to always breath normally. Take breaks, as many as you need to and try to stay in the yoga room. As with most other activities, the more consistent you are, the more classes you take, the better! You will slowly begin to feel and see the changes, and your understanding of the practice will also improve with time.
Phones and smart watches: Unless you have a tiny newborn at home, are a doctor on call or have any type of unique circumstance, we highly encourage you turn your phones and watches off or on silent and place them away from your practice space. Disconnect for one hour, it will do you good! Checking phones and smart watches during class is extremely distracting to your fellow mat neighbors and your teacher, but if you ever have a special circumstance where you need to keep your phone nearby during class, please let the teacher know before class.
After class, make sure to drink lots of fluids and eat good foods. Any soreness or weird aches are usually very normal during your first month of yoga. If ever your feel a weird pain or have any concerns, make sure to talk to any teacher or staff at the desk, we would love to help.
We offer private session for all our class styles.
If you are a first timer to yoga, we actually don’t recommend your first class be a private. Its a lot of information to take in, and being able to take a normal group class as your very first class, will allow you to experience a little bit of everything. Allow yourself to be lost and be okay with not being able to do every single pose. These things will improve with time!
Once you have a few classes under your belt, booking a private will be a great idea. With a bit of understanding and background knowledge, you will be able to bring in specific concerns, things you’d like to improve, and possibly new material you’d like to explore. The session is yours, you and the teacher will go through whatever you want to cover. And if you don’t really have an idea, then you can simply go through the “basics” of Bikram, or Vinyasa, etc.
We offer 60/75/90 minute sessions, prices vary, and teacher will depend on his/her availability.
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Please make sure you sign the waiver.
Please arrive 15 minutes early
Leaving front door open for late students is not guaranteed
If you cannot make it to class, you must cancel yourself out of class at least 2 hours before in order to avoid a $5 no show /cancellation fee
Please take your shoes o before entering.
Please turn off or silence your phone before entering the yoga room.
Be mindful of others and please keep your conversations to a minimun before class
Please be conscious of any fragrances, as some people have allergies.