What to expect

  • Instructors usually arrive 15 minutes before class, but please be patient with us if we arrive later than that, many of us are coming from other jobs, school, or our families.
  • Come to class in comfortable clothes that you can stretch in. No fancy "yoga clothes" are required.
  • Remove your shoes and silent your phone as soon as you arrive. Refrain from holding loud conversations, this is a healing sanctuary, a place for quiet reflection, and should be treated as such.
  • Come to class with an empty stomach. 
  • Bring a yoga mat or rug. We have mats for sale and ones you can borrow if you forget yours. 
  • Please let your instructor know if it is your first ever yoga class and ALWAYS inform your instructor of injuries or health conditions so that they may give you any modifications and precautions.
  • Yoga is not a competition. Give yourself permission to progress at your own pace. Give your body the freedom to practice without comparing it to the other students in the class or trying to force it into the ideal position.
  • "Stira Sukha Asana" - Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.  When practiced properly, yoga is steady and comfortable. Never strain or endure pain or discomfort in a yoga posture, if it hurts it's NOT yoga! Be assured, you gain much more benefit from relaxing in your yoga class than straining & grasping.