FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When Should I Arrive?
We suggest arriving 15 minutes before class starts to meet the instructor and discuss any injuries or concerns. This also gives you enough time to get familiar with the space and fill out new student paperwork.
What Should I Wear?
Wear clothing that fits comfortably and allows you to breathe, bend, and stretch to your full range of motion without becoming uncomfortable. Yoga is best practiced without socks.
What Should I Bring to Class?
Bring a water bottle, yoga mat, and an open mind! Please leave cell phones in the reception area or turn them on silent.
Do You Have Yoga Mats for Use?
We have yoga mats at the studio for your use, free of charge! We also have props such as blocks, straps, blankets, and bolsters to make your yoga practice more comfortable and accessible.
Can I Let Friends/ Family Use Classes from my Class Block or Unlimited Pass?
Unfortunately, no! It is our policy that your block/unlimited pass is restricted to you alone.
Which Class is Right for Me?
If you’ve never done yoga, our gentle and community classes are great places to start! More experienced practitioners might choose Hatha, Yin, All Levels Flow, and Vinyasa. Please check out our class descriptions here to learn more.
Should I Pre-Register for Class?
You’re welcome to preregister for your class using the MindBody app, especially if you are running late or if you’d like to speak with the teacher ahead of time. However, you can also sign into class when you arrive!
How do I Know if a Class is Cancelled?
We post class cancellations on our website’s homepage and the online class schedule. It’s always a good idea to check the website before coming to class!
If Recovering from an Injury Can I Still Come to Class?
We recommend that you check with your physician and/or physical therapist and follow their recommendations. We do offer slower paced classes (such as Gentle and Community Restorative). We encourage modification with props and/or avoiding movements that don’t feel good in your body. Let your teacher know if you need help!
I’m Not Very Flexible. Is Yoga for Me?
Yes! Many students begin to attend yoga classes to gain flexibility. Our studio offers a supportive, encouraging environment as well as props to make practice more accessible.
More Questions or Concerns?
Email us at email@example.com and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible!