New To Yoga ?
Yoga Etiquette & Studio Policies
Helpful Tips For Yoga Students
Before You Arrive
Bring or wear comfortable clothing. No particular clothing is required for your practice, but we recommend that you wear something you can move around in. Avoid clothing that is loose or baggy as it may interfere with certain poses.
Sign up for class online to make your sign in fast and easy. Drop ins are also always welcome.
If you are prone to heavy perspiration, please consider bringing a hand towel.
When You Arrive
Please arrive 10-15 minutes before class is scheduled and check in with reception to ensure and confirm your place in class. This will allow you time to set up a yoga mat in the studio and use the restroom if necessary prior to class. Classes will begin promptly at the the designated time.
Leave your things outside of the yoga room. Our “yogi lounge” is a secure space for you to leave any shoes, keys, cellphones or other belongings. We ask that you do not bring these items into class.
Please remove your shoes before entering our studio.
Bring your own water bottle to help reduce waste. Bottled water is available for sale if you forget.
Please understand that some classes are busier than others, especially in the summer months. We ask for your patience and understanding at reception. To ensure your spot in class, we recommend that you sign up for class online. In these busier classes, we reserve the right to give your spot in class to another student if you are not present within 5 minutes of class start time.
We have yoga mats and props available for use during class, free of charge.
If you have a specific injury or physical concern, let your instructor know so that they can help you with modifications.
Please refrain from wearing scented lotions, colognes or perfumes in class.
Stay for savasana. Savasana is a period of deep relaxation and meditation at the end of each yoga class. If you leave before this portion yoga class, you will miss out on one of the most essential and beneficial parts of the practice. If you must leave, please inform the instructor before class begins and excuse yourself quietly.
If you borrowed a mat, please utilize the antimicrobial wipes or natural spray that we provide to wipe down your mat before returning.
It takes a village. Help us clean the room after class by carefully returning your props to their proper places.
Let us know if you have any questions or comments! Take a schedule on your way out.
Common Yoga Terminology
You may hear words from the language of yoga, Sanskrit, in classes. Click on the words below to get started with some of the basic ones, and always feel free to ask your instructor!