Yoga Class Customs - aka Yoga Etiquette
We are so glad you are here! If you need some more excuses to practice yoga get a load of this: Studies have shown regular practice actually does wonders in:
Reducing your heart rate and blood pressure, increase flexibility and stamina, build strength and balance, increase mental clarity and focus, instill deep sense of inner peace and presence within the body and mind.
Many people who practice yoga do so to maintain their health and well-being, improve physical fitness, relieve stress, and enhance their overall quality-of-life.
We are so pleased that you have joined our community - welcome om...
New to Yoga? Here are some tips and customs:
If it’s your first time - please try to arrive 15-minutes before your first class begins.
Your teacher will greet you before class allowing an opportunity to chat about your need - so do come early top take advantage of this time.
Classes start on time. We don’t allow latecomers into class. Grace period of strictly 5 minutes only.
Hydrate well by drinking water throughout your day.
Chilled water fountain is available as is infused water, coffee, tea, in our complimentary beverage station. Please bring your own water bottle as glasses and mugs are not allowed inside the class.
Come on an empty stomach. Try not to eat 1-2 hours before your yoga practice.
Wear light-weight workout clothing - that you are comfortable in; and able to bend.
No need for shoes or socks while you practice.
We follow the custom of leaving shoes outside of the Yoga Rooms.
Bring your own yoga towels for hygienic purposes. We also rent toga towels, mats, yogitoes mats, as well as towel sets to shower. You may also bring a bath towel if you wish to shower after class.
Please leave your cellphones in the locker so you don’t disturb the class.
Practice mindfulness and leave talking outside the room. Yoga practice is for you to focus on yourself.
Go at your pace, breathe, and enjoy!