Registration is NOT Required to attend any classes, although it is highly recommended. 

Choose your first class and come a few minutes early to fill out the New Student Consent Form.

If you are coming to class for the first time, please arrive at least 10 minutes before class starts. You will need to fill out the New Student Consent Form or click the button to print out a copy to bring with you to class. This extra few minutes will also let you get familiar with the studio.

It is important to mention any pre-existing injuries or special conditions (pregnancy, recent surgery, etc.) that you may have to the instructor at the beginning of class. Some conditions require modifications to poses that the instructor can help you with. If you are concerned about privacy, you can pull the instructor aside before class.

Please bring your own yoga mat, if you have one. If you don't, you can borrow one from the studio. We recommend purchasing your own for cleanliness, and so you can practice at home, of course!

Wear comfortable, but form-fitting clothing. Dress in layers if possible. See FAQ for more suggestions.

Please leave your shoes and personal belongings in the waiting area or to the side of the practice space.  Shoes are not permitted in the practice area unless there is a medical reason - and if so, please bring very clean shoes.

****Turn cell phones off or to silent mode during class.****


Practice on an empty stomach. Some of the poses might cause you discomfort and others aid in digestion.
 

Abandon the competitive mind set and check your ego at the door. Yoga is not about doing what the person next to you is doing, but rather it is about doing what you can do each time you step on the mat.

See the FAQ for more information about what you need and studio etiquette. If you are new to yoga, please be sure to read our "Studio Etiquette" and the "What do I need to bring/wear/know?" answers to make you feel more comfortable.

If you are considering coming to class that you have never been to before, you might want to text or call to make sure that class is still being held. You can register online to ensure your spot for high attendance classes.