New to Yoga / FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

I've never done yoga before. Can I come to class?

Yes! All of our classes are designed to be all levels and have options throughout for beginners and advanced students alike. Always feel free to check in with your instructor if you have questions, and take class at your own pace.

What if I'm not flexible?

Being flexible is not a requirement for being able to do yoga! We come to yoga to increase our strength, flexibility, and overall well being! We all start with different levels of flexibility, and you’ll begin to see results in a way that is safe and works for your specific body.

What should I wear?

Dress¬†comfortably in clothes that won’t restrict your movement, and bring a layer for savasana (guided relaxation and meditation). We practice in bare feet. Please remove your shoes when you arrive at the studio.

What should I bring?

Bring your water bottle, layers, and a yoga mat. We do have yoga mat rentals available for $1 if you don’t have a yoga mat.

When should I arrive?

The studio is open fifteen minutes before class begins. Please arrive early enough to get yourself settled and set up, and if it’s your first class, to fill out a first time waiver and ask any questions you may have.

How often should I practice yoga?

The more regularly you practice, the more results you will see, however you can certainly benefit from even one yoga class per week! By committing to a routine in your practice, you’ll begin to see results both in your physical practice and in the mindfulness practice. We recommend at least two classes per week to see and feel results.

Can I bring my child/teenager?

We periodically offer children’s classes and baby and me classes for a variety of ages. For our regular classes that are not labeled specifically for children/teens, teenagers ages 14 and above may attend with a legal guardian.

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