New to Yoga Practice?

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We can't wait to meet you!

 No need to be hesitant.  Everyone had a FIRST class!  Beginning-level yoga is the first stage in most practices, but you are welcome to attend any class you feel ready for. We have yoga mats, blocks, straps, bolsters, and water for your use. You may always bring your own, especially a towel if you practice Hot Yoga. Please arrive 10-minutes prior to class to fill out limited paperwork and see the layout of our space…..hopefully it will soon become yours as well.

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Keep in mind:

Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned yogi, here are some things to keep in mind: Yoga class is not a competition.  It is not about performing the pose perfectly, or looking better than your neighbor.  So relax, and don’t be shy about taking a break in a resting pose if needed. The only person judging you is you! The rest of us are just happy that you’re here.  Really! 

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Studio Guidelines

 For many of us, the studio is a sacred space, so out of respect for your fellow yogis, please:

  • arrive a few minutes early so you can sign in and set up before class starts
  • take off your shoes before entering the studio
  • turn off/silence your cellphone
  • get what you need, find a spot, and begin to settle your body and mind.
  • If you have any concerns or health issues that you think may affect your practice, please talk with your teacher before class.  There is nothing too small to bring up – if it’s your concern, it’s ours as well.
  • Please stay for the entire class. Leaving can be a disruption for others. Savasana is really the most important part of class and sometimes the hardest!