Walk-in Class Rate: $13
Single or Group Privates available upon request. This includes Corporate Events, Bridal Parties, and Kids Parties
Late Arrivals or Leaving Early: Please be on time. It is disruptive to a class settling in and beginning their practice when you come in late. If you must arrive late or must leave class early, please take a spot closest to the door to allow for minimal distraction. Do not step on other people’s mats. Please let your instructor know in advance if you are leaving early. Ideally: Get to class 10 – 15 minutes early to sign in, get situated and allow for transition time from your work day /commute. Give your mind and body time to prepare for your practice.
Common-sense Eating Tips: It is recommended not to eat a heavy meal at least 2 hours before class.
Wear comfortable clothing that gives your skin space to breath with ease, doesn’t distract you from your practice and will allow you to bend and twist. You’ll want to practice in clothing that stays put too because if you’re constantly adjusting your shirt or pants and worried about a wardrobe malfunction, this can take you out of the zone or “flow” of the experience.
Cell Phone Use: For the benefit of all students, please turn off or mute your cell phone upon entering the studio. This means no sound, including vibrate.
Sign In: We ask all new students to arrive a 10- 15 mis before your first class to complete a Waiver form and to sign in. Please be sure to sign-in at the beginning of every class at the sign-in sheet near the door.
Personal Care: Please do not to use perfumes and lotions prior to class because lotions can make skin slippery, making it difficult to hold positions; lotions can also clog pores; and finally, some students and instructors may have allergies that could be aggravated by heavy perfumes or lotions. If you tend to sweat a lot, particularly in the hands, you may want to bring a small towel to class.
Hands-On Instruction: Some instructors may provide hands-on adjustments to help you align your body safely or add benefit to your poses. If you are at all uncomfortable with this, please advise your instructor before class.
Don’t Skip Savasana! Don’t Skip Savasana! Your final relaxation in Savasana is an important part of your practice. It helps integrate the physical practice into your mental and spiritual state. Don’t plan to leave class early.Your final relaxation in Savasana is an important part of your practice. It helps integrate the physical practice into your mental and spiritual state. Don’t plan to leave class early.