Do I have to be flexible?
No! Not everyone begins yoga automatically being flexible. In fact, this is usually a strength that develops over time. Yoga is about meeting yourself where you are, as everyone has their own strengths and weaknesses. The most important part is to be compassionate with yourself and to enjoy the journey!
What should I wear?
Wear what you would wear to the gym or something that is comfortable to stretch in.
What do yogis wear on their feet?
Most yogis go barefoot! If you aren't comfortable with that, we recommend socks that are "grippy" to prevent your feet from sliding on the mat.
What should I bring?
You may bring your own mat, but we do have mats available to borrow if you don't have your own. We also offer any props you may need such as straps, blocks, chairs, bolsters and/or eye pillows. Expect to be pampered!
What do I do when I come to the studio?
Kick off your shoes and place your belongings in our cubbies by the door.
When finished, please place any props back in place. Have questions? Please speak with the teacher after class or contact the owners at firstname.lastname@example.org. Namaste!
Benefits of Yoga - Just to Name a Few!
- Improves flexibility
- Builds muscle strength & tone
- Perfects posture
- Keeps spine supple
- Increases energy
- Supports cardio & circulatory health
- Boosts athletic performance (great for cross training)
- Helps you focus
- Makes you happier
- Encourages self care
- Improves Balance
Why Hot Yoga?
Practicing yoga in a heated room is invigorating! It helps us detoxify our bodies through sweat. A warm room can also help open up areas of tightness by allowing the muscles to relax and stretch. Please be sure to take rest as needed and hydrate before, during, and after class!