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Bring your fine body, comfortable clothing, maybe some water (we have water at the studio), and a good attitude. Leave the rest to us.
Leave your worries, cell phones, egos and shoes at the door ;)
Well, yes and no. It’s a good idea to have your own mat. But if you forget or just don’t have a mat available, we have loner mats...not loner like they have no friends; they do have friends. I swear. They aren’t imaginary.
Wear your old board shorts, or pajamas, or booty shorts, or LuLu Lemons. Wear your old Metalica concert shirt, or that really cute hoody, how about that sports bra. You could wear socks if you’d like. Maybe a sombrero?
All the equipment for the class is on the rack. Grab some blocks, a blanket, maybe a strap. But, pretty much the most important piece of equipment you can bring is between your ears.
Wellllll, technically and traditionally speaking 4 hours before class. But we’ve fond it fine to eat 2 hours before class as long as it wasn’t at some all-you-can-eat buffet. Do they have those anymore? Light meals are okay, but don’t blame us if your in a twist and your tummy starts-a-rumbling. And, for the love of G-d, don’t eat that burrito.
General etiquette says to come to class a few minutes early. If you are late, please unzip your yoga bag outside of the studio, enter quietly, be as un-disturbing as possible, do NOT snap your mat to the floor, breath, and pretend it was somebody else since everybody’s eyes are probably closed. Some instructors will lock the door 5 mins after class starts, so please do not disrupt the class by loudly knocking on the door if it has been locked.
There are a couple of options here. You can set up your Mind Body account, go through our pricing options, pick one, and pay. Or you can contact a member of the staff and they will help you out. Not a whole lot funny to say about this. Click here to set up your MinBody account.
Class sizes are limited and although we can usually make room, the instructor needs to know what to prepare for. Also, some classes are regularly full, so, if you just show up, you put everybody in an awkward position. It reminds me of a time when my mom, my girlfriend, and my daughter were all in the same room and then my ex-wife arrived. Awkward! Click here to book your next class :)
Check out our class descriptions! They are all Hatha yoga of one sort or another. Some are vinyasa, some Ashtanga inspired, Kundalini, others closer to Yin. We are a primarily yoga asana studio and we are pretty traditional. No heat; no mirrors; no pretense.
No! Yes! Maybe! One of the things that we like to teach is the idea of discernment. Use your own common sense. If your kid is a little angel who can chill quietly with bottle of water and a book, then that’s fine. But, if your child has a great deal of character and is not able to wait an hour for your attention, probably not. We have found that kids around 12 and over, they are able to stick with an hour long class. Our kid was doing full classes at 6, but that is not every kid. Don’t make it miserable for them or us. Please no electronics in the studio space.
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