Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What's my first class going to be like?
That will depend on the class and the teacher. As long as you're open to try something new, are willing to fake it till you make it, and don't push yourself too hard too fast, we think you're going to have a great time.
Do you provide yoga mats?
We have yoga mats available free of charge. All we ask is that you wipe down your mat with the provided spray and towels after you're done.
What should I wear?
Dress modestly in comfortable clothing. Pants or shorts need to have an inseam and your torso needs to be covered with a shirt/tank top.
I have an injury that I'm worried about. What should I do?
Share your concerns with your teachers. They will suggest modifications to the poses they're teaching in order to prevent further injuries. Check out our contact info below to get in touch with any questions you may have.
What if I can't do a pose?
Our teachers will often provide modifications that increase the level of challenge as a class progresses. You only have to go as far as you feel comfortable. Child's pose is always an option to catch your breath and definitely don't do anything that creates a stabbing, shooting or searing pain.
Should I register online, or can I drop-in?
You can always try and drop in at the studio, but we recommend signing up online to reserve your spot.
Can I arrive late or leave early?
No. Once the curtain is closed we do not accommodate late arrivals and you're expected to stay through the end of class.
Which class should I start with?
We believe the beginning of your JOURNEY will have moments where you'll need to "fake it till you make it." Try one of our suggestions or choose a class that appeals to you. All we ask is that you listen to your body and avoid stabbing, shooting, or searing pain.
If you are new to Yoga, start with one of the following classes:
Yoga Zero: Yoga basics defined and/or refined
Yoga: Basic yoga poses in a vinyasa flow
Yoga and Meditation: A slow class with emphasis on the benefits of meditation
Flexibility Focus: An hour focused on increasing your flexibility. This class doesn't flow like a yoga class, but it is informed by yoga. Great for athletes who are looking to stretch as well as desk sitters looking to move!
Core Focus: Often called “Hard Core, Yoga Lite.” No yoga experience required and this strengthens your body making traditional yoga easier.
Got a question that's not on the list?
Ask us next time you're at the studio or email firstname.lastname@example.org.