Arriving at the Studio

When you arrive for class, please stop at front desk to check-in even if you are a member. Arrive at least 10 minutes before class time to give yourself time to set up your mat, get acclimated and connect with others. If this is your first visit, please arrive 15 minutes early.

Pre-registering for Classes 

We encourage you to pre-register for your classes. It makes check-in move more smoothly and helps you create a commitment to your practice.  However, pre-registration is not required.  

Cell Phones

Please keep your cell phones in the lobby. If you do need your phone to be available in case of an emergency, we ask that you please make sure it's silenced and the vibration is OFF.  Thank you!

What to Wear

Wear comfortable exercise clothing. If you are taking a Hot class, please bring a towel. Yoga is meant to be practiced with bare feet.  Please remove socks before practicing. 

Mind your perosanl hygiene

Ensure yourself, yoga clothes, mat, & towels are clean. Please also mind heavy perfumes, oils, and colognes, as strong scents travel easily during class. You are subjecting those around you to your personal biome. Please make it a tidy and pleasant one.

Tell your teacher about any injuries

Many teachers like to give assists in class, like guiding you deeper into a pose or shifting your position to correct misalignment. If you’re sore, injured or just don’t feel like being touched, tell your teacher before class begins.

Can’t stay for sHavasana? Leave before

We all get it. Time is short, your schedule is tight, and your day is packed. But many of your classmates live for shavasana and by packing up and shuffling out during the most meditative and restful stage of the entire class, you’re disrupting everyone else and denying yourself the benefits.

Absolutely, positively have to leave class early? Let your teacher know before class, position yourself close to the door, and be sure to leave before it begins. When it’s time to leave, pack up and scoot out as quietly as you can.

Studio Mats 

We recommend that all students bring a mat to class.  We have a limited number of complimentary mats available. If you borrow a mat, please be sure to clean it after class and hang it to dry.

Clean up

If you’re borrowing the studio’s props (bolsters, blankets, blocks, mats, straps) be sure to return them how you found them and to their rightful place upon leaving. Leaving your space as clean as you found it is respectful to the studio and students in later classes.