STUDIO POLICIES AND ETIQUETTE
We kindly ask that you adhere to the following studio policies and etiquette so that everyone may enjoy a safe, effective, and positive class experience.
REMOVE YOUR SHOES:
Please remove your shoes before entering the main yoga room as a way of honoring the ancient tradition of the East, and to provide a clean space in which to practice.
TALKING IN THE STUDIO:
Please keep conversations at a whisper level, as many who come to yoga are looking for stillness and time to get away from the hustle and bustle of life. Be mindful of your words. Embrace this quiet time.
Our teachers offer physical assists/adjustments throughout the class to encourage proper alignment. If you do not wish to be assisted/adjusted, please let the teacher know before the start of class.
INJURIES, PRE-EXISTING MEDICAL/PHYSICAL CONDITIONS:
For your safety, please inform your teacher of any injuries, pre-existing medical conditions, or physical limitations which you may have so that they can teach and assist/adjust you accordingly.
BE ON TIME:
Please be mindful of the class start time and plan to arrive 10-15 minutes early. The first few minutes of a yoga class are dedicated to arriving on your mat, inward reflection, and connection to the breath. When someone arrives late, it disrupts this sacred time for everyone else.
LEAVING CLASS EARLY:
If you should need to leave a class before it has ended, please inform your teacher in advance, and be respectful of others as you pack up your belongings and put your props away.
Please put your cell phones and smart watches on "silent" at all times while in the studio.
We are happy to provide mats, blocks, blankets, straps, and bolsters for your use during a class. We would ask that you please put the props back the way that you found them, and that you wipe down whatever props need to be cleaned before replacing them back on the shelf. Cleaning products will be supplied for your convenience.
INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY:
On days when we're experiencing inclement weather, please check the schedule for class cancellations, as it will be up to the teacher's discretion.