Every class is open to new students. You can drop in to any of our scheduled classes – 7 days a week!
The same poses (asanas) are taught in each class, so every class is open to beginners – and provides a challenge for long-term students.
Each class will have a mix of students at every level of experience and proficiency.
Arrive 15 minutes early for your first class, and make sure you can stay at least a few minutes afterward to cool down & relax!
How to Prepare For Class
Drink plenty of water throughout the day as you prepare for your first class (and afterwards, to flush out toxins the yoga has helped your body release).
Don’t eat a large meal 3-4 hours prior to class. However, many folks find they need to eat something prior to class – try something light no more than 45 minutes prior to class, especially if you have low blood sugar.
What to Bring With You
Your sense of humor and self-compassion! For many, it takes a while to feel fully competent in the postures. Just know everyone else in the room remembers what it feels like to be new at this.
For your first visit, please arrive 15 minutes early to register and get ready for class.
Bring a large towel (or two), a bottle of water, and a yoga mat if you have one. We have showers available for use with shampoo, conditioner, and body wash. It's also nice to have dry clothes to change into afterwards.
We rent towels and mats for 1 dollar. We also sell mats, water, and sports drinks.
What You Should Wear
It’s hot in here! Wear as little as you are comfortable with. Most folks choose cycling or aerobic shorts, yoga tights, a tank top, or a sports bra.
Try to avoid cotton and loose fitting clothing as it will chafe and cling to your body when you begin sweating – and you will sweat!
The series is designed to deliver maximum strengthening and healing for beginners.
If you work at the maximum for your body, you will receive 100% of the benefits needed by your body!
Don’t feel as if you have to do everything the first day. As long as you try the right way, you will receive all of the benefits of the class.
Warm muscles are more supple and allow for deeper stretching with less soreness and a reduced risk of injury.
Perspiration + physical exertion = increased heart rate and circulation.
Sweating cleans your pores, your skin and pushes out any toxins in your body.
This series of poses was designed for what was most needed for our busy lifestyle, to help heal stressed joints and spines.
Relieves stress and anxiety, emotional imbalance, and internal toxicity.
Reduces digestive problems caused by stress, processed foods, and excess sugar in our diets.
Improves posture caused by desk work, too much driving, and stress.
Each pose prepares your body for the next, resulting in a safer, more effective practice – and a complete workout for every system of the body – inside-out.