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New student faqs
What should i wear?
If fancy yoga clothes are your jam, rock on! However, no Lululemon necessary here. Wear whatever you're comfortable moving, twisting, bending, sweating, and turning upside down in. (Keep that in mind when choosing a shirt... it can be a pain to adjust your shirt every time you go into a downward dog!) Socks and yoga mats don't play very well, so, while the choice is yours, going barefoot is recommended.
Should i bring anything?
While going sock-less is suggested, do still bring your socks with you, as well as a sweater or anything cozy for the end of class. The last couple of minutes are spent in a resting pose, called "savasana," and it's easy to get chilly when we stop moving. It's nice to have your own mat, and a water bottle and towel are also good things to have with you, but all of these will be available to borrow or purchase if you don't have one or in case you forget yours at home.
I've never done yoga before... where should i start?
First of all... Welcome! We love beginners! Modifications will be offered in all of our classes, but if you are brand new, one of our Beginner Flow or Restorative classes would be a great place to start. We move at a much slower pace, taking time to explain every pose and answer any questions you may have, setting you up for success. You can also schedule a private session with Ally if you'd like some one-on-one instruction and attention.
Will the class be hard?
Short answer: yes. Yoga is designed to challenge the body and the mind. As long as you keep an open mind and come ready to breathe and move and test your limits, everything else is optional!
How many times a week should I do yoga?
Most likely, you'll be able to notice some results practicing just 1-2 times per week, especially if you are brand new to yoga. If you're ready to commit, we recommend purchasing a monthly membership so that you can come to the studio 3-4 times or more per week to really allow your practice to thrive.
What temperature is the studio?
We try to keep the studio at around 75 degrees. We find that this works best for our style of yoga. It's warm enough to stay cozy during savasana but not so hot that you're dripping and slipping all over the place and at risk of over-stretching and injuring your muscles. Ideally, we want to build internal heat rather than respond to external heat.
* Our HOT FLOW and SLOW BURN classes are heated to 85 degrees, providing a little extra heat for those who are into that kind of thing.
DO you have a place to change?
Yes. We have a bathroom in the studio for use before, during, and after class.
- Plan to arrive 5-10 minutes early to get settled before class begins. If it's your first time at the studio, please arrive 15 minutes early to fill out paperwork and familiarize yourself with the space. We lock the doors at the start of class so that all of your valuables and belongings will be safe.
- Think of the studio as a technology detox zone. Your practice will be much more enjoyable if your phone is securely stored with your belongings, we promise! If you need to keep a phone next to you for family or work purposes, please keep it on "silent."
- Stay for savasana. Seriously, it's the best part. We all need a couple of quiet moments in our day! Leaving early also disrupts the others who are trying to relax, so please allow time to stay. If you know ahead of time that you absolutely need to leave early, please lay your mat down close to the door.
- Laugh and smile! We don't take yoga too seriously. Have fun, and don't be afraid to fall over or mess up. We've all had our share of embarrassing moments in yoga class!