Wear comfortable clothing and bare feet (stocking feet are acceptable for those who are not comfortable barefoot).
Yoga is best practiced with an empty stomach and bladder.
Bring your own personal mat or you can rent a loaner mat for $3. If you commit to yoga, we recommend purchasing your own mat for hygienic reasons.
Wash yoga mats often to prevent odors.
Please refrain from wearing perfume in consideration of the close space and fragrance sensitivities.
Please come to the studio clean and without strong body odors.
We honor each other's personal boundaries, physically and emotionally.
We practice nasal breathing as the foundation for our classes. Consider this: your breath, when balanced between active and calm, can be heard only to you, not the person across the room.
Please be aware of any behavior that may be distracting to a fellow student's practice or triggering to someone who has experienced trauma (talking during class, staring, heavy/loud breathing, placing your mat to close to someone else, etc.)
If you are planning to do a sequence of poses that varies a lot from what is being offered by the teacher, please set your mat up in the back of the studio space, so that you do not confuse or distract other students.
Thank you for your understanding.
Pre-register for all classes to either receive a live-streaming link, or to ensure there is a space available for you in-person to comply with distancing.
Honor the mat markers in-person for distancing as required by government mandate.
Wear a mask that covers your mouth and nose, out of respect for your fellow students.
Wear layers, as we are opening windows for fresh air ventilation often. We are also running air purifiers.
Bring your own personal mat and props (or disinfect borrowed props thoroughly before and after each use).
Wash and disinfect yoga mats and props often.
We practice nasal breathing in all areas in the studio. Nasal breathing is the healthiest way to breathe, by far.
Maintain respectful distancing in all studio areas.
Enjoy before/after class conversations, as much as possible, outdoors.
Thank you for all you do to keep our community well.