A: We offer Yoga, Heated Power Yoga and Les Mills BODYFLOW. All classes are suitable for women and men of every fitness level, from beginner to advanced;no previous Yoga experience is necessary.
In all of these classes, you’ll enjoy both physical and mental benefits, which is why we often refer to this as our “Mind/Body” program. All of these classes are between 55-60 minutes long.
A: Yes, during our Yoga and BODYFLOW classes the studio is set to regular room temperature.
A: For this class, the room is set to 90 degrees.
A: Is it best to come to this class well hydrated. Avoid eating a heavy meal 1-2 hours before class.
A: We recommend that you bring your own yoga mat, although we do have mats to borrow in the studio. As many poses can be enhanced with simple yoga props, blocks and straps are also provided in the studio for use during class. In addition, we recommend bringing water and a towel, as well as wearing comfortable, fitted, flexible clothing.
A: Each person feels differently after Yoga. You may feel energized, tired, hungry, or have no appetite at all. Your experience both before, during and after class will be unique to you. This will evolve over time as you grow in your practice. If you find yourself to be sore or tired the next day, remember that this is completely normal. Listen to your body and modify as necessary, and, above all, respect your own flexibility and strength.
A: Everyone should consult with their medical professional before beginning any exercise regime, especially if they are pregnant or have an injury. In addition, before class begins, inform the instructor about your pregnancy or injury so he/she can address your specific issues and provide suggestions for modifications.
A: There is no such thing as being “good” at yoga. Your strength and flexibility will progress at your own pace. Our instructors are present to make sure you are safe and properly aligned; your only responsibility is to respect how your body feels with acceptance and non-judgment.