Arrive Early

Getting to class about 10 minutes early can help you sign in, settle in and align your attitude with the purpose of the class.
While youíre waiting you can practice a pose, do a few stretches, or just sit or lie quietly, breathe and get centered.
We realize, however, that life happens. If you do arrive a few minutes late, put your things away quickly and enter the room ready to quietly unroll your mat.
Try your best not to allow tardiness to become habitual.
Not only is it disrespectful to the teacher and students who arrived on time, it also takes away from your own practice.

Respect the sanctuary

We believe that the yoga room is a place for inner reflection.
Once you walk through the doors try to limit your talking.
Chitchatting with your neighbor throughout class can be very distracting to those around you.
Please save the socialization and conversation for the lobby, before or after class.

Turn off your cell


Yoga puts a lot of emphasis on the breath and inhaling a lung-full of heavily scented air can all but ruin a practice. Avoid wearing perfume or using aromatic body products before class, but feel free to use deoderant.

Eyes on you

Try to keep your attention and gaze focused on you throughout your practice.
After all, you are the most important person in the room!
If you get a little lost or confused itís okay to take a quick glance around to get back on track but try not to compare or contrast yourself to anyone else.
Yoga is an individual journey.