Our Studio Class Times
Monday08:00 to 09:00 Gwyneth Hatha (Strength & Core)
18:00 to 19:00 Lexi Meier (Yin-TRE Fusion)
Tuesday08:00 to 09:00 Christine Hatha (Strength & Balance)
Wednesday08:00 to 09:00 Kim Hatha (Strength & Balance)
Thursday08:00 to 09:15 Lisa Hatha Transformational Yoga (Spiritual & Meditative)
FridayTransformational Yoga Dates to be confirmed
Saturday8:15 to 9:15 Nozi Hatha Strength & Balance
Sunday08:15 to 09:15 Gloria Hatha Transformational Yoga (Beginners)
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1Remove Your Shoes
There is a space on the left as you enter the room to place your shoes and handbags.
2Silence Your Cell Phone
Make a habit of doing this as soon as you get to yoga class. You will be quite embarrassed if your phone rings during class. If this happens, I advocate owning up and going to turn the ringer off immediately. Never ever answer the phone or send texts during class.
3Arrive On Time
Try and arrive at least 10 minutes before the class is scheduled to start so you have time to check in, put down your mat, and go to the bathroom if necessary. If you do arrive late, don't enter a class more than 10 minutes late if it has already started.
4Respect Others' Mat Spaces
When we asked yoga students what their biggest pet peeves were, "people stepping on my mat" was the top answer. Yes, it's a pretty small thing and sometimes its difficult in a really crowded room, but do your best to avoid stepping on other students' mats as you make your way through the room. A lot of people see their mat as a special, almost sacred place. Plus, they want to keep it clean. If you attend a class that is usually crowded, place your mat pretty close to the person next to you so that there will be enough space for everyone. And always be willing to move your mat to make room for another student.
5Available Mats and equipment
There are spare mats available should you forget yours at home. Please roll it up after use and replace on the shelves in the Studio. There are also blocks, straps, blankets and eye bags for your use, please also replace these on the shelf at the end of the class.
6Respect the Teacher
When you enter a yoga class, you sign on to respect the teacher for the next hour and a half. You may discover halfway through the class that you don't care for this teacher, playlist, or hour of the day. But you still should continue with the class, follow the teacher's instructions, take your savasana, and chalk it up to experience. Walking out mid class is only ok in rare circumstances.
7Keep Variations Appropriate
Keep in mind the level of the class you are attending. If it is an advanced class and some of the poses are too hard, it is fine to take a more basic variation of the poses being taught. Usually the teacher will offer this option. If you are attending a basic class, stick to the basic versions of the poses so you don't confuse new students. The teacher will offer you the option to take a more advanced variation when appropriate. If you are adapting poses because of an injury, always be sure to let the teacher know. When it comes time to take a vinyasa, always feel free to take either knees, chest, and chin and cobra or chaturanga and updog.
8Go to the Bathroom During Resting Poses
It is fine to leave class for a few minutes to go to the bathroom: There is no need to ask the teacher's permission. The best time to go is when there is a period of rest, either in child's pose or downward dog. You will not earn your teacher's respect if you routinely dodge out during difficult poses or skip part of savasana.
9Don't Skip Savasana!
Your final relaxation in savasana is an important part of your practice. Don't plan to leave class early. If you must, tell the teacher in advance and take a short savasana before you go. Don't make a habit of this.