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Yoga Etiquette

Here are a few tips when it comes to custom codes and polite behavior.


Your time is valuable. Ideally, we want to begin classes promptly.

Please arrive 5-10 minutes beforehand to fill out a safety waiver and get a feel for the studio layout.

You are more than welcome to bring a water bottle, towel, or yoga mat.

If you do not own a yoga mat, we have rental mats priced at 2 bucks per use.


It is ultimately your choice on what clothes to wear, but we encourage comfortable and somewhat fitted gear

because baggy pieces tend to get in the way and absorb sweat poorly. If you need to leave early from class,

please do so before shavasana begins (shavasana is the final relaxation pose at the end of class).        


Heated Power Vinyasa Basics (Level 1)

Start new. Power Vinyasa Basics is the perfect session for first-timers, starters, and even 10-year practitioners. 

In this type of class, you embrace the beginner’s mindset in order to learn the fundamental skills of breath,

postures, and alignment. Room gradually heated to 92-93 degrees.


Hot Power Vinyasa (Level 2)

Get ready to sweat. Power Vinyasa is an energizing class where students breathe

and move fluidly from one pose to the next. Breath, focus, strength and flexibility

all play a role in this revitalizing workout style of yoga. Room gradually heated to 98-100 degrees.


Non-Heated Slow Flow

Slow down and soothe the soul. Slow Flow is a very lightly heated style of yoga that is suitable for

all levels of practitioners. While the pace is slow and mindful, poses can be refined and strengthened, without

feeling rushed into the next breath or asana. Slow Flow allows a person to become familiar with

his or her body, savor a reflective pause, and create the time to meditate with inward focus.

It is the perfect solution to begin your morning, or cap off your day.