Tips & Etiquette

Take this class EVERYDAY for the next 2 months and you will have a new life.

How quickly you progress will depend entirely on you, upon your natural ability to a small extent, but mostly upon the honest time and effort you give to the Yoga. Here, there is no comparison with those around you.

It's a daily practice that is all about you, and your own progression from the point at which you began.

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  • Be on time. Be patient. Be calm. Be compassionate.
  • Observe silence in the yoga studio at all times, before, during and after class.
  • Leave all your personal belongings in the lockers.
  • Mobile phones are not allowed In the yoga studio.
  • Be respectful to fellow students. No stepping on fellow students? yoga mats.
  • Drink between postures, not during postures. Please do not drink water until after Eagle Pose.
  • The instructor will announce this first water break.
  • Practice stillness between postures.
  • Ask questions either before or after class.
  • Do not change mats once class begins. Please do not move your mat before, during or after class.
  • Do not enter the class once the class is in progress and do not leave until the class is over. If you absolutely must leave the class while it is in progress, you will not be allowed to re-enter the class.
  • The management reserves the right to replace Yoga Instructors without prior notice.

How to prepare for class:

  • Come with an empty stomach. It Is recommended you eat your last meal at least 2 to 3 hours before class.
  • For your comfort, it is recommended to remove wrist watches and large jewelry before class.
  • Tie up long hair with a rubber band.
  • For your own safety, no chewing gum in class.
  • Bring a large bottle of water.

Importance of Hydration:

  • Please remember to really hydrate yourself throughout the day (tea, coffee, alcohol and other diuretics do not count). In addition to water, you want to replenish all the minerals and electrolytes. We lose a lot of minerals and electrolytes when we perspire, which is a big reason why people feel nauseous or light headed in class. Replenish by drinking fresh vegetable juice or taking other mineral I electrolyte supplements. When you are fully hydrated, you should feel great in class.

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