Arrive to class without expectations or preconceived ideas of what you can or cannot do. Just be wherever you are that day in your body and let go of what you need to in order to be present in your practice.
The class is meant to challenge you so you can grow, however if at any time the class becomes too challenging or difficult, take a beak! Let go of frustrations and be grateful for what you can do!
A gentle reminder: turn off cell phones or switch to silent mode.
Namaste! A yoga salutation often said at the end of a physical yoga class that can be translated to mean, “The divine spirit in me recognizes and honors the divine spirit it you.”
What to do before class and what to bring:
What equipment do I need?
If you have a sticky mat, towel, yoga block or blanket, please bring it to class. There will be limited props and mats at each class for use to borrow.
What type of clothing should I wear?
Can I eat before class?
But I’m not flexible enough to take yoga.
I have an injury… I recently had surgery… I have physical limitations… I am recovering from recent illness… can I still do yoga?