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Studio Etiquette

Please be mindful of others, observe silence in the yoga studio and a low volume in the reception area.

New students should arrive at least 15 minutes prior to class time.

Please turn off or silence your phone or electronic devices when you arrive.

All cell phone use is to be done outside of the studio and reception area.

No shoes in the yoga studio at any time.

Please do not apply perfume, scented oils or lotions just prior to entering the studio as some students have odor sensitivities and/or allergies.

Please remain in room for the duration of the class, even if you have to sit or lay down on your mat.

Respect your limits; this is practice after all.

 

The Growth of Your Practice

How quickly you progress will depend entirely on you, upon your natural ability to a small extent, but mostly upon the time and effort you give to Yoga.

It will have little to do with how perfectly you can do the poses. Few of us ever do the poses perfectly.

Instead, it will have to do with how well you understand what you are trying to accomplish in each pose, how you try to accomplish your goal, and how supple your muscles and joints have become in comparison to the point at which you began.

In Yoga there is no standard of comparison except you. To be “Perfect” in Yoga is to do the best you can do.

Hot Yoga teaches the ideal posture, and the reality - informing you of what challenges you may experience as you do the pose, which techniques will help you make rapid progress, and what you might be tempted to "overlook", thus depriving yourself of the benefits of the posture. 

Hot Yoga will enhance mind and body communication, will induce relaxation, strengthen the muscles, reshape your figure, and work you from the bones to the skin.


Hot Yoga will enhance mind and body communication, will induce relaxation, strengthen the muscles, reshape your figure, and work you from the bones to the skin.

 
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