Practice Guidelines

To  Perform   Every  Action  Artfully  is  Yoga 


  • Please arrive to class on time. Check in and take care of payment before class.
  • If you need to leave class early, please leave before the class goes into Savasana in order not to disrupt others.
  • Please remove your shoes at the door. It is recommended to practice yoga bare foot.
  • Be considerate of our studio-please pick up after yourself and put away props neatly.
  • Please be quiet during the class unless you have a question for the teacher or in complete necessary circumstances.
  • Always do yoga on an empty stomach (2-3 hours after a full meal or 1 hour after a light meal).
  • Wear loose, comfortable clothing, no shoes.
  • Notify the teacher before class if you are pregnant, have injuries or any medical conditions such as high blood pressure, heart trouble, eye or ear problems.
  • Bladder and bowels should be emptied.
  • Yoga should not be practiced on heavy days of menstruation.
  • Bring your own mat and a towel to absorb sweat. At the Center mats are available to borrow or purchase if you don‘t have one yet.
  • Please turn off or silence cell phones before class.
  • If in the middle of a class there is a pose which you cannot endure, then we strongly suggest for you to take a moment to rest and reconnect to your breath. You can do this by being in child pose, easy sitting pose, or whatever pose in which you feel comfortable. You don't have to do every pose in a yoga class. One of the main objectives of a yoga class is for you to be feel good so you can enjoy the process of exploring your body, mind and soul.
  • Remember, your body is happily aging and therefore it moans and groans anytime you want to reverse the aging process. Yoga helps to make muscles more elastic and youthful, revitalized cells by nourishing them with fresh oxygenated blood, massages internal organs and in general, helps purify the whole system.

Follow us