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Our goal for every class is to offer everyone attending a peaceful, quiet and respectful atmosphere to learn and practice Yoga. In order to accomplish this we ask that all those attending adhere to our yoga etiquette during class.
Most classes are suitable for all yoga levels! Beginners and advanced are all welcome. If you feel you are more advanced let your instructor know so they can help you deepen the yoga poses for more of a challenge.
Please arrive 10-15 minutes early so that you have your mat set up and are ready to begin by the time class starts. Class starts on time and if you are running late please call us so we can prepare a space for you.
Please bring only mat, towel and water bottle into the yoga room. We provide cubbies for storage. Please leave your valuables in your car or at home.
Please do not talk in the yoga room before or after class. Stay focused during class and rest peacefully after in savasana
Hydration is key to any successful yoga practice, but especially a hot yoga practice. Hydration must occur BEFORE heat exposure and/or exercise. DRINK PLENTY OF WATER BEFORE COMING TO CLASS.
The front row helps to lead the class so if you put your mat there we ask that you set an example for those around you. We need the most focused and disciplined students up the front so if you have an injury or you are not feeling 100% please move back to the 3rd and 4th row.
Wear light, fitted clothing that will stretch with you.
It’s your body’s way of cooling down so allow it to happen. Try not to wipe the sweat as it reduces your natural cooling. In the beginning, you will find it hard to hold on in certain postures because of the sweat. Just keep practicing and over time you will improve. This is how the yoga helps our entire body from the fingertips to the toes.
Leaving the room is disruptive to other students. Take as many breaks as you need to by holding still out of the posture, or sit down, pace yourself for the 60-90 minute class. If you must leave please just let the teacher know you are okay by making eye contact and then quietly leave/enter between postures. For HOT YOGA, staying in the room is the best way for your body to get used to the heat and, thereby, get the full benefits.
Remember to slow down and breathe in and out through your nose, it lowers your heart rate and calms your nervous system. Focus on breathing …..and nothing and no one can steal your peace..
"I went to class at 10am today when Barbara was subbing. I love her class! She introduced me to some poses such as half camel and some supine twists before savasana that were just what my body needed and things that were new to me. She guided us very clearly through the class and I felt much better after. I hadn’t been to class in a few weeks so it felt extra good!
Thanks for providing such a great environment for practicing and for having such awesome teachers! Audrey helped me sign up for my bronze package today and was lovely as always! I'm super happy to be back and committed!Thank you!!! "
"I absolutely love ALL yoga classes. The instructors are all phenomenal. Everyone is so friendly and make you feel welcome. I have been doing yoga for 20, either at a gym or at home, and I have never felt more welcome than at the House of Yoga. I look forward to class everyday. I would not change a thing. Thank you."
"I enrolled in the Breathing Workshop, I knew I needed this because I know I’m not breathing correctly. During the session, I became so over whelmed and felt a release of all the pain and suffering I have endured over the years and burst into tears. Julie came to my rescue and asked if I was ok, and I said yes. Even after the session was over, I just wanted to embrace everybody in the room and tell them I truly love each and everyone of them, even though, I have never met any of them before."