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Your First Class

New to yoga? Here’s what you need to know before trying out a class.

Our Classes For You

Beginner & All Levels

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MOKSHA CLASS

It is a series of postures practiced in a heated room. There are three levels of classes, lasting anywhere from 60 to 90 minutes.
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VINYASA CLASS

Vinyasa is a type of yoga that links movement and breath to attain balance in the mind and body.

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Monday - Friday: 9am-5pm
Saturday: 9am-1pm
Sunday: Closed
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YOGA ENHANCES YOUR LIFE

HOT YOGA reduces stress, improves quality sleep, increases metabolism, improves flexibility, build strength, feel more energized, rejuvenated, and cleansed, detoxify, reduce inflammation, muscle building, body toning, weight loss, and reduced pain.

Your First Class

New to yoga? Here’s what you need to know before trying out a class.

Check out the class first.

Observe a class and interview the teacher if possible. Even if the class is labeled as beginner, you may want to investigate further. It may be that the class is beginner-level, but not intended to be the first class someone ever takes. Sometimes beginner classes are designed for younger or fitter people or even people with a little yoga experience. If possible, talk to the instructor or watch a portion or all of the class before you take it.

Try a slower-moving class or one designed for beginners

Make sure the teacher encourages people to listen to their body. You should feel supported in just doing what you feel comfortable doing on any given day, you don’t want a class that feels like a competition, especially if you’re a beginner.

Communicate with the instructor

Introduce yourself to the instructor before class starts and let him or her know it’s your first class. If have any injuries or chronic conditions, you should let your instructor know that too, they have training to help you modify the poses to help prevent injury.

Don’t sweat the small stuff

Remember, everyone was a beginner at some point. It doesn’t have to be complicated; you don’t have to have special clothing or props; it can be a very simple practice. Yoga is about finding peace in the moment.