New to our studio or to yoga?
If you are new to yoga, you may be wondering what class to take. Our Slow & Flow class is a gentle style with introductory poses that are accessible to individuals with all body types and athletic abilities. This class is a good place to build a strong foundation before progressing to more athletic styles. At SukhaLife Yoga Studio, we are happy to work with all new students to find just the right class for you. We will never push you to enter a class that makes you uncomfortable or won’t help you meet your goals.
Here are a few tips for your first visit:
- What to wear? Snug fitting work out clothes, something you can easily move your body in.
- What to bring? Mat, hand towel and water. If you don’t have these items, no worries, we have them for rent or for sale at the studio.
- It is important to minimize the use of perfume or cologne before class to avoid affecting others around you who might be sensitive or allergic.
- Please arrive 10-15min before the scheduled class time. Give yourself enough time to check in, put your items away, roll out your mat and gather any props you may need. Got a few extra minutes before class begins? Sit quietly and focus on your breath, or do a few gentle stretches to warm up.
- Yoga is practiced in bare feet so please remove your shoes before you enter the practice space.
- If you have any injuries, please tell the instructor before class begins, they will be able to assist you with modifications.
- Yoga class is a chance to escape the distractions we face in everyday life, offering you a rare chance to be fully present. We ask that you leave your devices on silent, in the lounge area.
- Yoga classes can get crowded; please be neighborly by making room for people by moving your mat, if it’s available.
- Please keep conversation to a minimum in the studio space.
- If you must leave early, we ask that you let the teacher know before class, position yourself near the door and be sure to leave before savasana begins.
Parking is available on Central Ave. N. with a 2 hour limit during the weekday and no time limit on the weekends. The side streets and 1st Ave S. have no time limit. Take your time and look around, there is parking to be found!
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