What time should I arrive for class?
If this is your first visit to the studio, please arrive 15 minutes prior for registration and share with us any needs or limitations you may have for the class. Existing clients should arrive at least 5-10 minutes prior to class to sign in and get settled on your mat.
Do I need to sign up for class ahead of time?
To guarantee a space in class you must sign up in advanced, we try our best to accommodate walk-ins, but space is limited. You may register for class on the website or through MINDBODY.
Students booking in advanced will have priority if the class meets in capacity.
Please feel free to call 772-216-7892 and the studio can book your class for you.
What do I need to bring for class?
We provide all the equipment for barre class but do encourage students to bring their own yoga mats, yoga towels (heated class) and water (optional) to each yoga class. If you are taking a warm or hot class and have not invested in a yoga towel for your mat, please bring a beach towel. The studio does have a few loaner mats free of charge, but no hot yoga towels. A cubby area is provided to house personal belongings and shoes; however the studio is not held responsible for these items.
What should I wear?
Any comfortable athletic clothing will be perfect for any class. If taking a barre class we recommend barre socks, but not mandatory. Yoga and barre may be done without socks, but we ask no shoes be worn in the studio room for hygiene purposes.
Why are some classes heated?
Our hot classes are between 85-90 degrees and warm classes 80-85. The heat allows your muscles to warm up creating more flexibility and cleansing your body of impurities both physical and mental. These classes will increase your heart rate and give your body access to its fullest range pf motion while burning those calories. Be prepared to feel the heat and detox the mind and body. Feel free to towel off and drink water at any point during these heated classes. Remember to listen to your body and stay within your comfort zone.
What if I have an injury or limitations?
All our instructors have the knowledge to provide proper body alignment, modifications and/or variations for any limitations or injuries. Let your instructor know what you are working with prior to class and advice will be given. Remember this is your practice and always use pain as an indicator. You know what your body can perform, and we encourage a consistent yet safe practice. Should you experience any discomfort during your practice come to your resting pose or seek help.
How often should I practice?
Recommended practice of 4-6 times per week to see the best physical and mental results. Consistency is key in any workout program, however with busy schedules 2-3 classes a week and a short home practice will help you meet your goals! As always, a healthy lifestyle is encouraged and within a few months the physical and mental benefits of your practice will shine through.
The studio door will be locked once the instructor begins class to avoid class disruption. We apologize for any inconvenience; however, we strive for a respectful atmosphere for both instructors and students. Please remember to silence your electronic devices during class. If you need to leave class early for any reason, please excuse yourself in a quiet manner. Savasana is a delicious period of relaxation at the end of your practice, so if you need to leave please do so before. Please remember to wipe down any props used during your class and around your mat if needed so the studio continues to maintain its optimal state of hygiene. Please also refrain from applying strong perfumes, scented oils or lotions prior to class as you never know if your neighbor may have allergies or sensitivity to a product.