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Bikram yoga is specifically designed for beginners. At first it may seem hard but with a little concentration, patience and determination you will be amazed at what you can accomplish and how great you will feel.

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You’re never too old, never too bad, never too late and never too sick to start from scratch once again.

First Timers

Welcome to your first Bikram Beginning Yoga Class!

  • Every class is open to beginners, no experience necessary.
  • Arrive 15 minutes before class is scheduled to begin.
  • Although not required, preregistration for classes is encouraged.  Go here to create your online profile, sign waiver, and purchase your class package.
  • Classes are 90 minutes. Please stay for the duration of class.
  • Remember to breathe, smile and have FUN!
  • What to bring:
    • Yoga mat, and a full sized towel.
    • Water
    • A towel for the shower if you want a quick rinse off after class.
    • We have mats and towels available for sale or rent, and water for sale at the studio.

 

INTRO SPECIALS

Intro Month : $49

One month unlimited
First time only

You can purchase this introductory package only once at your first visit.

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How to Prepare for Your First Class

  • All ability levels are welcome. No experience necessary.
  • Class is 90 minutes. Please be prepared to stay entire class.
  • New students, please arrive 15 minutes before class to register.
  • Drink plenty of water before and after class in order to stay well hydrated. Bottled water is available for sale at the studio.
  • The studio will be very warm! Wear something you are comfortable sweating in. Women should wear shorts or  leggings and leotard, sports bra or halter-top. Men should wear shorts.
  • A yoga mat and a large towel are mandatory to practice. They are both available for rent or sale at the studio.
  • Avoid meals 2-3 hours before class, it is best to practice on an empty stomach.
  • No cell phones  in the studio.
  • Please do not have conversations in the yoga room prior to or after class, many students use this time for quiet relaxation.
  • The room is heated. Heat and humidity levels are closely monitored by instructors. Remember, you are here to make changes to your physical body and mind. You will naturally be uncomfortable during class at some point. Do your best.
  • Please remember, Hatha Yoga is based on discipline and respect. All students are expected to attempt postures as they are described. In attempting or trying the posture as much as you possibly can, you will receive the physical and mental benefits.

 

 Yoga Etiquette

Before Class

  • Class is 90 minutes. Please be prepared to stay entire class.
  • Arrive 10 minutes before class begins. First time students arrive 15 minutes before class.
  • Turn off cell phones and leave them in the locker. Never bring them into the yoga room!
  • Drink plenty of water throughout the day, before coming to class. Hydration is very important.
  • Avoid meals 2-3 hours before class, it is best to practice on an empty stomach.
  • Sign in and print legibly.
  • Ask questions either before or after class, but not during the class.

During Class

  • Refrain from talking in the yoga room. Many students use the time before class to quietly meditate and center themselves as they prepare for class.
  • Do your very best to stay in the yoga room once class begins.
  • You may bring bottled water into class with you — the teacher will indicate the points during class when everyone takes their water breaks.
  • Please refrain from wiping away your sweat throughout the class.
  • Practice stillness between postures. Honor the silence of the room by moving quietly. Focus on only yourself in the mirror.

After Class

  • Observe silence after the final savasana – meditation.
  • Leave the room quietly. Respect others.
  • Leave the rented mats on the yoga room floor. We will collect and clean them later.
  • Enjoy the peace and energy you’re taking with you from class, and come back as soon as you can!