Arrive on Time
All yoga classes start promptly as scheduled. Please arrive early to the yoga studio: out of respect for the on time students, the instructor, and mostly to give yourself time to relax before class. Students arriving late may not be admitted to the class.
For at least two or three hours before class. If you practice yoga on a full stomach, you might experience cramps, nausea, or vomiting, especially in twists, deep forward bends, and inversions. Digesting food also takes energy that can make you lethargic.
Dress Appropriately for Yoga
Wear loose clothing or athletic apparel in class. If you need to change your clothing before class, please arrive early enough to change and be in the class on time.
Don't Wear Perfumes
Whether natural or artificial. This includes essential oils, aftershaves, scented shampoos, and the like. Sweating intensifies the smells and some students can be very sensitive to this.
Leave Shoes on the Shelves
Leave shoes on the shelves in the reception area. Do not wear shoes past the reception area.
Check the Front Desk
Make sure to check in at the front desk. Sign the class roster sheet and the class pass book.
Turn off Mobile
Turn off mobile, or put them on silent. Make sure alarms are also set to off. Leave socializing and business outside the studio, so the peace of the practice is not disturbed.
Inform Your Instructor
Do let your teacher know about injuries or conditions that might affect your practice. If you are injured or tired, skip poses you can’t or shouldn’t do, or try a modified version.
Ask for Help
Don’t be afraid to quietly ask your yoga teacher for help if you don’t having trouble doing something. A quick mention to the teacher can be the difference between having a horrible time and being comfortable enough to focus on your practice.
Clean the Mat
Please clean your mat after the practice and return it to where you found it or ask where it should be put once you’re done with it.
Keep Voice Low
Keep your voices low when you are in the common area. You may feel invigorated after class, but your voice will travel far in the tranquil environment of the studio.
Don't Leave Class
Do not leave the class during Savasana (relaxation). If you must leave before the class is finished, do so before Savasana, allowing sufficient time to collect your mat and other belongings and to leave quietly.
Don't Step on Other Mats
Don’t Step on Other Mats