(905) 338-YOGA (9642)
131 Kerr St. • Oakville

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What you need to know before you attend your first class

  • Aim to arrive 20-30 minutes early, allowing time to find parking, sign-in, and your place on the mat. Late comers may not be permitted.
  • Make sure you are well hydrated, especially if you'll be attending a hot class
  • Classes are practiced barefoot. Outdoor shoes are not permitted beyond the reception area.
  • Wear light-weight comfortable clothing, avoiding cotton (because it holds water)
  • Don't wear PERFUME or other strongly scented beauty products
  • Consider whether or not you may need a shower, to avoid embarrassment or the discomfort of others around you 
  • It is best not to eat before you attend class
  • You are responsible for your own health and wellbeing. Make sure you have the green light from your health care provider
  • Do not bring valuables to the studio

At the studio

  • Remove outdoor shoes upon entering the studio. Leave your shoes on the black mats in the designated areas
  • No cell phone usage beyond the reception area. no visible cell phones in changerooms please. This is for the security and comfort of the other patrons
  • Keep voices low and conversation to a minimum in all areas of the studio beyond the reception and juice bar.

In the practice rooms

  • Observe silence, whisper if need be
  • In a hot class use the blue towel provided on your mat
  • Kneel with your head down or lie down on your back if you begin feeling overwhelmed or tired
  • Drink as much water as your body tells you you need, but be aware of a behaviour we call "posture avoidance"
  • Stay for the final Savasana. If you need to leave class early, give yourself 2 minutes on your back before your exit the room and  please do so quietly

Following the class

  • Leave props & mats where they are so we can be sure to disinfect them before putting them away
  • Place towels in the black laundry hampers provided
  • Drink more water. Feed your body some protein, vitamins and minerals
  • It is good Karma to thank your teacher. 

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