FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are the benefits of yoga?
I'm a beginner, which class should I attend?
What if I'm not flexible?
What should I wear?
What should I bring?
Should I eat before class and how hydrated do I need to be?
What guidelines should I follow when I practice yoga?
Can I talk during class and ask questions?
I am really fit. Will Yoga challenge me?
What is the most important thing I need to know before taking Hot Yoga?
What does Namaste mean?
Is yoga covered by my insurance?
Requirements for Aerial Yoga
“Please practice self-care before any yoga class the same as you would before any workout! Be fully hydrated and have eaten. We want you to feel the best you can while you practice with us. Take care of yourself!” – Nicole F. LaFon
If you are pregnant, please let us know so we can offer modifications. Please don't assume your teacher knows you are pregnant. Prenatal Yoga is offered each Sunday, 1:30 - 2:30 pm. We also offer many other Prenatal Friendly classes each week. The teacher would be happy to offer modifications once made aware. Contact us for more information.
We had our Teacher Meeting this past weekend and discussed consistent temperatures for our classes across the schedule.
Warm: 88 - 92 Degrees
Hot Flow - Mix: 95 Degrees
Hot Flow - Set: 105 Degrees
Hooks for Bathroom Stalls
Request for Hooks on the Back of the Bathroom Doors: Ordered and Will Be in Soon.
Cork Blocks vs Foam Blocks
If you prefer a certain block, please let us know and we will get it for you. We try to keep a combination of both located at both prop shelves for your convenience.
Arriving Late to Class
Please try to arrive to class on time. We are considering a late policy. Until the policy is decided, if you do arrive after class has started, please enter as quietly, respectfully and mindfully as possible to provide the smallest disruption as possible.