Be sure to inform your instructor if you have any special health concerns or medical conditions. We are happy to provide modifications to almost all postures and exercises. Always advise if you are pregnant, think you may be pregnant, or are post partum.
We do not provide child care for classes. For liability reasons, children are not allowed to wait in the lobby while participants are in class.
Leaving early is disruptive to students. Please plan to stay for the whole class. Instructors will honor your schedule by making an effort to always end on time.
If this is your first time at MOVE+breathe, we encourage you to arrive 10 minutes early to meet the instructor and tour our facility.
In general, please arrive a few minutes early to class so you can get set up.
Absolutely! We have many different yoga mats for students to borrow or “try out” during class free of charge. Yoga mats are available for purchase at our studio.
One of the benefits of practicing yoga is an increase in awareness. As we practice, we are especially in tune with our sense of smell, we are more aware of odors, fragrances, and smoke. Please consider practicing in clean clothing that is void of the smell of fried foods, perfumes, colognes, and smoke.
Wear comfortable stretchy clothing. Layers are good as you warm the body and cool it down.
Shoes are removed in the reception area outside the yoga studio and placed in the cubbies. Socks may be worn in the studio; however, it is recommended to practice in bare feet.
Please silence your phone and leave your phone and personal belongings in a cubby in the reception area. Doors are locked during each class.
Read more at Studio Etiquette.
Yes you can bring water. We suggest that you come to classes 1-2 hours after eating.
The answer to this question just depends on your goals. To receive the maximum benefits from your yoga practice coming 4 or more times a week is advised but many of our practitioners come 2-3 times per week and they notice a real difference in strength and balance.
Absolutely not! One of the best benefits of yoga is gaining flexibility, meeting the body wherever it is and creating overall health.
Gentle Yoga, would be considered a Level One class that would be suitable for beginners or those who are coming back to their practice.
We primarily practice Hatha Yoga. The word Hatha comes from the root words ‘Ha’ meaning sun and ‘Tha’ meaning moon. Hatha yoga is a path toward creating balance and uniting opposites. In our physical bodies we develop a balance of strength and flexibility. We also learn to balance our effort and surrender in each pose. There are several different styles of yoga that fall under the umbrella of Hatha Yoga, examples include Vinyasa, Restorative, Ashtanga, Gentle and Yin.
Don’t hesitate to call us if you need help with anything in regards to your yoga practice. We look forward to meeting you and can’t wait to have you as part of our MOVE+breathe Family!
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