AHIMSA (Non-harming)

While yoga is for everyone, not every class is appropriate for every body.  In order to have the best experience possible, please make sure you are in the appropriate class for your level of experience.  Beginners -- if you are unsure which class to begin with, please reach out and we will have a teacher call you to support the beginning of your practice.  Click HERE for a form to fill out and we'll be in touch within 48 hours.

Yoga is not a competitive sport.  It is a practice of awareness: an exploration of strength and space with an attention to your breath. If you cannot breathe fully, come out of a posture. If something hurts, stop.  Yoga should not hurt.  Use your breath to lead you into deeper experiences, not your will.  Lean into and explore discomfort, both physical and emotional.  Above all be gentle and kind,  to yourself and your fellow students.

Please arrive early to arrange your space so the room is settled by class time. Latecomers disrupt other students.

We realize life happens and allow entry to the room up to five minutes after the start of the class. Please be mindful of your time and try to arrive to class early as the doors may be closed at any time after the class has begun.