Private classes are also available. Please call for further details. Namaste!
Lake Mary, Oviedo, Winter Springs, Casselberry, Chuluota, Geneva, Waterford Lakes and the surrounding Orlando, FL area.
You are welcome to wear a mask, though not required. We encourage you to bring your own props. Please maintain the suggested social distance of 6 feet. The studio has been pre-measured and marked with blue tape. This is guidance as to where to place your mat and set up space. We ask everyone for patience and fluidity during these challenging times. Looking forward to seeing everyone back at the Studio!
This allows time for you to sign in at the front desk, find a space, unroll your mat and collect your props (any blankets, bolsters, blocks or straps you need to modify poses) without disturbing anyone. It also gives you an opportunity to get into the right mind-set. Please keep in mind, we lock the doors 5 minutes after class time for safety reasons. If it’s your first class, you will need to sign our intake/waiver form.
Please no wearing of shoes in the studio. All personal items (shoes, jackets, jewelry, bags, keys, phones, etc.) should be left in your car or placed in a cubby. Cell Phones should be turned off or placed in silent-mode. We are not responsible for personal items.
Personal hygiene is extremely important. Please arrive free of odor and fragrance free. It can be distracting and unpleasant for fellow students and teachers.
A key part of class is the final asana/pose savasana. It can also be the most challenging pose in yoga. Savasana is your reward. Your chance to sink into the mat, letting everything go. This posture allows the body to return to “normal”. It allows the heart rate to lower, muscles to let go and the body temperature to begin lowering. It also allows the student to absorb the peace and the space they created in their body. This is the posture that connects everything in practice together, without it, practice is incomplete.
We suggest and encourage you to be very well hydrated before class. Traditionally in yoga, the student does not drink water during the practice. In Ayurvedic (traditional Indian) medicine, yoga helps the body build the digestive fire necessary to break down food; to drink in the middle of practice quenches that fire. If you feel the need to drink water during your practice, please do, especially during hot classes. Just keep in mind, yoga is not a Western exercise. You do not want to be chugging water. Try to hydrate before & after class.
Some students like to bring a small towel to use for wiping excess sweat. We encourage you and recommend you bring your own mat. Why? Hygiene. It’s your mat. No one else will use it. It also helps to build a strong link with your practice, A sense of connection. Feet rooted to the same mat, creates a feeling of familiarity, warmth. With your mat in hand, the connection begins before you arrive to class. If you do not have a mat, no worries. We offer mat rental for $2.
A yoga practice is personal and requires a quiet and focused mind. Socializing with fellow yogis is great! Just please do so before entering the studio or wait until after class has ended.
Wear comfortable clothing. Something with no restrictions and allows you to move freely. Dressing in a way that won’t distract anyone or make them uncomfortable is a kindness to your fellow students. Modesty is traditionally a part of the yoga practice.
Before class, it is always a good idea to tell the teacher if you have any physical issues/limitations or if you prefer not to receive any hands-on assists. Remember this is your practice. Do only what feels right/good for you!
Wipe down any borrowed mats after practice and put props away neatly where they belong.
Be aware of your presence and how you interact with other people.
Most of all Be respectful. To the instructor, to the class and to yourself!
We encourage you to not take yourself so seriously. Have fun. Laugh. Cry. Get out of your comfort zone. See where your yoga practice takes you. You’ll be glad you did. It’s a beautiful journey!