Our Policies

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In today’s world of constant connectivity, it can be hard to disconnect and find moments of peace. In order to maintain a positive environment for all members of our community, we have implemented the following policies.


Arrive early. Getting to class 10 minutes ahead of time allows you to settle in and start relaxing. Use this time to practice a pose, stretch, or just breathe and center yourself. We offer a 5 minute window before starting class, but after that, the doors will be locked.

NO Late Entry


Check in when entering the studio. Let our staff know if you are new as you will need to sign a waiver. If you have physical issues, please make your instructor aware.

Personal Belongings

Place your belongings in the cubbies in the studio (other than what you need for your practice). Do not worry, they will be safe as the door is locked once class starts.

**No cell phones are allowed during class**

Mindfulness in the Studio

The studio itself is a quiet place for those trying to slow down and let go of their day. Please enter (and exit) as quietly as you can to respect those relaxing. The lobby is a great place to catch up with your friends.

We ask that conversations be mindful of this and remain low.


Wear comfortable clothing that you can stretch in. Loose tops and shorts can become an issue when turning upside down or lifting a leg. Clothing that stays put will leave you feeling more comfortable and confident in class. For the comfort of everyone in the room, come clean and free of heavy perfumes (the yoga practice heightens all five senses, including our sense of smell).

Mats and Props

We do highly recommend, if you are going to have a regular yoga practice, that you purchase your own mat. A mat that is familiar and used only by you feels comfortable and will be less distracting for your practice.

For your convenience, high quality mats are available for use at the studio, as well as cleaner and towels to wipe down after use.


Put your full intention into class, but detach yourself from the results. Always practice compassion with yourself to avoid strain or injury; no matter what your level is, you will benefit from practicing your version of every pose.

Leaving Early?

We do encourage you to stay for the entire practice; we also understand that, occasionally, life may not line up exactly with your schedule. Let us know if you need to leave early, and please do so quietly before Savasana starts to ensure the least amount of disturbance. A space near the door will allow you to slip out more easily.