Everyone will leave smiling and sweaty.
Prepare for your Yoga Class:
· Yoga Drop in’s are welcome but pre-registration is strongly suggested-specifically your first time (save time ~ sign-up online)
· All yoga classes have a 12 hour cancellation policy-cancel online or via email
· Arrive 15 minutes before your session to check in and prepare for your session
· For your own safety we recommend not arriving more than 10 minutes past the class start time-if you arrive later than 10 , we will ask you to reschedule your class
· Turn off your cell phone and remove your shoes before entering the studio
· Notify your instructor of any injuries, illnesses, or pregnancy
· Wear comfortable, form-fitting workout clothing and bring layers
· Don’t forget to hydrate post-yoga (toxins, be gone)
· Practice often! The more you practice, the more you will see results
· Sweat and Smile!
We welcome all levels in all classes:
Our instructors will be able to meet you at your level and regress or progress movements and poses as needed.
Yoga is a complete wellness system that improves physical, mental, and emotional well-being, the benefits of which have been widely reported in both medical journals and mainstream press alike.
A regular yoga practice will improve not only strength and flexibility but also your respiratory, digestive, reproductive, endocrine, lymphatic, and nervous systems.
The physical benefits of yoga are just the beginning. Yoga practitioners describe a whole host of subtle transformations in their lives. Yoga is also a great supplement to other forms of exercise you may already be practicing.
Yogabeach is where stillness meets movement and the body breathes you. Our dynamic yoga classes invite you to immerse yourself in a feeling of energized focus, experience complete absorption and reemerge positive, energized and aligned. Realize Flow. Studio is typically heated to 79 degrees.
*Caution: Practitioners have been known to experience spontaneous joy and rapture.
"The cure for anything is salt water: sweat, tears or the sea." Isak Dinesen