Yoga Etiquette

​Be gentle in voice, movement, action, thought, and attitude. 

respect those who come to yoga for a safe, uplifting, and truthful environment.

If it's your first time attending a yoga class, here are a few tips on yoga etiquette. 

  • Please arrive for class at least 5 -10 min before the start.

  • For the sake of the other students, late arrivals will not be tolerated and you will not be permitted to enter.

  • Booking of classes is HIGHLY recommended.

  • Please be a thoughtful member of our family, and remember that when you book a class we expect to see you there!

  • Should a need to cancel arise, please let us know a minimum of 2 hrs before the scheduled class.

  • For your comfort DO NOT eat or drink before class. Your last meal should be a minimum of 2 hours before your class.

  • Drinking water during a class is NOT recommended.

  • Wear comfortable non-restrictive clothes, that are also not too low or too loose; natural fibbers are preferable so your body can breathe

  • You can bring your own mat or rent one from the studio (R5 donation is suggested for rentals so that we may keep the mats clean)

  • Please bring a sweat towel of your own.

  • Please DO NOT use any strong fragrances before your classf you are smoker please refrain from smoking before your class and please brush your teethStrong smells may be disturbing for those around you and even trigger an allergic reaction.

  • Never enter the studio with shoes, yoga is done barefoot.

  • If your feet are not clean, please wash them before entering the studio.

  • Please always make an attempt to shower the day of practice, even though we sweat and work hard we still come to class clean.

  • Be sure to turn off your cell phone and electronic devices.

  • Please remember if you DO NOT wish for your teacher to adjust you physically let us know, we will respect your private space

  • Any health issues are required to be disclosed before starting practice.

  • If you are SICK, please REFRAIN from practice and only come to class when you are on the mend. You don’t want to get your fellow yogis and teacher sick. If you want to blow your nose, please use a tissue and throw it away.