NEW Flourish Yoga Students
Please arrive 15-20 minutes. You will need to fill out a quick registration form and discuss any injuries/health issues with your instructor prior to class.
What to wear?
Breathable fabric is preferred. Avoid cotton if possible. It is recommended to practice barefoot. No shoes allowed in the practice room.
Come to class hydrated
Please make sure you drink plenty of water, before you practice, to stay hydrated. It is important to rehydrate after your practice, not only with water, but electrolytes as well. Water, coconut water and other electrolyte drinks can be purchased in studio or bring your own bottle and fill up at our refillable water station.
When should I eat?
It is recommended to eat a couple hours before you practice. Everybody is different, so please find what works best for you.
What should I bring with me for practice?
A yoga mat, long towel and water are all required to practice. Feel free to bring your own or rent/purchase from the studio.
Remain in the studio the entire class
Listen to your body and take breaks whenever you feel necessary by laying down or sitting quietly on your mat. The desire for breaks fades as you focus on your breath and become acclimated to your environment. If for any reason you must leave early, please let the instructor know before class so they can assist you with the least disruption as possible.
Focus on progress not perfection
Yoga is for everyone, regardless of your age or body type. As long as you are focused on your breath and doing your personal best, you will receive all the benefits of each pose. Comparing ourselves to others steals our happiness, so please do not worry if you are not as flexible or perfectly balanced as someone next to you. Just breathe, focus on your own journey and leave knowing that you have made progress.
How often should I practice?
A consistent practice of 3-4 times a week will allow you to receive maximum benefits. You will still receive these benefits with a reduced amount of time, it just may take a little longer.