In order to facilitate the optimal flow of energy throughout the body during your yoga practice we highly recommend that you arrive with the internal organs as unhindered as possible. Stop eating 2-4 hours before your planned time of practice and stop drinking a half hour before practice.
It is not an uncommon experience to be overtaken by
anxiety or feel intimidated by the thought of walking
into a room of people who all seem to know exactly what
they are doing. There is, however, no other place to
start but the beginning. Be courageous. Open the door.
Walk into the warmth of the room. Find a spot on the
floor that feels good to you and we will help carry
you along until you can stand on your own.
Traditionally Ashtanga is practiced six days a week, Sunday-Friday, except for moon days and ladies holidays. We highly recommend this approach to practice but it is not mandatory in our room. If you cannot commit to daily practice, next best is to create space for practice at regular intervals ie. Monday/Wednesday/Friday or Sunday/Tuesday/Thursday, something like that.
Please fee free to contact us with any questions or concerns
you may have.