Is it just a good stretch?
Often people come to class and are surprised to discover how physically demanding the practice can be. Yes, you will get a good deep stretch, but you will also be challenged to build strength and endurance. At the same time, modifications will be offered to make the poses accessible to almost everyone.
Do I need to bring anything?
We supply the blocks, blankets, straps, sandbags and bolsters that you might need. Mat rentals are available for $2 per class. Click here to rent online. You are welcome to bring your own props and mat as well. Mat cleaner is also provided.
Can I bring my kids with me?
We love kids and you are welcome to bring your child with you provided that they will not interfere with the experience of the other students in the class. Children 12 and under can come to class for free.
Is there a place for me to put my personal items?
Yes! We have a bench in the hallway with space for you to leave your things leading to the studio that is securely inside our space and visible to the instructor throughout the entire class.
Where can I park?
The entire adjacent parking lot next to our space is available and only shared with one other business, providing ample parking for all of our students!
Do you have any free class options?
We offer monthly free classes at McCracken County Library. We also offer a discounted rate for students and active duty military. Ask your instructor if you think you might qualify. If you have a strong desire to practice yoga, but can’t afford our rates, we do have a limited number of scholarships available. Contact Ginny at email@example.com for more information.
Do you have gift cards available for purchase?
We do! You can purchase a gift card for any amount either online under our gift cards tab, or in our studio. If you choose to purchase one online, you can then print your gift card out to give to the lucky recipient or you can email it directly to them. Click here to give the gift of yoga.
Can I practice yoga if I have a certain health condition?
Let your teacher know of any injuries or physical limitations that you might have or if you are pregnant or trying get pregnant. Always stay aware of what you are feeling and listen to your inner teacher. Feel free to ask questions or ask for an adjustment if a posture doesn’t feel right; always respect your intuition. Let your breath be a guide to your practice; take a break if the breath becomes ragged or uneven. Feel free to explore your edges in postures, but never to the point of feeling pain.