MiDLANDS YOGA

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Studio Etiquette

Our aim is to ensure that everyone gets as much out of their practice as possible. Help us to help you by please observing the following:

 

  • Sign in 15 minutes before the class starts. Even if you have booked online, to make sure you don't lose your spot. Sorry, but anyone signing in after this time may not be allowed entry to class.

 

  • Slip your shoes off before you go into the room- we practice barefoot!

 

  • Set up quietly so you do not disturb others. Many people arrive early so they can enjoy the heat and some quiet before the class starts- and you are welcome to do the same.

 

  • The studio is a quiet place. No talking is allowed in the studio, also please be mindful of talking loudly when in the reception area.

 

  • Please ensure you bring your own towel and water into the room with you (mats are provided).

 

  • You must leave purses, phones, and keys outside of the room. It is essential to the practice that no outside noises disturb the class. Please do not smuggle any of these into the room. Try and stay in the room. This is really important. The heat can be a big challenge for a lot of people at the start of their practice. Get your body acclimatised to the heat; don't run away from it. This might mean not pushing yourself too hard to start with or even sitting a few postures out. You have a lifetime of yoga ahead of you so don't try and squeeze all your ambition into one class. Pace yourself and you will do just fine. If you have to leave, then that's fine but try not to disturb you fellow yogis!

 

  • Please make sure all mobile phones are switched off.

 

  • Please do not come to the class if you are sick. Many people crave the heat and sweat when they have a cold, but again, it's not fair to everyone else!

 

  • Please try and stay in the room for the entire practice. If at any point the heat becomes overwhelming then please take a short break by lying down on your mat- if you do have to leave please do so with as little disturbance as possible.

 

  • Let your teacher know before the start of the class if you have any injuries or illnesPlease listen to your teacher to ensure you are guided through your practice correctly. Try and stay in the room. This is really important. The heat can be a big challenge for a lot of people at the start of their practice. Get your body acclimatised to the heat; don't run away from it. This might mean not pushing yourself too hard to start with or even sitting a few postures out. You have a lifetime of yoga ahead of you so don't try and squeeze all your ambition into one class. Pace yourself and you will do just fine. If you have to leave, then that's fine but try not to disturb you fellow yogis! Avoid the front row until you are really familiar with the postures as people behind you will be copying you from there! Avoid the front row until you are really familiar with the postures as people behind you willbe copying you from there!

 

  • Avoid the front row until you are really familiar with the postures as people behind you will copying you from there.

 

  • Bring 1.5 litres of water to class with you. We sell water at reception if you don’t bring your own. Make sure you sip it slowly to avoid overfilling your stomach and only drink between postures so that you don’t disturb those holding postures around you.

 

  • And most importantly enjoy yourself!

 

Keep smiling! It's only yoga after all and there's always tomorrow!