Studio Etiquette

Please Take Responsibility for the Energy You Bring Into This Space

Practice Ahimsa by being gentle in voice, energy, movement, actions, and attitude. This respects those who come to yoga for a safe, healing, sacred environment.

Share the Love, Not the Germs

We are all about sharing, but not when it comes to germs! If you are sick,  please stay home.


Please be mindful that all odours are amplified in the hot room (perfume, body odour, cigarettes, etc.).

Please wear deodorant and regularly wash your yoga mat, clothes, and yourself.

In case of allergies, please do not wear perfumes to class.

Quiet Please– This Is a No Talk Zone

Once you enter the studio, it’s time to turn inwards. Please respect the quiet and sacred space and do not talk or whisper inside the studios. Please unravel your mat and set up props quietly.

Respect Space

To maximize space, line up your mat with the others and please do not step on other people’s mats.


Late comers will not be permitted to enter the room- no exceptions.

We recommend arriving 15 minutes before class to sign in and give yourself time to lay out your mat, gather props, and bring your breath to an even and steady pace.

Cell Phones and Personal Items

Yoga equipment and water bottles are the only things permitted in the  studios.

Cell phones, purses, bags, jackets, shoes, clothing, and food are not permitted. There are lockers to be used at your own discretion.

Reservation and Sign in

Signing in at the front desk is required before every class (this includes back-to-back classes).

If you want a guaranteed spot, it is best to reserve online before class. Otherwise, reserve upon arriving- pending availability.

Hydrate Well

Come to class well hydrated. Bring water into class and avoid caffeine before class.
Eat lightly 2-3 hours before your practice and remember to drink water after class.

Adding electrolytes can also be beneficial. We have these in our boutique.

All For One

We are a team: we start and finish class together. Please arrive on time and stay for the whole class, including the final savasana (unless there is a medical emergency).

Savasana is the most important part of our yoga practice. It allows us to reap the benefits of our physical endeavors and enables us to bring yoga from asana into self-awareness through meditation.

Respect Your Teacher

While we encourage modifications, please respect the teacher’s sequence save your self practice for home.

Off the Mat, Into the World

Spread the sense of peace you find in your practice to others throughout your day.
Smile and chat with your classmates. Be kind and love one another.