photos by Casey Scalf,  Storybook Studios

photos by Casey Scalf, Storybook Studios

*Please Note* At our studio we lock the door at the beginning of class and it will remain locked to maintain a mindful and safe environment.

We want you to have the best experience possible. If you have questions, comments, or feedback send us an email & let us know.

How should I prepare for class?

  • Eat a light snack 2 hours before class

  • Come hydrated

  • Wear comfortable, non-restrictive clothing

  • Please remove your shoes and socks

  • Avoid wearing any perfumes or heavy scents

  • Let your teacher know if you have any injuries or restrictions

  • Please turn off your phone while in the studio

  • Most important, come with an open mind

What are the benefits of yoga?

Increases flexibility, lubricates joints, ligaments and tendons, benefits our circulatory, lymphatic, digestive, nervous, and respiratory systems, detoxifies, tones the muscles, reduces stress,depression and anxiety, promotes body awareness, increases mental calmness, you will experience better sleep, and expands the breath.


I'm not flexible, can I do yoga?

Yes! Yoga is not about touching your toes. Through the consistent practice of yoga, you will gradually improve your flexibility. Yoga is about developing self-awareness and being comfortable with where you are in your practice that day.

What is Vinyasa?

Vinyasa means "to place in a special way," by making the action of your breath encourage movement. It is sometimes referred to as a "Flow," which means poses are linked together in sequences. It promotes muscle tone and flexibility of the joints, increases cardiovascular and respiratory strength while clearing the body of toxins, leaving you feeling calm and centered.


What is the meaning of Namaste?

Namaste is a gesture by bringing your hands together in front of your heart. It is a way to acknowledge we are all one. It has many meanings, one we like is "the light in me honors and acknowledges the light in you".

Why do we AUM/"OM?"

A way to acknowledge a connection with our practice and everything around us. It is completely voluntary, you may choose to join in or simply listen.