We have something for EVERY body! At SRY, we want you to feel at home on your yoga mat. Follow these tips to get started:
- Please arrive to your first class at least 10-15 minutes early to fill out a questionnaire and health form, take a tour of the studio, and get situated in class. Most classes are always 75 minutes unless otherwise specified.
- You can pre-register and pay for your first class here. Or, simply drop in when you’re ready and we’ll take care of the rest!
- We have mats at the studio if you need one.
- Dress comfortably in clothes that give you full range of motion. Take off your shoes and socks before class and please refrain from using heavy fragrances.
- Please turn cell phones off.
- Try not to eat anything heavy at least two hours before coming to class and stay hydrated.
- Feel free to ask any questions you may have before or after class. Providing teachers with feedback, questions, and/or comments will help the teacher to enhance your practice and ensure your safety. Be sure to always inform the teacher of any injuries or health concerns so they can better assist you.
- Always listen to your body. Please, never go to a place of pain, but do allow yourself to feel stretch and sensation. We are all built different anatomically. What one person may be able to do, another body cannot. Yoga is not a competitive sport. Be patient. Let go of comparing yourself to others; release your self-judgment. Do not force yourself to be flexible or strong; both will come in time for your individual body.
- Physical assists from instructors are optional and may occasionally be offered; please feel free to let the teacher know if you are not comfortable with this.
- We are here to help! Please don’t hesitate to reach out to our front desk staff or teachers at any time during your visit.
Special Offers Just For You!
– $40 (plus tax) for one month of unlimited yoga
– $50 (plus tax) for a 5 class card with no expiration
Be aware of the movement of energy through your body. In challenging poses, visualize your energy body moving into the shape you want your physical body to achieve. Rather than focusing on what is wrong in each posture, appreciate your ability to enter the poses at your own level. Postures are tools for exploring yourself, not goals that you are trying to achieve.