Remove your shoes 

 

Please remove your shoes upon entering Infinite Yoga as a way of respecting the ancient tradition of the East and to provide a clean environment in which to practice. 

 

Always sign in

Please sign in on the sign-in sheets hanging in the lobby. Signing in affects your teacher's pay as well as the health of business.

 

Be punctual to every class

Please arrive 5-10 minutes early. Doors are locked shortly after class begins and will not be unlocked for late arrivals. Arriving late disrupts everyone's practice.

 

Leave all cell phones and belongings outside the studio

Please leave everything outside the studio. Everything that you need is provided by the studio. There are cubbies in the lobby for you to leave your shoes, wallet/purse, cell phone, etc.  Make sure you silence your cell phones, as they can still be heard through the lobby walls.  No phones, purses, or bags are allowed in the practice room.

 

Tell your teacher of any injuries

Inform your teacher before class of any injuries that you are working with for that day. Instructors will provide modifications for your practice.

 

Refrain from eating 2-3 hours before class

If you practice yoga on a full stomach, you might experience cramps, nausea, or vomiting, especially in twists, deep forward bends, and inversions. Digesting food also takes energy, which may cause you to feel lethargic. Drinking water is not recommended during practice.

 

Speak softly in the studio

Keep chatter at a whispering level, as many who come to yoga are looking for space for stillness and the time to get away from the constant hum of life.  Be mindful of your words.  Use this as a time to say less.  

 

Refrain from wearing perfume, cologne, or lotions

Strong smells can be distracting to other students, especially during deep breathing exercises. Lotions may cause slipping and injury.

 

Keep your mat and space clean

Natural cleaners are available behind the partition in the back of the studio for you to clean your mat and the floors around your practice area. If you borrow a mat, make sure to thoroughly clean the mat and drape it over the drying rack or patio chairs outside the studio. If you want to help clean the floors, see the instructor for a broom or dust mop.