If you are new to yoga, the most important thing to remember going into your first class is that yoga is all about you – it’s your practice and nobody else’s. Don’t hesitate to rest during yoga class if you start to get overly tired or uncomfortable. Yoga should not be forced, so don’t feel that you need to do every pose. Finally, only look to other yoga students for cues on how to move through the poses; don’t compare yourself to them. Don’t hesitate to take a break when needed.
You should bring a yoga mat, bottled water, and a hand towel. We have loaners if needed and water for $1.
Please arrive 5- 10 minutes early for class, or 15 minutes early if it is your first time with us.
Refrain from eating at least 1-2 hours before class
Drink plenty of water before, during and after your practice
Let your teacher know of any injuries or health issue that will affect your practice of yoga
If you are unsure of a yoga posture or have any questions, please ASK YOUR INSTRUCTOR
The word yoga means “union”, describing the connection between body, mind and spirit. Yoga is beneficial for both mental and physical health, and these benefits can often be seen even after only one session. The mind body connection is the future of health. This explains why yoga is the fastest growing segment of fitness.
Yoga seeks to strengthen, calm and relax you. It promotes physical fitness, weight loss and recovery from illness or injury, while providing stress relief and a sense of well-being. Practicing yoga is great for reducing the stress and fatigue of daily life. Regular practice produces a clear, bright mind and a strong, capable body. Yoga offers great benefits to overall health and well being.
Yoga at Vibrant Life challenges beginners and seasoned practitioners alike to be the best that they can be and to live a vibrant healthy life. Discover all of the benefits that yoga can offer you !