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New To Yoga? Here are my top ten tips for yoga class etiquette.

Your First Yoga Class ? Warm Welcome!


Walking into a new environment can be a bit intimidating, especially if it's your first time trying something new. But fear not! The yoga community is all about inclusivity, relaxation, and personal growth. So, take a deep breath, relax, and allow us to guide you through a smooth journey into the world of yoga.


1. Arrive Early: Arriving a bit early gives you time to settle in, check-in, and familiarize yourself with the studio space. It also helps you ease into the calm atmosphere without feeling rushed.

2. Dress Comfortably: Wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move and stretch freely. You don't need fancy gear – just something you feel relaxed in.

3. Bring Your Mat: If you have a yoga mat, bring it along. If not, most studios provide mats for rental or purchase. A mat adds to your comfort and stability during the practice.

4. Introduce Yourself: Don't hesitate to introduce yourself to the instructor and fellow students. Our community is friendly and welcoming, and everyone is here to support each other.

5. Listen to Your Body: Yoga is all about respecting your body's limits. If a pose feels uncomfortable, feel free to modify it or take a rest. It's your practice, and you're in control.

6. Turn Off Your Devices: Yoga is a time to disconnect and focus on yourself. Please turn off your phone or put it on silent mode to avoid distractions.

7. Mind Your Hygiene: It's a shared space, so being mindful of personal hygiene ensures a pleasant experience for everyone. Freshen up before you come to the studio.

8. Stay Hydrated: Bring a water bottle to keep yourself hydrated throughout the class. Sip water when needed, especially if you're attending a hot yoga session.

9. Stay for Savasana: The final relaxation pose, Savasana (Corpse Pose), is an essential part of the practice. It allows your body to absorb the benefits of the class and promotes deep relaxation.

10. Respect the Quiet Space: The studio is a serene place for self-reflection. Keep conversations hushed and respect the peaceful environment others are seeking.

Remember, every yogi was once a beginner. Be proud of yourself for taking this step, and enjoy the journey of self-discovery and growth. Our instructors are here to guide you, and your fellow yogis are here to support you. Embrace the experience with an open heart and a relaxed mind.


Cant wait to see you on the mat!

With warmth and gratitude, Allie Kornbluth, Certified Yoga Instructor | Yoga Soul Good


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