We are excited that you have found Yogadotcalm! We look forward to helping you begin or continue your path to wellness and hope that you have a pleasant experience at our studio. A few things to know:
Arriving at the Studio:
- You are welcome to attend any of our drop-in classes (Please read the Class Descriptions to determine which one is right for you - we recommend starting with Gentle, Foundations or Yoga for Backs).
- Online sign-in is NOT required to attend our regular classes, simply arrive about 10-15 minutes before your chosen class, and we will get you to sign our waiver, and set you up with your preferred pass option. (If you are an online kind of person...Sign-in and payment can also be made online through our Mind/Body system). Latecomers will not be accommodated.
- Please turn off your cell phone before entering the studio. Cell phone use is not permitted in the studio area.
- Please keep your voice low at all times, both in the studio and front area.
What to Bring and How to Prepare:
- Wear comfortable clothes, bring a yoga mat, and a small towel if you tend to sweat. (We rent mats for $1 if you do not have your own. Please wipe your rental mat with the cleaner provided after use.)
- We recommend you hydrate well before and after class and eat lightly 2-3 hours before class. Yoga is not enjoyable on a full stomach!
- Please refrain from using perfume, cologne or any strong scents on the day you attend the class.
- We ask that you store your belongings in our change rooms. Although our studio is safe and secure, we do not have lockers and encourage you to leave your valuables at home. Yogadotcalm is not responsible for any lost or stolen items.
- Please make sure your mat and clothes are clean.
- Please advise the teacher before class of any injuries or serious health concerns.
During the Class:
- Before class begins, we encourage you to meet your yoga neighbour!
- During class please refrain from chatting.
- We request that you stay for the entire duration of the class.
- Check your competitive side at the door. Although the room is full of people, yoga is a personal practice. You do not need compare yourself to those around you. Yoga is not a competition or a beauty contest.
- Practice with an open mind, and allow yourself some time to learn the practice. Just like anything, yoga takes time to learn - enjoy the process, as this is what yoga is really about anyways.
Please feel free to contact us with any further questions or concerns. We look forward to meeting you soon!