Inner Vision Yoga’s dedicated and enthusiastic teachers have extensive experience in every aspect of yoga from asana to anatomy to philosophy with an emphasis on cultivating greater awareness. All classes are taught in a thoroughly supportive atmosphere to encourage physical and mental transformation. “Go in, Peace Out” means that you experience more than just a “workout”; each class becomes a practice integrating mind, body and soul.
Inner Vision Yoga’s dedicated and enthusiastic teachers are some of the most experienced in the state and have extensive experience in every aspect of yoga from asana to anatomy to philosophy with an emphasis on cultivating greater awareness. All classes are taught in a thoroughly supportive atmosphere to encourage physical and mental transformation.
The following is a list of guidelines and suggestions for a great experience at our studio.
- Please turn off or completely silence cell phones (please do not leave your phone on vibrate).
- Please refrain from wearing perfume or cologne.
- You will find it less “slippery” if you do not use lotion or moisturizer before class.
- Please bring a large towel and full water bottle to the more active and heated classes.
- All instruction is a suggestion; nothing is mandatory. Rest is always an option.
- Please arrive before class starts and give yourself time to change and register.
What to bring for yoga class
Coming in before or after work? Inner VisionYoga has changing rooms and showers available. As for the class itself, here’s what to bring…
- Comfortable, non-restrictive workout clothing
- A water bottle and towel for heated and more active classes (water is also available on premise, but you will need to bring your own bottle to fill)
- A yoga Mat (yoga mats may also be purchased or rented at Inner Vision Yoga)
- A change of clothing if you’d like to shower before or after class (soap/shampoo is provided)
Towel and Mat rentals are available for $3. Props such as blocks, blankets and belts will be available in-class if needed.
Perhaps the most important thing to bring is yourself — to just show up and give yourself the gift of time spent strengthening and cleansing the body/mind while connecting with your entire being.
I’m new to Yoga. What should I expect?
Nothing like you’ve ever experienced before. Ideally, yoga teaches us to let go of expectations so we can experience life as it is in this moment.
Here is some additional reading:
- If arriving late, please be courteous and quiet when entering a class already in session. Latecomers may be turned away if too late. Please understand that we try to honor safety and discourage disruptions.
- See staff for lost & found items. Please check on lost items promptly. Items remaining after 3 weeks will be donated.