PRANA YOGA ETIQUETTE:
Be at least 5 min early to class
Enter and leave the studio quietly. Take time to sit in quiet meditation and mentally and physically prepare for class.
First-timers? Come 10 or 15 minutes early so you can fill in a waiver. Get comfortable and take a look around your new yoga studio.
Group public classes are for students aged 14 and over.
Are you aged 14 to 18? If so, you need signed parental consent.
Shoe-free, phone-free zone and chewing-gum free zone
- Leave your shoes at the entrance; mobile phone turned off and hidden away.
Keep the studio clutter-free by putting your extra items in the cubbies provided in-studio.
No you can't chew gum and do yoga. Spit it out before you come into the studio.
Water? We have a reverse osmosis water system, but no cups. Bring your own water bottle. Hug the earth.
Your health: All students must complete a waiver
If you have health concerns, see your doctor before your practice and bring a note to class.
Pregnant students require a doctor's note.
We do not offer any medical advice — we teach led, group classes so if you are injured, see your doctor first. We will need a note confirming you are okay to practice.
Look after your body, ask for modifications and choose a class that suits your body and your fitness level.
Illness: if you are sick or have anything contagious, please do not attend — rest up and get better.
We will happily pause your pass until you are well.
Be mindful of others
Avoid perfumes as some people are allergic.
Be neat, quiet and mindful as you enter and leave studio.
Be nice. A yoga studio is not just about the physical practice, it's about smiles too.
Do Yoga: Yoga should never, never be painful. If something doesn't feel right for you, don't do it. Ask for another option
Listen to your body and go slow.
Rest if you need to.
Choose a style of yoga that works for you. New to yoga? Start with HATHA.
See our Class Descriptions for more info.
See our Terms/Conditions for buying passes, pausing your pass and returns/refunds.
Classes are for students 14 and over, and those under 18 years require signed parental consent