Beginner Yoga Classes and Workshops
“We recommend these yoga essentials for every class.”
What to bring to class:
Your yoga mat or you may borrow one of ours
Enthusiasm and an open mind
Things to Know
Knowing these things will make your experience even more enjoyable.
What you ought to know:
Wear comfortable clothing that conforms to the body and stays in place. In doing so, you won’t feel shy about getting deep into that downward dog.
Yoga is practiced barefoot.
Let your teacher know before class if you are pregnant or have injures. Modified poses that keep you comfortable and avoid strain can be recommended.
It’s OK to take a break. Feel comfortable doing so and remember everyone’s yoga path is unique.
Tips for Success
Our teachers and Joy yogis offer tips and advice for new yogis.
Our Yogi Tips for success:
Listen to your body. It will tell you when to push forward and when to slow down.
Keep up with your practice. When you are tired after work, go to yoga. When you are pumped and energized, go to yoga.
Don’t miss out on Savasana at the end of class! Yes. Savasana looks like adult nap time, but its feels wonderfully relaxing. It is designed to give the body a chance to regroup and reset itself after a practice.
The Joy Yoga Difference
You don’t have to bend and twist like a pretzel to be able to do yoga. At Joy Yoga, we help yogis at every level determine what they are looking for out of their practice to ensure that each individual is uniquely challenged and on track for what their fitness goals are. Everyone is different and can use yoga practice in a variety of ways. This is why we offer over 13 different yoga classes to encompass a broad spectrum of helping yogis achieve their optimum health and happiness. From relax and revive classes to power and cardio, Joy Yoga is here to help you start practicing yoga that is right for your lifestyle.