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About Us


 

Our Philosophy…

 

ourphilosophy1We believe in giving individual attention to each practitioner. We love to answer all your questions, hear your ideas and concerns, and give consultations on your practice. We have seen the power that a wellness and fitness practice can have for personal transformation and our teachers are committed to help you achieve and sustain it. We strive to provide an intimate and personal atmosphere that is clean, calm, and healing.

 

interior1We hope you will find Yoga Now to be a sanctuary.

 

For the beginner we believe that yoga should be accessible--not an Olympic-style event. We offer many "Gentle" introductory classes entirely appropriate for true beginners (or even persons with minor injuries). Trust us--the benefits of yoga exercise can be experienced at all levels, by anyone, at any age.  So come see how good yoga can make you feel!

 

For the yoga enthusiast we believe in choice: we offer not just one style of yoga as other studios do, but several. Each person can either deepen their practice in a particular favorite style or branch out and experiment with others. We want to offer something for everyone--so come meet our eclectic and experienced teaching staff!

 

 

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Our facilities include:

 

  • A large yoga studio with hardwood floors
  • Yoga props such as mats, blocks, straps, blankets, and pillows available to all in the studio
  • Changing room with cubbies
  • Complimentary ginger tea and snacks
  • A retail boutique offering yoga and other wellness practice accessories and clothing, as well as unique gifts
  • Multiple bathrooms
  • Candle Waxing

 

 

 

Here are some suggestions to help you (and others) most fully enjoy your practice.

 

  • Make it part of your Yoga practice to arrive early. Getting to class about 10 minutes early can help you settle in and align your attitude with the purpose of the class. While you’re waiting you can practice a pose, do a few stretches or just sit or lie quietly, breathe and get centered.
  • If you are injured or tired, skip poses you can’t or shouldn’t do, or try a modified version.
  • Please do not chew gum during your practice. The chewing disrupts a quiet mind, distracts others, and poses the risk of choking.
  • Please turn off cell phones, pagers & anything that makes noise.
  • Please refrain from wearing fragrances because some people are allergic to strong odors.
  • Come with an empty stomach. A full, heavy stomach and busy intestines will distract you from your practice. Allow 2-3 hours digestion after a large meal.
  • If you must leave class early, do it before Savasana (final relaxation pose). If you need to leave early, allow yourself a few minutes in corpse pose to reap in the benefits of your shortened practice
  • The most important thing…enjoy yourself and have fun with your Yoga practice!