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Our Top Tips

1. Hydrate before the class. It is usually not recommended to drink big amount of water during the class but you can always take small sips during your practice.

2. Eat light. We highly recommend eating your last meal at least 2 hours or more before your class. If you feel really hungry enjoy our juices and light snacks from the Kona Bar.


3. Be an early bird. Arrive 15 minutes before the class to prepare and pick your spot at the studio. Getting to know your yoga friends is really great for enhancing yoga experience.

4. Child pose whenever you feel overwhelmed. We are all people. On one day we feel full of energy, other days are slower. There is no mark after the class. We do not compare ourselves to others. You will feel good when you give yourself completely to the practice. If it means to take a rest, you are free to do it anytime.


5. Savasana. The last 5-15 minutes are always reserved for our favourite pose The Corpse pose or Savasana. The most important pose of all. Please, try not to skip it. Even if you want to do so, go out very carefully to not destroy peace of your yoga mates. Namaste. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is yoga?

Yoga is a science of right living and intended to be incorporated in daily life. It works on all aspects of the person: the physical, vital, spiritual, mental, emotional and psychic.

 Yoga introduces ways of balancing and harmonising the body, mind and emotions through the practice of asana, pranayama, mudra, bandha, shatkarma and meditation.

The goals of yoga are fulfilment and freedom which are accessible to everyone through practice and non-attachment. 

To learn more we welcome you to join our classes.

How much does it cost and how can I purchase classes?

You can check our Pricing section for prices and Book now section to book directly from the website. You can also purchase a class or class packages directly in the studio. Our teachers are always available to help. 

What should I take for a class?

Come as you are. If you have a mat, feel free to bring it as well as a towel.


If you don’t have a mat, no worries! We have rental mats available. We also offer showers at the studio, so you can bring a change of clothes if you wish to freshen up after class.

Water bottles, mats, towels and other yoga accessories are also available to purchase in our retail store.

Light athletic clothes are best; avoid 100% cotton materials. Dress appropriately for movement and sweating, especially for Power or Vinyasa classes. Most importantly, wear something you are comfortable in.

What if I have never done yoga before?

Our instructors are trained to work with new and advanced students, and no prior knowledge is required. We acknowledge that every body is different, and there is no one-size-fits-all solution for each person. You will be guided through poses, cued to breathe and encouraged to practice.

Should I eat before a class?

It is usually best to practice yoga poses on an empty stomach. If this is difficult, a cup of tea, coffee, cacao or other drink may be taken before the class. Asanas can be practiced without discomfort one hour after a light meal. It is advised that you eat a heavy meal at least two or three hours before class. Food may be taken half an hour after completing the practice. 

Can I practice during menstruation?

Avoid practising asanas during heavy or painful menstruation. You can join our meditation classes instead. But if the menstrual flow is normal, some poses as Upavista Konasana, Baddha Konasana, Virasana, Janu Sirsasana, Paschimottanasana and Uttanasana may give a beneficial effect. Ask a teacher for guidance. Do not perform any inverted asanas during the whole period of menstruation.


Asanas can be practiced carefully during the first three months of pregnancy. All the standing postures and forward bending may be done with mild movements, and no pressure should be felt on the abdomen. Baddha Konasana is beneficial for all time of pregnancy any time of the day. Practice breathing exercises but do not retain your breath. 

First month after delivery avoid practicing yoga poses. After some time practice carefully.

What if I have a special medical condition?

Please consult your doctor first before attending a yoga class and listen carefully to all the recommendations. Yoga is meant to make you healthy in and out but in some cases advice should be taken.

If you suffer from dizziness or high blood pressure do not start any inverted yoga poses. But you may practice all forward bending postures if you suffer from low or high blood pressure.

What if I have to leave a class earlier?

If it is possible please pick a class from the schedule which is suitable for you. It is advisable to stay throughout the whole class and especially the final part (Savasana). In any case if you need to leave the yoga room be respectful and do it quietly. 

What if I late cancel or do not show for a class?

Please cancel classes booked 10-hours before the class start time.

If you cancel a booked class within 10-hours of the class start time, that is considered a late cancellation, and a class price can not be returned. If you do not show up for a booked class, it's considered an Absent No Show, and a class price can not be returned.

Can I place a Membership on Hold?

Yes! You can place your membership on hold, called a membership suspension, for up to 6-months or even longer under particular circumstances for any reason. Email us regarding a suspension up to five days before your monthly billing date, and we'll gladly assist you. 

Do we have classes for children?

We don't have classes for children at this time, but we may have them in the future. Currently our studio is a yoga sanctuary for adults only. Register and provide your email, when we do offer children's classes you'll be the first to know! 

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