Which class is right for me?

I have never done yoga.

If you are brand new to the practice, that’s great! There are so many options at Body Bliss. Try starting with one of these:

  • Yoga Fundamentals
  • Flow Fundamentals
  • Gentle Kundalini
  • Yoga for Wellness

I want a class to help me relax.

Well, we have you covered FOR SURE! If you value some quiet time with poses that help you completely release, try one of these classes:

  • Restorative Yoga
  • Yin and Restorative
  • Yoga for Wellness

I really need a good stretch.

There are a couple of options if you are looking to build mobility and loosen up. Here are some great options:

  • Yin Yoga
  • Vin Yin
  • Stretch and Roll

I want to work up a sweat.

Ah – we can help you with that. We have a lot of flow options that will give you a challenge. To be honest, there are too many to list here because they happen six days a week. Check out our schedule and find out when the next Vinyasa Flow class is. We promise that you won’t be disappointed!

I am a seasoned practitioner.

If yoga is just what you do, you may want something a little “out of the box”. Try this class on for size:

  • Vinyasa Flow Plus

I am healing from some injuries.

Many people healing from injuries are absolutely fine in a group yoga class, however, be sure to check with the instructor. If you need something a little more personal, please consider a private session or two with one of our extremely qualified yoga instructors. Call us to inquire or contact us by email.

Some Tips and Etiquette

When to arrive – It’s important to arrive at least ten minutes before class – especially if it’s your first one. This gives you time to fill out the new member waiver, get set up and have a brief visit with your instructor.

We have you covered – No mat? No problem. We have mats to borrow and all of the props you need for class. Just bring yourself and we will take care of the rest.

What to wear – Most comfortable pants will work for class. For the more intense classes, running or yoga pants are recommended so you don’t get too hot! Shirts are most comfortable with they are fitted so they don’t fall up around your face during class.

Spill the beans – Please let your instructor know if you have any injuries or special needs that may require additional assistance during class. Many times, they will be able to give you some advice that will get you through your first practice with ease.

Get your dogs out – There are no shoes permitted on the studio floor. Please take off your shoes always and depending on the class, most likely your socks. Many practitioners like to wear socks in yin and restorative classes.

Mats = personal space – It’s important that you do not step on other people’s mats in the studio. Please be mindful as you move about the room.