We value each student at Infinite Yoga and do our best to create an environment where everyone is encouraged to have their best personal yoga experience. To make that experience possible, we ask that you be mindful of some basic yoga etiquette.  By doing so, you will enrich your yoga experience, as well as the experience of your fellow students.


Arriving:  Please arrive at least 5-10 minutes prior to the start of your class.  Give yourself the time to get settled before you start your practice. Anyone coming in late after the class has started or if you have arrived and the studio door is closed, that means that the session has started, please select an alternative class time, latecomers will not be admitted. We appreciate your respect of the other members, instructors and the studio.


Bare Feet: Please remove shoes before entering the studio and strictly no footwear, bags or large objects in the yoga room, let’s keep the practice room clean and free of any distractions while we do our yoga practice.


Cleanliness: Students should be encouraged to wash their body before practicing. If this is impractical, they should be encourage to “freshen up” before coming into class, as strong body odour can make it difficult for other students (and you) to breath comfortably.


Scents: Whether perfume, cologne, deodorant or an essential oil, what smells good to one person might cause nausea to another, please refrain from wearing any scented products on skin or clothes while in class.


Talking:  Stay focus with your practice and leave the conversation after the class.


Cell Phones: Please no cell phones inside the practice room. This time is for you the outside world can wait.


Injuries or Condition: Please talk to your instructor about any pre-existing physical condition, old sports injuries or health concerns that might be relevant to your yoga class. Teachers will do their best to provide modifications to suit your needs.

Thanks for reading this and have a great class!


Attire: Yoga is best practice in comfortable clothing. When practice in a group setting, clothing should be simple and not a source of distraction.

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