FAQ

What should I expect in the beginners’ class?
Introductory classes typically including standing and seated postures, level appropriate and safe inversions, twists and reclining poses. Curriculum is methodical and practice may be modified to accommodate individual concerns.

Do I have to be fit to participate?
No. Classes are designed to aid fitness and enhance well-being. Teachers are trained to accommodate many levels of physical capacity.

What should I wear to class?
Please wear shorts or footless leggings/yoga pants. It is important for the instructor to be able to see your knees and elbows.

Long, baggy pants are not recommended. Bare feet and an empty stomach are essential. Refrain from eating 2 hours before class. Jewelry and perfumes to a minimum.

Are there changing rooms?

We have women’s and men’s changing areas; no lockers or showers.

Do I Need to Bring a Mat?
Yoga Circle is a fully equipped studio; all the props/tools used during any class are provided at no additional cost. If you have your own mat/props and wish to use it/them, please feel free to do so.

Can I drop in for one class?
Absolutely. A single class costs $22.

Which class level is appropriate for me?
Introductory classes are designed to meet the needs of those who have never practiced yoga, or have been away from regular practice. Please feel welcome to attend any level appropriate Hatha yoga class.

If you are new to Iyengar yoga, and have recent experience with other traditions of yoga practice, we recommend the introductory or experienced beginner classes to become acquainted with the specific methodology of Iyengar yoga teaching and practice.