At Glow Yoga, we believe that yoga is for everyone. We offer a variety of classes including All Levels, Yoga Sculpt, Buti Yoga, Restorative and Yin Yoga & Power Flow to meet you where you are. Our classes are intelligently sequenced to support you along your yoga journey. All in an uplifting and supportive environment.
We have classes 7 days a week. We usually offer morning and evening classes to fit your schedule. Below is a link to our schedule.
If you have a yoga mat, we suggest bringing it with you to class. If you don't have a yoga mat, we have some at the studio you can use, however there is a $2 mat fee. This covers sanitizing the mat after class.
We have bins in our seating area for your personal belongings. Be sure to gather all of your things before you leave.
Registering before you come to class is not required. You can drop in to a class without registering. Please note that if you drop in without registering, you need a little extra time to pay your drop in fee and get settled on your mat.
This is different for everyone, but generally about 5-10 minutes before the class starts is a good amount of time to put your things in a bin and get settled on your mat.
Your yoga mat (or $2 if you plan to borrow one), water, and a hand towel if you'd like. You should wear comfortable clothes that you can move around in.
Many studios will have space near the door or entrance way to leave your shoes. Do not put shoes on your yoga mat. Yoga is practiced in bare feet, so take off your socks, too.
Or simply don’t bring it into the room! Of course, if you’re in a setting with lots of foot traffic or if theft is an issue, you may carry it (along with your wallet and other valuables) into the studio. But turn it off. Not to vibrate… off!
This allows plenty of time to settle in, get centered, and prepare for practice. Unroll your mat quietly, so as not to disturb students who are already there. Check in with your mood and begin to let go of outside thoughts and concerns. Lie quietly, or do some gentle warm-up poses.
The final relaxation pose, called Corpse Pose — "Savasana" (shah-VAHS-uh-nuh) in Sanskrit — is vital to your practice. It’s a time for stillness and deep rest that lets your body fully receive the benefits of yoga. If you absolutely must leave early, let your teacher know prior to class and leave quietly before Savasana starts. Be sure to allow sufficient time to collect your mat and belongings.
Practicing yoga in a group setting creates a sacred, safe zone. Observe silence before, during, and after practice. Allow room for other students to come in. Refrain from unnecessary talking, grunts, and moans. Do not chew gum — it’s distracting and unsafe. Never adjust the lights, fans, windows, or thermostat without permission.
For your safety, as well as respect for the teacher and other students, do not go to a class that is beyond your current level. Work from where you are, not where you think you should be. Never force to hold or attain a pose. Ask for modifications and practice your moves with control. Remember, it’s not a race.