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We encourage those who try us for the first time to bring a positive open mind. You never know what you're going to get! Physically, you should bring your
1) Yoga Mat
2) Yogi Toes / Towel + Hand Towel to wipe off sweat
2) A container for water (we have a fountain at the studio you are able to use).
3) A change of clothes if need be. We do have showers at the studio so if you are in a hurry to get back to work or would like to rinse off the sweat you are able to do so!
4) Sandals or Flip Flops (this is because it is easier to slip on and off before and after class, but not necessary)
5) A Form of Payment. We take cash or card, no personal checks. We are Asian Hippies but we still have to pay rent, feed our families and put food in our stomachs. Just be respectful of every staff member's time and trust in you.
Loveland Yoga Studio offers classes of every level and degree. If you have never tried yoga before we do recommend trying our Hot Yoga class. Hot Yoga focuses more on beginner poses held for longer periods of time. We also recommend to take child's pose at any time you feel the need to rest or take a breather. We understand taking a yoga class in a group setting for the first time can be intimidating but we encourage those who try yoga with us to stay the entire class period even if you are taking lots of breaks. If this is your first class please arrive 20 minutes early so that we may register you into the system and show you around the space to familiarize yourself with your new Yoga Studio Home!
We offer classes with a drop in rate of $20 and memberships catered to those who enjoy going multiple times a week. Please visit our 'Membership' page to see full details on which investment is best for you.
If you have an injury, we first encourage to ask your Primary Care Giver to give medical clearance before performing any physical activities. If you are cleared, we also recommend speaking to the leading Yoga Teacher about your injury. There, the Yoga Teacher can help give modifications and assists that can avoid the injured area. If you ever feel that you are being pushed beyond your means we do recommend halting yoga until you have recovered.
More often than not, people try to achieve their greatest potential, too soon too fast. This depends on you and you alone, however we do suggest that if you'd like to go 3-4 times a week it is considered a strong practitioner and if you are just starting out it may be too much and you may burn out too fast. We have students go once a week which is sufficient for them. It is up to you and your best judgement to decide what is the best amount of times to practice for you to feel the true benefits of yoga.
The room for Hot Yoga is set 85-90 degrees. Please be aware that during the summer times and due to the Houston humidity, the room may feel 110-115 degrees. Please make sure you bring ample amount of water and take breaks when needed.