- To receive maximum benefits, yoga should be practiced daily or a minimum of three times per week.
- Please honor the start time of each class and arrive early enough to sign in and get settled. If you do arrive late please wait outside of the studio until the end of meditation/centering.
- Drink plenty of water before and after, but not during class. It is best to avoid eating two hours before practice.
- Wear comfortable, non restrictive clothing for maximum movement and flexibility.
- Please refrain from wearing strong perfume or cologne to class.
- Please turn off cell phones.
- We practice bare foot on a “sticky” mat. Please bring a towel if needed.
- Please notify the instructor at the beginning of class of any health conditions, injuries, or pregnancy, as alternate postures may be recommended.
- Please make room for others if the room fills up. An appropriate amount of space between each mat is 1 foot.
- Please talk in a whisper only if needed in the studio. Some people may enjoy coming to class early to meditate and after class to continue to be in the space the class has provided.
- We pay by the honor system. Please remember to do your part.
What is Yoga?
What do I bring/wear to yoga?
How shall I prepare for yoga class?
What are some benefits of yoga?
People have received many benefits from yoga such as: Improved Flexibility, Strength and balance, Reduced stress, Increased relaxation, Improved sleep, Relief from Neck, Joint and Back pain.
Students are encouraged to take what they learn in class with them into their daily lives. Yoga offers the blessings of learning to live calmly with and open mind and forgiving self. Please join us in class and feel free to call and ask what class is appropriate for you.
Is yoga a religion?
Are there any other teachings you promote?
What are the class levels?
What type of yoga do you teach?
At BMe Yoga, we teach Alignment Based Yoga, a form of Hatha Yoga, which simply means the practice of asanas, aka poses. Rachel focuses on alignment of the anatomy to heal bodily injuries as well as prevent. She will never ask you to just “take it easy” or “do nothing” if something hurts. She will explore the root cause of the pain and make educated suggestions to gain something out of every practice. She will also be clear if she isn’t able to assist. She has studied Ashtanga, Inyengar, Vinyasa, Bikram, Anusara and Bow Spring. The ultimate goal in each of her clients body’s is to experience freedom to move with ease and age.
The biggest myth of yoga…you must be flexible to come to class!
We welcome all bodies and everybody.