plan ahead

Please get to class at least 5 minutes early to get acclimated to the heat & get settled in.  Our classes are often full, so get in early and hang out in the room till class starts.

it’s hot

The class will be fun, the music popping and we are heated.  Please bring a towel with you into class, preferably a yoga mat sized one to keep you from slipping on your mat.

cleanliness

We will provide a clean studio, filtered air, etc.  There’s nothing worse than a 2nd go around of hot, sweaty clothes, particularly in a hot yoga room, nuff said.  Oh, and that perfume thing, please refrain – we’ll provide the freshness.

timeliness

If there is a wait-list we will release reserved spots 5 minutes prior to the start of class.  If you are running tight, call us. If the class is 80% full, we will not allow entry to a class 5 minutes after it starts – no exceptions.

cell phones

Verboten, prohibited, not acceptable.  Not in the yoga room. However, if you have a rare possible emergency situation, i.e. a sick child or some other scenario, just tell the teacher you are going to put your phone next to the mat.  If you are storing your phone in one of the cubbies, please turn the ringer and vibrator off.

respect

We are all going to sweat at Sweat.  It’s why we are here. And we are sure that your sweat smells better than Chanel #5. However, it’s still is your sweat.  If you sweat on your neighbor’s mat, please wipe it up! Please wipe down prior to walking out of the room post class.

mutual respect

If you have an injury, please tell the teacher prior to class.  If you need to take a break during class, it’s your practice, feel free.  If your flow is slower than the rest of the class, do your best to keep up, but at your own comfort level.

If you want to improvise during the entire class, that’s not so cool, please use common sense, it’s a group dynamic.

stay till the end

Sweat’s classes will leave you in a full body sweat, and endorphins pumping.

Our cool down and savasana are an integral sweet part of the experience, please stay through the end of class, and it’s not OK to walk out during savasana.

glass is great, nahhhh

 

But not so much in the yoga room, please no glass bottles.