Frequently
asked questions

I don’t think I can sit still for more than five minutes, how could I complete a meditation class?

Just like a physical fitness journey, the mindfulness journey requires practice. Each class is a judgment-free experience with ample guidance from the teacher. In the same way that your first hike or HIIT class was difficult, some struggle in your first meditation class is normal. However, attention, like physical endurance, can be improved through consistent and continuous practice. Alternatively, if you do not wish to sit still for an entire class, all our yoga classes incorporate a short seated or reclined meditation period.

What should I wear?

For a yoga class, active wear or clothing that is comfortable to move in is required. For a meditation class, comfortable clothing or office wear are okay. If your clothing does not allow you to sit on a meditation cushion, chairs are also available. We discourage wearing restricting or uncomfortable clothing to any of our classes.

What is your cell phone policy?

All cell phones in the meditation room should be put onto airplane mode, switched off, or on silent AND non-vibrate.

What if I can’t make some meditation class, but still wish to practice regularly?

If you hold a one or more months unlimited class package, one of the studios will be open to you as a self-practice room during the time slots classes are not in session. You may use this room when your schedule may not align with class availability.