Frequently Asked Questions
At Simplify Yoga, we know first hand the powerful positive effect yoga can have on our health, wellness, and lives.
We also know that yoga can be intimidating. Whether you are bombarded with jargon or pictures of people twisted into seemingly impossible shapes, it can be a challenge to step on to the yoga mat for the first time.
We work hard to make our classes welcoming and accessible for everyone.
We have answered some of our FAQ's below. Please contact us if your question was not answered here. We can't wait to see you on the mat!
How do I sign up for class?
Our classes are walk in only. You do not need to pre-register or sign up beforehand, just come to whatever class you want! If it is your first time to the studio, we recommend getting here about 10 minutes early. This will give you an opportunity to fill out our waiver, pay for your class, and settle in to the space.
What do I need to bring?
We have everything you need at the studio! You are, of course, welcome to bring any of your own props (mats, blocks, blankets, etc). If there are additional items required, this will be noted in class or workshop descriptions. We do have water and tea available as well but feel free to bring your own water bottle.
I'm not flexible. Can I still do yoga?
Yes! While every class is different, there are absolutely no pre-requisites for any class (unless noted on the schedule). If you can breathe, you can do yoga!
What should I wear?
Wear something comfortable that you can move in. You don't have to have any special yoga clothes (unless you want them!) as long as you feel good.
Which class should I take?
Every class and every teacher is different. You might need to try a few to figure out what you like. Check out our class descriptions to see what looks good to you!
Do men do yoga?
Yes! While the men might usually be outnumbered in class, we have many male students who have found incredible benefit for their yoga practice. Yoga can help strengthen muscles and also create more flexibility and injury prevention for men as well as for women.