We are currently offering our classes both in-person and online via Zoom to support both local and non-local students in coming to class in the way that best meets their needs.
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How do I get into an online class?
- From your laptop, tablet or smart phone, go to the Class Schedule page on our website and click on the class you would like to attend to make a reservation.
- All students who have made reservations will receive an email 15-20 minutes before the start of class which will include the link and password for the online class.
- Click on the link in the email, enter the password provided and the online class will open on your screen. (Note: You may receive a prompt to download the zoom app first before opening the class on your screen. You are encouraged to download the app for a better zoom experience.) Be sure to open the class on your device at least 10-15 minutes before class so you will have time to set up your camera so the teacher can see you and so you can settle in before class.
- That's it!
What do I do about props?
Many household items can easily be used as props. Here are some ideas for home props as well as links to sites where yoga props can be purchased. The email you receive 15-20 minutes before class will include information about what props are needed for the class you will be attending as well as how to set up your mat, e.g., at the wall, etc.
How do I set up at home for class?
If you have a yoga mat, please set it up with the narrow edge of your mat next to a wall. If you don’t have a mat, just set up on a carpeted area near a wall. Make sure you have room to extend your body fully on your mat/on the floor without bumping into any furniture/walls, etc.
You can access the class using any device which has a camera, e.g., a computer, tablet or smart phone. The camera is primarily for the teacher to be able to see you. Most of the time it will not be necessary for you to see the teacher as you will be listening to the teacher, often with your eyes closed.
It is best to position your camera slightly elevated, e.g. on a chair or table about four to six feet in front of the narrow edge of your mat and off to the side with your camera pointing diagonally toward either the right or the left front corner of your mat (See photo). If you don’t have enough room in your home practice area to set up with your camera as in the photo, the teacher can assist you in finding another camera angle before class.
What do I do if I need help?
Please feel free to contact the team at email@example.com with any questions. We are happy to schedule a time to meet with you individually on the phone/online to help you get set up on zoom.
We welcome any feedback you may have for us to help us make this experience as smooth and supportive as possible. We are here for you whether online or in person and look forward to seeing you in class!
Ready to get started? You can access a complimentary pass for your first online class here and use it to reserve a class.