Yoga and Studio Etiquette

Whether you are new to Absolute Yoga or are a longtime student, it is always helpful to review Yoga and Studio Etiqette so that you may both have and contribute to an optimal environment for your practice.

Turn off cell phones before arriving at the studio. If your cell is left on vibrate, please do not bring it in the classroom at all or the retail room as the vibration can be disruptive in a quiet class. Please do not make calls or texts in the studio or reception area.

Remove your shoes in the reception area prior to entering the classroom. You may place your shoes under our benches in the reception room. We appreciate your extra effort to keep the studio clean.

Yoga Mats are required for all styles of Yoga classes. If you do not have a mat, we have mats available to rent for $2 at the studio. Exercise mats are not a safe alternative to a proper yoga mat.

Please do not wear fragrance to class as fellow students may be sensitive or allergic to scents.




Karma (Sanskrit, also karman, Pāli: kamma)

is a Sanskrit term that literally means "action" or "doing".

In the Buddhist tradition, karma refers to action driven

by intention (cetanā) which leads to future consequences.