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  1. Come to class hydrated.
  2. Do not come to class with a full stomach.
  3. Classes start promptly on time. Make sure you arrive at least 5-10min before to prepare your space and towel-
  4. Sip only on a small amount of water and only drink between poses to avoid distraction.
  5. To avoid dehydration in class, drink adequate water daily.
  6. Make sure you have ‘accurate self-assessment’ in stopping when you need to rest.
  7. Know that we will have electrolyte drinks ready for you in case you need them at any moment.
  8. If you have any heart condition or high blood pressure, make sure you take it easy and not push yourself much.
  9. Please sign your subscription waver.

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  1. Please do not leave the room before the end of the class.
  2. Do not drink water for the first 18 minutes. This could make your stomach full and potentially give you nausea.
  3. If you MUST leave, return quietly.
  4. During bikram yoga place your mat so you can see yourself in the mirror.
  5. Avoid standing right in front of another student who was there before you.
  6. No talking in class or constant wiping.
  7. Be aware of your breath, and keep it as slow.

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  1. Arrive at least 10 minutes early. No late admittance.
  2. Be mindful of respecting silence in class.
  3. Phones must be on silent mode, and not vibrate in the yoga room. Best to leave outside the room.
  4. Listen carefully to the teachers instructions
  5. You may lie down any time to take a rest, we do motivate you to commit to staying in the room for the entire class.
  6. Wipe your mat and surrounding space before you leave, help us keep the studio tidy.
  7. Please have self-assessment and stop whenever you need to.
  8. Please feel free to stay some extra minutes to rest in savasana at the end of class, however keep in mind there are classes ahead and we want to respect the cleaning timing to prepare for next class.
  9. Counter-Indications: Pregnant women and people with diabetes or any sort of cardiovascular problem, including high blood pressure, should avoid hot yoga.

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  1. One Reason Why People Feel Nauseous And Dizzy During Class Is Not Eating Enough Or Consuming The Wrong Foods Before Class.
  2. Wrong Food Include:
  3. High Protein Foods
  4. Fat Foods (Eggs, Dairy)
  5. High Sugar Food Like Pastries
  6. Cereals
  7. Eating Well Will Help You Perform Better In Class And Improve Overall Health.
  8. It Is Best To Eat Plant Based But Not Necessarily Vegetarian With Lots Of Complex Carbs For Energy.
  9. Do Not Come To Yoga Class Hungry As This Will Contribute To Dizziness, Nausea And Weakness
  10. Eat Lightly At Least 2 Hours Before Class.

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  1. A focused mind is important in yoga.
  2. In a class everyone is focused on their own yoga, the effect of everyone working together provides group energy that benefits everyone.
  3. Leaving the room is distracting to others and has a negative effect on group energy. We recommend using the toilet before and after class.
  4. Distractions in the room can be challenging, especially for less experienced students.

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Usually respond in various ways. You may feel energized or may feel the need to rest. It is normal to feel sore or stiff because of the deep stretching. The best thing you can do is get back in the yoga room and take as many classes as you can in your first week. This will allow you to adapt quickly to the room, and getting to know the poses will make the practice much more accessible.
You will see changes in your flexibility, strength, and attitudes towards life.
Remember: The 1st class may seem unbearable and postures uncomfortable. Please stick with it. Yoga is a practice, and the benefits come with consistency and persistence.

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When coming out of the pose, bring yourself to a place of stillness and calm breath. Fidgeting not only distracts others, but also stimulates the sympathetic nervous system, raising the “fight or flight’ alert state in our body. We want to avoid this, and ground the energy back into a relaxing state.
Stillness is the key to gaining calm and focused mind and attention. Your ability to listen will improve when you keep your heart relaxed and guide you to best performance.

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  1. Perform one posture at a time.
  2. Every pose is different and requires different aspects of strength, flexibility and balance.
  3. Some postures will be easier than others.
  4. You will get all the benefits by doing the best you can in each pose.
  5. Listen to the instruction, concentrate on alignment, work to the point of discomfort but never into pain.
  6. Don’t hurry to push yourself. Strength, balance, flexibility, and focus is easier when the mind is relaxed.
  7. Minimize your movement between poses. Just breathe and be still. Extra movement wastes energy and can be distracting for others.
  8. Be very aware of breath: It’s all about breath. The better your breath the better your focus, strength, and endurance. Never hold your breath, as it takes time to master these skills and they need personal monitoring, as they could be delicate for your nervous system. Breath management will improve with time and dedication.
    Within the 1st year of practice you will experience restructuring of your body systems: circulatory, respiratory, digestive, skeleto-muscular, nervous system, digestive, lymphatic, etc. You will receive deep detoxing
  9. within the systems and an overall inner cleansing.
  10. You will find that you want to do this practice because it works.
  11. It is our job to encourage you to achieve your best. It is your responsibility to know what is enough for your body on any given day.
  12. Respect your limits and expect those limits to change. Do your best.
  13. The harder it is, the more you need it and the jore you will get out of it.
  14. The secret to success is frequency of your practice.
    Enjoy the ride!

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Focusing too much in achieving hard poses will possibly affect your alignment. Remember achieving proper alignment is more important than the pose itself. Quality is more important than quantity.
By doing postures the right way, the body will open quicker and you will gain full benefits of the posture.



360 MOVE offers a range of classes to work your whole body as well as your mind. From functional training and conditioning to mobility, cardio, martial arts, and yoga. There is something for everyone at any level. Those starting their workout journey have just as many options as elite athletes. Choose your classes to complement your lifestyle and see positive changes in yourself physically and mentally.



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