Please be guided by our studio policies
- Please arrive on time for class and sign in BEFORE entering the practice room. Give yourself ample time to park in downtown Palo Alto, check in at the front desk, and set up. The studio opens 30 minutes prior to the start of class.
- Follow the sequence the instructor cues, with appropriate variations and modifications. Our classes include a final resting period at the end which is a time for stillness. If you are working on particular postures and don’t plan to follow the majority of the sequence, it can be distracting to other students and we ask that you workshop challenging postures before or after the led practice.
- When setting up your mat, leave space between other students whenever possible.
- Do not touch another student or their mat during practice. We recognize that our classes can get quite busy; all the same, practice body awareness and avoid bumping other practitioners.
- Practice quietly. Your breath and your movements might be audible to the person next to you, but quiet enough that someone across the room wouldn’t be able to hear your practice. Teachers are happy to answer any questions you have after class.
- Please avoid entering and exiting the room during a class. If you must leave the room during class, please avoid doing so while others are balancing or holding a pose.
- Keep your attention, including your gaze, on your own practice. If you are choosing to rest, we recommend Child’s Pose so as to not make other students feel observed.
- We do not allow shoes, food, drinks, cell phones, or scents in the studio.
- All children under the age of 18 must have a liability waiver signed by a parent or guardian
- For all classes (with the exception of Hot Pilates classes) children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult when practicing. For Hot Pilates classes, children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult
YogaSource is not responsible for any lost or stolen items. Please consider not bringing your valuables with you into the studio.