What to wear?
Comfortable clothes that allow you to move and stretch easily. Stay away from anything too baggy, as you will probably find yourself upside down at some point. Shoes and socks are not worn in class.
What to bring?
All the necessary equipment is provided be the studio. If you have been practicing for a while and have your own mat and belt - you can bring them, in case they make you feel more comfortable. There’s pure drinking water in the studio, so that/s not necessary to bring it to the studio.
What to expect?
Yoga essentially is a way of life, an integrated means of synchronizing mind, spirit, and body. This system and its implementation originated in India, thousands of years ago and are now practiced universally regardless of creed or religion.
As an adjunct to other forms of treatment when indicated, they offer various modes of effective physical therapy that can help alleviate painful conditions. Some examples are Arthritis, stiffness of neck, back and feet, improved blood circulation, constipation, increasing lung capacity, improving respiratory conditions, relieving insomnia, etc.
Regular practice of yoga helps in maintaining physical, mental and emotional health, one can be inducted here regardless of age or present physical condition. It can be done at one's own pace and there is no concept of competition with anybody else.
While most physical conditioning techniques emphasize the muscles, Yoga addresses every system in the body and mind.