Welcome to Pure Bliss
We often hear beginners worry about feeling silly or out of place in their first class. Luckily, we have created a space where everyone can feel welcome and confident to practice yoga. Whether you are new to yoga or just looking to grow your practice, you’ve found the right place. All of our Instructors and staff are here to help you in any way we can.
Our doors open 15 minutes prior to class time and we encourage students to arrive a few minutes early to signed up for their first class.
What should I wear to class?
Comfortable clothing that allows you to move, stretchy pants or leggings are always a good choice. For Guys we recommend running shorts or compression shorts.
What should I bring to class?
We recommend bringing a water bottle as it is so important to hydrate before, during and after class. If you have your own mat, you should bring that as well. No Mat? No problem, we rent Manduka Eko mats for $2. All other props are provided by the studio for your convenience. We encourage all students to unplug before you enter the studio space & ask that you be mindful, quiet your cell phones and leave it and any other belongings in the cubbies until after class.
Do I Need to Bring a Mat?
If you have your own mat, you should bring that as well. No Mat? No problem, we rent Manduka Eko mats for $2. All other props are provided by the studio for your convenience.
What Time Should I Arrive for my First Class?
Arrive 10 minutes before class begins to fill out new student paperwork and get set up.
What classes are best for people who are new to yoga?
This really depends on your individual goals and activity level. Generally, We recommend starting with Gentle Flow, Beginners Flow and Deep Stretch. If you’re unsure what might be best for you please do not hesitate to reach out to Ashli or ask one of our awesome instructors or staff.
Can I be “good” at yoga if I am not flexible/strong/lean, etc?
Of course! First let me say, no one is “good” or “bad” at yoga. Please don’t feel like you need to keep up with staff or other students who may be more experienced in their practice. Pure Bliss is a no judgement zone. Yoga meets you where you are and it is an ever evolving practice. Many Pure Bliss instructors have practiced yoga for 10+ years and we still consider ourselves students. Yoga is a practice and is meant to be taken at your own pace and level. Learning more advanced poses simply requires more practice. Use modifications and props as needed and feel free to try new pose variations when you feel ready. This can vary from day to to day. Our staff is here to guide you and help you in any way we can.