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    What if I've never done yoga or am new to HYP? How do I get started?

    studio a0.5xWelcome to a journey that will change your life! It's never too late to begin a fulfilling yoga practice, no matter your age, experience or level of fitness!

    If you're brand spankin' new to HYP, your first step is to tap here to set up an account in our MindBody system. Simply click on 'Create Account' to get started, and follow the prompts from there to set up a unique username and password.

    Once you have an account in place, you can preregister for classes online and choose the payment option that works best for you. Be sure to take advantage of our incredible $49. New Student 4 Week Pass offer if you are local to our Studio; 28 consecutive days of unlimited yoga and sculpt group classes. Please note: out-of-town visiting students are not eligible for the New Student Pass. 

    Our faculty of veteran teachers are skilled at accommodating students of all levels and abilities, from the novice to the more experienced practitioner. Always inform your instructor if you are newer to practice, or have any injuries or conditions that may require modification and attention.

    We recommend that those new to class set up behind more experienced students, in order to have a direct visual guide for practice. We've found this approach to be helpful in terms of assisting newer students in getting familiar with the poses and sequence, with a goal of building a strong foundation of safe, correct alignment.

    Many students also elect to learn the essentials of a strong yoga practice by signing up for yoga privates before stepping into the group class environment. For a more one-on-one, individually-focused experience, purchase our $255. New Student Private 3 Pass, then contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to schedule your private sessions.

    Most importantly, always listen to your body, and give yourself permission to take rest as needed. Ask lots of questions after class; your teacher is your best and most valuable resource and guide to a knowledgeable, safe practice!

    What if I'm not flexible?

    This is the most common myth that stops people from coming to yoga class and developing a dedicated practice. All you truly need to do yoga is an open, flexible mind! Yoga is not about the ability to contort yourself into pretzel-like positions, but about learning to, respectfully move, breathe, and work through the tight, difficult places in your mind and body with informed power and purpose. Commit to coming to your mat (3x a week, more if at all feasible) and, over time, your range of motion will increase naturally, as your body strengthens and unfolds in ways you might never have thought possible!

    How often should I practice?

    Like most of the truly great things in life, yoga requires discipline, and commitment, but oh, the benefits you will receive! Come to your mat at least 3 times per week and, with consistent practice, your body will gradually build stamina, strength, and flexibility. Practice 4 or more times per week, and you will see truly transformational results – guaranteed! The more you practice, the faster you'll reap the remarkable benefits of yoga and change your body, spirit and life.

    Will your classes be challenging for me?

    HYP's flow classes are definitely a vigorous, physical workout that will challenge every major muscle group in your body. But it is YOUR practice at all times; you set the intensity of each class you attend. Our instructors will teach appropriate modifications to keep you moving safely in the flow, and knowing when to back-off and rest is equally as important as the work you do in any given pose. Your first few classes may very well seem difficult; you might even feel dizzy or nauseous as you work muscles you didn't know existed and sweat in our heated studio. The good news is that, with experience, snack management and proper hydration, these symptoms will soon pass, and you will be elated with the newfound sense of strength, power and freedom that will emerge in each class as your body and practice evolves!

    What are your policies around class cancelations, late cancelations and pre-registered no shows?

    HYP does not offer refunds for any purchases or class cancellations, but will credit the fee for the class reservation back to the original package, or to a student’s account, if the class is not sold-out.

    As a fair and equitable community, we strictly enforce this policy, regardless of the reason for the cancelation. Cancelations can be made online, via email or through a phone call to the Studio. We ask that students please respect our Studio cancelation policies, and our administrative and management staff, by not reaching out with requests for exceptions or exemptions.

    While we understand that life can be unpredictable and full of multiple commitments, cancelations for any class on our schedule must be made 12 hours prior to the start of class, for Sunrise (6:00am) and Morning (8:00am and 9:15am) classes, and 4 hours prior to the start of class for Midmorning (11:00am and 12:00pm) and Evening (4:00pm and onward) classes.

    Morning (9:15am) sold-out class cancelations under 12 hours are not eligible for any refund, regardless of whether we are able to fill the spot with a wait-listed student.

    Per count pass holders who late cancel or no show for a preregistered class will forfeit the registration in its entirety. Annual or Unlimited pass holders who late cancel or no show will be charged a one-time $20. late fee. Multiple late cancels or no shows will result in restrictions on the ability to preregister for class.

    Can I bring my cell phone into the Studio?

    The short answer: no. HYP Studio is a cell phone free environment.

    While we fully understand that modern life tends to revolve around our electronic devices, we are a mindfulness centered space, from the first step through our double doors until our emergence back into our out-of-Studio daily routines.

    We ardently believe that unplugging from electronics for the short duration of class, is an essential element of the experience and a major component of excavating the sense of wellness and equilibrium that we seek in a dedicated yoga practice.

    We respectfully ask that you leave your cell phone outside of the yoga Studio, with your other belongings, when you arrive for class. Our front desk is always staffed while classes are in session, so your phone, and other personal items, will be safe. If you must bring your device into class (for instance, if you are a medical professional on call or need to be available to young children), please keep your phone on silent mode and do not use it while in class. If you do receive an urgent call, please step out of the Studio and into the lobby area to take it.

    What should I wear/bring to class?

    Bring your intent, a towel, lots of water and an open mind; we have all the yoga props you will need at the Studio. For reasons of hygiene, we strongly encourage you to purchase and bring your own personal mat. We have high quality mats available for sale at the Studio, and provide per class rental mats. Come to class dressed in lightweight, comfortable workout wear that is made from sweat-wicking materials. Try to avoid wearing anything too baggy or bulky, such as sweats, as this type of clothing tends to impede your freedom of movement and can get heavy and uncomfortable when wet.

    Why is the room heated?

    studio a0.5xPracticing yoga in a heated studio (we heat ours to 90-95 plus degrees with 40-50% humidity) provides a myriad of benefits, which enhance your practice, and supports optimum wellness.

    1. Promotes flexibility by keeping muscles warm, loose and relaxed throughout practice, decreasing incidences of strain and injury.
    2. Relieves the stiffness of sore muscles.
    3. Melts away stress and produces a deeper sense of release and surrender.
    4. Produces a deep, cleansing sweat.
    5. Accelerates cardiovascular benefits sometimes associated with this more dynamic form of yoga.

    Once your body has acclimated to the heat, you'll wonder how you ever practiced without it – believe it! You will leave your mat feeling invigorated, centered and wonderfully cleansed from the inside out!

    Should I eat or drink before coming to a yoga class?

    Try to refrain from eating 2-3 hours before coming to class. During practice, we twist from side to side, turn upside down and bend in all directions. If you are still digesting food from your last meal, your body will probably let you know its 'displeasure' in ways that may not be conducive to an enjoyable practice! If you are concerned that you might feel hungry or light-headed during class, try having a light snack, such as yogurt, a handful of nuts, or an energy bar, about 30 minutes before class.

    On the other hand, proper hydration is vital to your performance and stamina during class. Be sure to drink lots of fluid before coming to practice, and bring enough water or electrolyte-type drinks (we love and personally use Nuun hydration products www.Nuunlife.com) to keep your body continuously hydrated throughout class.

    Does the Studio have showers?

    We have two showers that are available for student use after class. We request that students plan to shower or rinse off as quickly as possible, espeicially during busy class times, as our showers are housed in a shared bathroom facility. HYP supplies body wash, shampoo and conditioner. Please bring your own towel(s) if possible. Towels are available to rent for $3.00. 

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