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For Beginners

Starting anything new can be intimidating! We’re here to support you through this new journey. 


Read on if you’re new! We are here to welcome you into The Practice and start supporting you in body, mind, and spirit.


Starting a regular practice is an excellent way to improve your health and overall wellness. Through the practice of various mindbody classes, you can increase flexibility, strength, and balance in body and mind.


You’ll notice we employ a focus on breath. These techniques can help improve lung capacity and overall cardiovascular health. The breath is the tool to connect the body and the mind, and strengthening this connection will reduce stress and anxiety levels, as they help calm the mind and reduce feelings of tension and overwhelm.


There are countless studies that show regular bodymind connection can also be beneficial for mental health. Our classes cultivate mindfulness and somatic practices which can help calm the mind and improve focus. It has been shown to be effective in reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression, and can even help improve sleep quality.


Our approach at The Practice is to promote autonomy - you are the expert in your own being, we’re here to support you through movement and stillness, in community, to reconnect to yourself. We do that by intentionally searching for discomfort (which can be found in any of our classes) and noticing what the reaction is. We use somatic and mindfulness approaches to support you in your journey to wellness. 


Through our different class types, you’ll find the variety needed to fill your proverbial cup up. Taking this time for yourself to join one of our convenient group classes, you’ll learn about movement and stillness, and how to bring these practices into your day (off of your mat). 

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Brand New to a Practice? Welcome!

We get asked often “where should I start?” All of our classes are intended for all - our approach isn’t about the hierarchy of the physicality of doing the shape or movement, it’s about developing a relationship with yourself. Will you feel the physical benefits if you commit to a practice? Absolutely. Will we teach you safe and effective options? Yes. Our instructors have a strong knowledge base (and experiences of working through injury) in guiding you out of pain. All you need to do is to show up open and willing! 


Check out our schedule and our class descriptions, they will give you an indication of what to expect. If you’re still feeling nervous, come check out our space before you come to class, chat with an instructor to help ease fears, or bring a buddy with you! 


All you need is to wear some clothes you feel comfortable moving around in, a yoga mat, and some water. We’ll take care of the rest. 



What class types should I start with?

If you are looking for something with a slower pace starting with The Restore or The Presence can be really lovely!


What pass is best for someone new to The Practice?

Our 21 Day Pass is the best place to start - it allows for 21 days of unlimited classes for only $59 so that you can try out all of our class types and find what classes, times and instructors work best for you!

Why 21 Days is a Good Way to Commit to a Practice

Starting a new habit can be challenging, but committing to a new practice for 21 days can help make it a permanent part of your routine. This is because it takes approximately 21 days to create a new habit, and practicing showing up for yourself consistently can help establish a routine that will be easier to maintain over the long term.


Committing to a 21-day movement practice can help you develop a deeper understanding of the practice and its benefits. It can help you identify which poses and sequences work best for you, and help you develop a routine that is tailored to your specific needs.


During this period, it's essential to be patient and gentle with yourself. Starting a new practice can be challenging, and it's okay to take things slow and make modifications as needed. It's also important to remember that progress isn't always linear, and that it's okay to have setbacks and days where you don't feel like practicing. The important thing is to stay committed to the practice and trust the process.


This is why we offer our Intro Rate of 21 days, try our variety of classes, meet our community, reap the benefits! 


Some of the noted benefits of a long term practice which support physical health, mental health, and overall well being: 


  • Increased flexibility and strength, leading to improved posture and balance.

  • Reduce the risk of injury, as the practice helps improve body awareness and proper alignment in postures.

  • Significant impact on mental health. It can help reduce stress levels, improve mood, and increase feelings of overall well-being. 

  • Improve cognitive function, helping to boost memory and concentration.

  • Improve sleep quality, which is essential for overall health and well-being. Regular practice can help reduce insomnia and improve sleep duration, leading to better energy levels and overall productivity.

  • Cultivate a sense of mindfulness and inner peace. Through meditation and breathwork, yoga can help calm the mind and reduce feelings of stress and anxiety. Over time, this can lead to increased self-aware


One of the primary reasons to start a practice is to strengthen the mind-body connection. Cultivating a greater awareness of the body and its sensations, leads to a greater understanding of how to care for the body and improve overall health.


Purchase your 21 Day Pass Now & Book your First Class

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