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be hot yoga in st george utah

“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

Ways to Get Started with BE Hot Yoga and Pilates **

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Just fill out the form below and someone will call you within 24 hours to discuss your particular situation. You can also reach us at 435.225.6529.

Getting ready to take your first Yoga class?
Welcome! We are so happy that you’ve decided to join us. We guarantee that a regular beyoga©  practice will change your life in the most wonderful ways.

If you feel nervous, scared or a little intimidated, no problem, many people feel that way initially. Just don’t let it stop you from coming to class.  beyoga© designed this class for beginners, so know that with a little practice and experience, you’ll quickly feel right at home.

Please read our “Yoga Etiquette” and be considerate of your fellow students.

Drink plenty of water throughout the day so that you’re well hydrated before coming to class. Good hydration supports the health function of all of your body’s systems, and it makes the heat feel comfortable rather than overwhelming.

Arrive 15 – 20 minutes early for your first class. This gives us time for registration and orientation. Arriving early ensures a stress free and relaxed beginning to your life long be yoga practice.

beyoga© is for everyone.  It’s never too late, you’re never too old, you’re never too sick, to start again from scratch. Come to class, and with the guidance of your teacher, simply approach every posture to the best of your ability and you will receive 100% benefit.

Don’t think you have to get in shape before coming to class. That puts semenax works the cart before the horse! Come take your first class, and then take class as often as you possibly can and you will quickly lose weight, get in shape, and feel absolutely wonderful.

Dress in cool, comfortable clothes, like you’re going to the beach. No long sleeves or pants please.

You will feel challenged by the yoga during class, everyone does. Always work to your edge, but listen to your body and your inner wisdom. As a beginner, never be afraid to sit down if you need to. It’s normal, especially when you first get started, to feel dizzy, nauseated or lightheaded. It’s temporary, and as your body acclimates and detoxifies, these sensations will disappear.

During class nobody will look at you or judge you. The teacher will guide you and instruct you, always with compassion and respect. NO need to be self conscious. It’s helpful to realize that people’s focus is on themselves, they are working too hard to even notice you.

Take your second class within 72 hours. The second class is the equivalent of 2 to 3 classes, and you will bypass much of the soreness you’d experience otherwise.

Make up your mind to take 10 classes as quickly as possible. Then no one has to tell you how good this yoga is for you. Your own personal experience will guide you.

If you have a yoga mat, bring it, along with a large bath towel, a small hand towel, and drinking water.  We also have these items available at the school on loan for your first visit, for rent thereafter.

Remember, everyone had their very first Yoga class, even the people on the front row who have been practicing for years.  They make it look easy because they persevered, and you can too.

So there you go…you’re ready to begin…now pick a convenient time and come to class as quickly as you can. We look forward to meeting you soon!