Upcoming Yoga & Fitness Events

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There is something special about doing yoga & fitness classes at Craving Health - at least that's what our clients say.


Why do yoga & fitness classes at Craving Health?

We are a boutique studio - this means our classes are small, cozy, and personalized - and will always stay that way. When you attend a class, you're not smushed between mats wondering who everyone is and feeling out of place - you are treated like a guest and encouraged to mingle, enjoy complimentary refreshments and healthy snacks, and stay for a chat afterwards.

We offer excellent value - our prices are comparable, if not lower, than other studios offering yoga in the area. Yet, classes will never exceed 6 people. Plus we offer regular promotions and we did mention the freebies, right?

Every "body" is welcome - yoga isn't just for super-ubber flexible bodies (as the saying goes "To say you're not flexible enough to do yoga is like saying you are too dirty to take a bath!"). 

Our mission is to make sure everyone, no matter their yoga & fitness experience, feels comfortable and welcome.

 

Notes for first-time participants:

  1. Arrive 15-20 minutes early before your first class so you can have adequate time to get acquainted, fill out the introduction waiver, and get settled.  

  2. We recommend wearing comfortable, stretchy clothing.  Running shoes for outdoor classes but you may want to take them off during the yoga components of class to prevent slippage on your mat.

  3. It's best to attend class with an empty stomach - it is difficult for your body to move with ease when it's busy digesting food. Ensure your last meal is at least 3-4 hours before class; most people are fine with a light snack 1-2 hours before (e.g. piece of fruit). But come well hydrated! Lots of water all day, about a bottle within the hour before class, and then small sips during class will help keep you hydrated and energized.

  4. Please only do postures and exercises that feel comfortable to you. Advise your instructor of any limitations so they can offer modifications. If any movements cause pain or discomfort, please stop immediately.