The benefits of yoga are available to everyone, regardless of age, mobility, or experience.
Honor. Your. Body. Only you know how a posture feels in your body. If something is uncomfortable or painful, listen to the signs that your body gives you!
Technology is wonderful (and so necessary!) however, at Upala, we are as “unplugged” as possible. Please let your teacher know if there are extenuating circumstances that require you to maintain access to your phone. If so, please place it on vibrate to be respectful to the rest of the students in the class.
When you enter class leave your worries, to-do lists, troubles (and shoes!) at the door, sit or lay quietly on your mat, and gently stretch if you wish.
Take this time to discover more about you!
Directions to 6 Bridge Street from downtown.
Our students park downtown (2-hour parking limit) or in the municipal parking lots. Walk down the path between the Fallen Leaf Bistro + Skeletones. Go down the stairs and you will see us to the right! It is a brick, two-story building (the former Roberge Community Center). We are on the second floor!
what to bring to class.
hydration. a yoga mat. yourself.
bare feet only please.
when you arrive...
when attending a yoga class, arrive approx. 5 minutes before the class start time if you are already registered with us, 10 minutes before if you have never attended or if you need to update your payment information, make a purchase, buy a class card, etc.
quietly arrive + check the sign on the door to see if it says "come on in" or "class in progress".
In our new studio, there is a door at the top of the stairs. If the sign says there is a class in progress, please quietly wait outside the door until the teacher welcomes the next class.