Frequently Asked Questions and Surprising Facts About Yoga
Cell phones can be quite a distraction so in order for you to enjoy a richer, more rewarding experience, please leave your phone in your purse or gym bags on silent.
No. Revive Yoga has a restroom, but we request that you arrive fully dressed and ready for class to avoid creating restroom access delays.
Of course! Yoga is for men and women alike. EVERYONE benefits from yoga.
If you are of the athletic variety, let me give you just a few reasons, you need yoga.
Don't be afraid to be that guy in yoga class. It will be the best decision you ever made for you muscles and overall athletic development.
Chances are, tight muscle groups are greatly limiting your ability to train through a full range of motion. The more you train them through a limited range of motion, the more limited you become as a lifter. So if you want to increase your performance, mix yoga into your workout routine.
Yoga teaches you to breath. You may thing your breathing is fine, but you will be pleasantly surprised at how challenging breathing can be when asked to hold a yoga pose for a few breaths. Breathing deeply and slowly expands lung capacity allowing you to take in the same amount of oxygen with fewer breaths. That's important for cardio activity, strength training and yes, muscle building.
Yoga strengthens stabilizers muscles by forcing your body to work in new, unaccustomed ways, strengthening stabilizer muscles and increasing joint health along the way. All huge benefits to increase your athletic performance.
So stop thinking about it and start doing it. You'll be more than glad you did!
The entrance and parking to Revive Yoga is directly in front of the building.
Revive Yoga opens 30 minutes before each class. This allows time for new students to enroll, current students to check in, ask questions, warm up or visit with each other.
Bring your shiny, bright attitude, an open heart, your yoga mat and a bottle of water.
Revive Yoga provides blocks and straps for your convenience as well as fresh towels.
Wear fitted clothes that wick away sweat. Refer to photos in site slider for ideas about what to wear. As long as you are comfortable and able to move and breathe you will be fine. Nothing binding or too baggy and loose.