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Barefoot Studio's 4 Week Intro to Yoga Courses break down the basics even more than a beginner session including asana practice (posture), pranayama (breathing), and meditation.

Open to all ages and a great refresher course for long-time practitioners.


Check out the list below for answers to some of the most frequently asked questions:


Q. I've never done yoga before is this a good course for me?

A. YES! Over the course of the 4-Week Intro Course, we will break down a regular beginner class teaching you not only some basic yoga postures, breathing, and meditation but how to do them correctly and how to do them safely. Barefoot teaches you how to make the poses accessible to you, for your particular practice.


Q. What do I need to bring?

A. Just yourself! Barefoot Studio provides everything you need to practice at our studio. We provide yoga mats, all yoga props, hand towels, we even offer complimentary bottled water and we have a chilled water dispenser to refill your own bottle. If you want to bring your own yoga mat or props feel free to do that.


Q. Do I need to wear yoga clothes?

A. Wear whatever comfortable clothing you'd like that allows you to move freely.


Q. I have a bad back, hips, knees, wrists, or elbows can I do yoga? Will it help me?

A. The teachers at Barefoot will support you in finding ways to make the poses most accessible and stable for you. If there is a condition that you are specifically curious about, speaking with your doctor before starting and activity program is highly suggested.


Q. I'm overweight, out of shape, not-flexible can I do yoga?

A. Yoga is for EVERY-BODY!!!


Q. What if I can't do the poses?

A. We will help you learn how to make poses accessible and safe for you, and often we think of yoga as the pictures we on the internet but instead, it is truly about learning your own body awareness and what is stable and best for you. We encourage an atmosphere of non-judging and no competition, and if something doesn't feel quite right, learning to listen and honor those signals. 


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