Before starting yoga, please consult your physician to ensure that you are physically fit and have no medical condition which would prevent your safe participation in yoga classes at Newport Power Yoga.
I’m not flexible enough for yoga?
If your not flexible, yoga is even more beneficial for you. veryone is at a different level of flexibility and yoga is really great in releasing tension and tightness within the body that perhaps translates into a feeling of being “un-flexible.” Once you start practicing yoga, you will discover that flexibility is just one part of yoga. Very simply, if you can breathe, you can do yoga!
How do I create an account and/or pre-register for a class online?
You can create an account by clicking on the Schedule option at the the top of our website page. Then click the MY INFO tab and enter your information to create your personalized account. By creating an online account, you can reserve space in yoga classes and workshops, review your visit history and make purchases.
Where can I park?
Plenty of street parking is available all around our studio: on Memorial Blvd, Bellevue Ave, William St, King St and Jones Streets (metered parking in effect on Memorial Blvd from May 1 – Nov 1).
Also, there is a parking lot at Bellevue Shopping Center which is adjacent to our studio. Businesses in that center will validate tickets for their customers. PLEASE read the signs at the entrance before parking in the lot!
How early should I arrive?
For your first class, please arrive at least 10-15 minutes prior to class.
What to wear?
Wear comfortable athletic clothes so you can move around easily and sweat. Not too tight as you’ll be stretching and not too loose as you want to stay covered as you move around on your mat.
What to bring?
Please bring your own yoga mat, towel(s) and water.
How often should I practice yoga?
Yoga is designed so you can practice every day. Realizing that each person is unique, we recommend that you make a beginning and build up your practice slowly. The longer you practice yoga, the more in touch you will become with your body and what is appropriate. You can also practice yoga at home or before/ after you engage in other forms of exercise like running, swimming and lifting weights. We suggest you try different classes and teachers as well as other yoga studios to find out which styles of yoga resonate with you.