So, you’re a brand new yoga student…
Welcome to Lowcountry Power Yoga! We are excited for you to join our community. Each of us began yoga as a new student and experienced the excitement and uncertainty of trying yoga for the first time. We believe that yoga is for each and every person, and it is our intention to lead you to a renewed sense of vitality and excitement. We offer a wide range of classes (both heated and unheated) that build strength, flexibility, stamina, and focus. We are here to answer all your questions and guide you to the classes that are the best fit for you right now. We encourage you to explore the Class Descriptions , check out our Frequently Asked Questions , and Contact Us to get more personalized information. We’re excited to meet you at the studio!
Here’s some helpful information for new yoga students before the first class:
What to wear: Wear something that can stretch and breath with you throughout class. We recommend a longer fitted top (tank or tee) that you can tuck in for upside down poses. We practice barefoot.
What to bring: We recommend you bring a grippy yoga mat and hand towel. On your first visit we can lend you everything you need for a great experience, afterward we have items for rent and sale. We are happy to recommend the yoga tools that we like to use so you can invest in the things you need for a powerful practice at the studio and at home. Many of these items are available at varying price points in town and online.
When to arrive: We recommend you arrive at the studio at least 15 minutes prior to the start of your first class so we can help you get registered (if you haven’t already done that in our app), introduce you to the studio space, and ensure you have all the tools you need to feel confident for your class.
What to eat/drink: We recommend you bring a refillable water bottle and use our reverse- osmosis water filtration system. You may also purchase beverages at the studio. It’s best not to eat within the hour prior to class, some people like even more of a buffer before their practice. Avoid eating a large meal before you practice.
When you come to your first class, ask us about our special pricing for first-time students!
Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program. This general information is not intended to diagnose any medical condition or to replace your healthcare professional. Consult with your healthcare professional to design an appropriate exercise prescription. If you experience any pain or difficulty with these exercises, stop and consult your healthcare provider.