IN-PERSON MEDITATION & RELAXATION CLASSES!!! (yoga classes are online only - meditation classes in-person)
COVID-19 Policies & Procedures
We are very very excited to have you back in the classroom meditation classes. Here are some of the new policies and procedures that will be different than the past:
If you are not feeling well, please stay home. We will conduct temperature checks for each class participant.
We are conducting a deep cleaning of the classroom between all classes. All of the props (cushions, blankets, mats, bolsters) have been removed from the classroom. You will want to bring your own items for comfort. Pillow, blanket, whatever you wish to bring.
When you arrive, please only enter one at a time to ensure there is 6 feet of space/distance between everyone at check-in. If you see a student that is at the front desk check-in area, please wait to enter until they have proceeded into the main classroom.
Class size is limited to FIVE (5) participants, and must be spaced a minimum of six feet apart. We have marked spaces where a yoga mat should be placed (or blanket) to ensure proper distancing.
Please wear a mask throughout your entire visit this evening. This is for everyones safety and is required by the City of St. Louis.
There is hand sanitizer at the front desk, as well as the back hallway door.
Please bring very minimum items with you into class tonight. Personal items such as phone / keys, can be kept right next to your space in the classroom. We ask that you do not put your personal items on the community shelves.
When class is over, please refrain from hugs (I know its a bummer), and visiting in the classroom. We ask that you move outside to the fresh air to spend any time socializing. This is not meant to be mean, it is simply for maximum safety.
Please use the restroom at home before visiting for class. In the event that you must use our restroom, please use cleaning product supplied in our shared bathroom for all surfaces touched. We have a shared restroom with other businesses in the building.
"Your body's ability to function as a clean and efficient channel is limited by stiffness, lack of strength, and lack of endurance. Your mind's ability is limited by the way it thinks about itself, by the way you think about you. The process of yoga is one of undoing the obstructions and limitations in your body and mind that inhibit the free flow of creative life force." Erich Schiffman