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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need my own yoga mat?

While our Moline location does have mats available for use, our Hot Yoga studio in Davenport does not. Both studios sell yoga mats & accessories for your convenience.

Do I need to be flexible to practice yoga?
Not at all! Regular practice of yoga will help you gain flexibility, but it is not a pre-requisite for starting out. Many of our now dedicated students came to us unable to touch their toes!
Do you offer classes for beginners?

Yes! Many of our ongoing gentle and/or all-level classes are suitable for brand new students (at both studios.) We do offer sign-up courses geared toward beginners as well (at both studios.)

Do you offer hot yoga at both locations?

No. Our Davenport location is our Hot Yoga studio. We will not be adding hot yoga classes to our Moline studio (we have very tall ceilings and big open spaces there.)

What are the Do’s & Don’ts (or Studio Etiquette?)
  • Arrive 5-10 minutes early & fill out intake forms if you haven’t already.
  • Silence all cell phones & electronic devices.
  • Enter & speak softly so as not to disturb other services in progress (i.e. massage therapy.)
  • Take off your shoes before walking onto the yoga floors. In Moline we have a front & back area for shoes, coats, etc. while the Hot Studio has a lobby (our entrance in in the rear of the building.)
  • Wear comfortable clothing that you can move in, and if practicing hot yoga stick with lighter weight, breathable fabrics.
  • Stay hydrated. Bring your water (or purchase some at the hot studio.)

AVOID (please)

  • Wearing perfumes, scented lotions, and/or body sprays. The more you heat up the stronger it becomes, and many clients and staff members are sensitive and/or allergic to such things.
  • Clothing that is too loosely fitting. It will float up & get in your way during practice. Snaps and zippers can also make for uncomfortable practice wear.
  • Coming to class later than 10 minutes past the start time. If you’re a few minutes behind we understand & can sneak you into class without much incident. 10 minutes or later, however, can be disruptive (and the doors are likely to be locked.)
What is the difference between Thai Yoga Therapy & Massage Therapy?

While both are therapeutic forms of bodywork, the Thai therapy is much different than a table massage. Thai bodywork is typically done on a thick floor mat (although can be adapted to a table) while the recipient remains fully clothed. It involves stretching, compression, and acupressure among other techniques designed to increase mobility & range of motion while deeply releasing tension and dis-ease.

Western massage therapy is done on a table with cream or oil with the recipient modestly draped with sheets and a blanket. The table is always heated & warm, and the pressure can range depending upon a clients needs & preferences.