4 week Beginner Yoga Series
Sundays, April 16th-May7th 11:30am-12:45pm
Cost $75. Space is limited, sign up now! Access to the Virtual Library, On Demand and In Person classes during the series.
Learn the basics in our Beginner Yoga Series. This series is for people new to yoga or those whom may need a refresher. The focus is on the basics of all classes offered on our weekly schedule. There will be time for questions and to learn modifications jump starting your yoga practice at Sojourn. Wear comfortable clothes, bring a yoga mat and 2 yoga blocks are recommended. Registration required. Enjoy unlimited classes in the studio during this 4 week enrollment.
If you are unable to attend this series, consider attending the Basics, Still or Yin class offered on our weekly class schedule.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Am I flexible enough to do yoga?
A: Yoga is not just for those crazy flexible people out there!! This practice helps strengthen those flexible people and increase flexibility in those of us (and it is most of us) with short, tight muscles. So, if you cannot touch your toes…join us!
Q: What do I bring to class?
A: If you have a mat bring it, there is a limited number of them in the studio. Bring a towel to catch the drips of sweat, and a water to replenish your body.
Q: Should I eat or drink before class?
A: Hydrate before class with water and eat lightly preferably 2 hours before class. Limit caffeine and tobacco intake, this will contribute greatly to any balancing poses.
Q: What should I wear?
A: Wear breathable clothing that will allow freedom in movement. Bare feet only on our floors (yoga toes are okay).
Q: Should I consult my doctor before I begin yoga?
A: It is always recommended to consult your physician before you begin any physical activity and this practice is definitely physical. Please inform the teacher of any physical limitations or injuries at the beginning of class or if you are just not feeling right that day. We are here to help you not hurt you!
Q: Anything else I should know before class?
A:It is best to come to class with a clean body, no strong perfumes or tobacco smell. As you begin to sweat these odors become stronger and may offend the people around you.
Most importantly leave your ego at home, there will be accomplishments and failures, this practice is not a competition but an opportunity for self-study.
Please come visit our studio located at:
4211 Ferne Blvd, Drexel Hill, PA 19026