- Yoga mat
- Yoga towel
- Yoga blocks (2)
- Yoga bolster or a stack of folded blankets or towels
We recommend practicing in a clean, warm room. Keeping the temperature between 78 F and 85 F will help your body build heat and become more supple.
Illness is the body’s way of informing you that it urgently needs rest. If you become sick during the course of the program, take as much time as you need to rest and recover. If you miss only a day or two, you can simply jump back into the program when you feel better. If your illness causes you to miss several days, restart the program from the beginning. And, if you have a minor cold but still feel strong enough to practice, take a softer class instead of a power yoga class. Nothing should ever come ahead of listening to your body!
We will do our best to guide you into the poses safely and mindfully, in order to prevent injuries. We also will do our best to offer modifications. That said, this program is not for beginners. It is intended is for intermediate and advanced students who already have a solid understanding of yoga alignment.
We recommend doing this program with other like-minded people. Get your friends, coworkers and significant others to join you, and support one another. Yoga 30 for 30 isn’t always going to be easy – challenges are simply part of the growth process, so it can be nice to have support. We will also have an online community so you can connect with other people participating in the program around the world world.