Guide to Yoga Etiquette
In a recent interview with Boston Magazine's writer Jamie Ducharme, Jessica attempted to help her help you achieve zen with these yoga manners.
Don’t be late. “Part of yoga is learning to respect your body and other students around you,” she says. “One of our instructors often tells her students how it is important to show up for yourself by arriving to class on time.”
Invest in carrying equipment for your mat. Molleur recommends straps and bags from eKO Lite to make on-the-go mat carrying easier and less annoying for those sharing the sidewalk (and coveted rush hour spots on the T).
Be open to anything. “Plan on coming to class with an open mind,” Molleur says. “Just like with any new form of exercise, yoga will push your body and mind in unexpected ways.”
Check out the full article in Boston Magazine's Yoga Etiquette: Instructors' Best Tips.