Yoga Classes Framingham MA

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Cambridge Bally Total Fitness
1815 Massachusetts Ave
Cambridge, MA
Programs & Services
Cardio Equipment, Child Center, Parking, Pilates, Pool, Reaction Cycling, Sauna, Whirl Pool, Yoga

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Luminous You Yoga
(978) 844-2796
76 School Street
Acton, MA

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Mystic Fitness
(508) 820-YOGA
855 Worcester Road Suite 18
Framingham, MA
Yoga Styles
Power, Hot, Vinyasa, and Bikram yoga

Ignite & Enlighten Yoga
(508) 525-5025
23 Diane Lane
Ashland, MA
Yoga Styles
Power, Power Yoga Basics, Slow Flow, Kids (children)

Intrinsic Wisdom
(978) 590-6366
73 Pokonoket Ave.
Sudbury, MA
Yoga Styles
Yoga and Healing Arts

Town Line Bally Total Fitness
285 Middlesex Ave
Medford, MA
Programs & Services
Bilingual staff, Cardio Equipment, Child Center, Group Exercise Studio, Parking, Personal Training, Pilates, Reaction Cycling, Sauna, Yoga

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Universal Center for Energy Medicine
(781) 718-6028
325 Washington Street
Westwood, MA

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Inner Balance Yoga
(774) 286-9964
12 Eisenhower Ave
Natick, MA
Yoga Styles
Yoga Therapy, Meditation Instruction and

Yoga Reaches Out
(781) 356-6616
PO Box 5352
Wayland, MA
Yoga Styles
all styles

Acara Yoga Studio
(508) 259-2847
11 Main Street
Southborough, MA
Yoga Styles
Ashtanga, Kripalu, Kundelini, Tri Yoga, Svaroopa

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Attending a Yoga Class

The best and the proper way to attend a yoga class

Hi friends,

Today the topic of discussion is Yoga Etiquette. I will tell you what is the proper way to attend a yoga class. You must be wondering what’s the big deal about attending a Yoga class in “a particular fashion or manner”.¬† Well in this regard, I have to highlight it to you that Yoga classes are different than aerobic classes as the yoga sessions have certain breathing exercises which gets disrupted by some unlikely behavior in the class and it leads to complications.

Yoga needs to be practiced in a friendly and congenial atmosphere and for this its necessary to follow proper yoga etiquette.  Make it a point to arrive in the class 5 minutes early. If you get late, do not enter the class making a lot of noise or commotion.  Also do not wear your outside shoes inside the Yoga studio as everyone spends a considerable time on the studio floor.

Before entering the class, ensure that your cellphone is switched off and you are not wearing any jewelry or bangles which makes noise. Also do not put on perfume, oil or deodorant having a smell or fragrance which attracts others’ attention towards you.

Once inside the class and during the session, show respect to your instructor even if you don’t like him or her and do not interrupt them unnecessarily when your they are giving instrcutions.

Wile doing the yoga poses, try not to watch others as this may distract the...

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