Frequently Asked Questions
All of our classes are suitable for those brand new to yoga. students are encouraged to move at their own pace. we do recommend taking a few other classes first before trying fluid flow as it is more dynamic and faster moving. Make sure to always check in with your physician before starting any new exercise program.
Yes, Bambu offers classes to 16 years of age and older.
- yoga mat
- yoga towel
- shower towel
- change of clothes for after water bottle
- no glass please.
- Sweat wicking clothing that you can move in
- Cell phones are not allowed in the practice room.
- The studio is a scent free zone:
- please avoid wearing strong colognes or perfumes.
- Practice Saucha in sanskrit means cleanliness, come to class clean, wear deodorant or have a quick shower first.
- Hydrate 2 hours before the start of class Avoid eating within 2 hours before class.
- If you are working with an injury please let your instructor know.
- Practice Ahimsa in sanskrit means to do no harm.
- Respect your body and honour where you are at each time you practice.
- Replenish salts lost from sweating after class with an electrolyte drink.
When arriving for your first time please come 15 mins early so we can show you around and get you set up. After that up to 5 mins before class is acceptable.
To keep the integrity of class experience, latecomers are not permitted into class.
All our classes are heated to a temperature to suit the style of sequencing. the hot set is the hottest class set to 38 Celsius through all seasons. The rest are set to a comfortable temp just right to get your muscles warmed up and a little sweat—in summer months the temp is turned down for these classes.
- Men's and women's changerooms
- Showers Cubbies for personal items
- Filtered water station
- Retail shop
- Surround sound system
- Far Infrared heat panels
- Ambient lighting HVAC fresh air circulation
Congrats! However the hot set is not recommended for pregnant moms. Our lower temp classes like mobility restore and yin may be suitable if your doctor gives you the go ahead, so check with them first.