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Slip into a Meditative State Regardless of Your Day at Ruah Yoga Studio
“The hardest part of yoga isn’t the asanas, it’s walking through the door.” That’s the reigning philosophy at Ruah Yoga Studio. That’s why they invite students to stop and practice regardless of the way your day is going. Even if you’re going to be late, you have to leave early, or you’re expecting an important call, you can still come to class. Just communicate your needs with the instructor and be as considerate as possible when you have to sneak out.
If you’re an early riser, squeeze in your exercise before work at a 6:30 a.m. Hot Power Express class. Perhaps your lunch break is the best time for you to practice, in which case the 12:30 p.m. warm yoga class could be your best option. If you need to decompress before bed, check out the 7 p.m. hot yoga, which is open to all levels.