Dwi Pada: The Two Pillars

DwiPada (dwee-PAH-duh) is a Sanskrit phrase that means “Two Feet” or “Two Pillars”. Our two pillars - Ashtanga Vinyasa and Vinyasa Flow Yoga - are quite simply, transformative practices. These methods of yoga restore strength and health and bring new vitality to mind, body and spirit. Yoga is the science of YOU. It’s time to get re-acquainted with your best self. Let’s go!

What To Bring

You only need to bring yourself & your bare feet! We have everything else you need at the studio. You can bring your own yoga mat or borrow one from us. Ladies usually practice in fitted yoga tanks and pants. Men may practice in exercise shorts, with or without a shirt. Make sure to wear clothing that won’t get bunchy or fall over your head in a forward fold. Wicking materials are a good choice. We practice "warm yoga"! Our yoga room is ideally between 75-80 degrees to allow deep work into the muscles.

Yoga is best practiced on an empty stomach. Please allow at least one hour after a light meal, two hours after a heavy meal, so that you can feel comfortable during practice. Be sure to hydrate well before and after practice.

Yoga Etiquette

Please arrive 10-15 minutes early to sign in and set up your space in the yoga studio. We begin and end class promptly at the class times posted. No late entry is allowed into the studio so we can begin and finish practice together as a tribe.

Please leave shoes, phones (off or silent) and all personal belongings in the cubbies & hooks area before entering the practice space.