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Prepping For Class
H20 all the way, baby! The key to a fit healthy body and mind is making sure you are hydrated. So be sure to have water before, during, and after your workout.
Clothing is not optional. We suggest wearing something that you are comfortable in, but is also sweat wicking. Something that is form fitting on your bottom paired (so that your pants don’t get caught in the equipment) with a tee or a tank on top.
Footwear for each class differs. In our spin classes, clip in shoes are provided. If you have your own, we have SPD pedals on our bikes. For rowing and intensity, indoor runners are required – the flatter they are, the better.
Yoga classes are warm but not hot. We recommend bringing a long sleeve shirt or sweater to wear during savasana.
Newbies should plan to come at least 15 minutes early to any of our classes so you can sign a waiver and we can show you how to get all set up on your machine. A reminder that if you are not in the studio 3 minutes before class starts, your spot may be given to someone else who is waiting. Note that we do not allow late entry into class.
Be early! Out of respect to all of our members we have to start class on time, so this means you must be changed and in the studio 3 minutes before the start of class.
Parking in Downtown YEG
The only times street parking is not free is during our 12 pm, 5 pm and Saturday classes. Before 9 am and after 6 pm, street parking is free (unless there is an event at Rogers Place, then it is only free on the South side of Jasper Ave). During the times where it is not free, it usually costs between 3 and 4 dollars for the hour you will be here. There is also an Impark right behind the studio that is $3 after 6 pm and on weekends.
Please note that on evenings when there is an event at Roger’s Place, paid street parking will be in effect. However, this is only on the North side of Jasper Avenue.
No Chit Chat. Please refrain from chatting during class as it is distracting to others who are sharing the space with you.
Listen to your body. Every single day your body is different based on what you eat, how you slept and simply how you’re feeling. If you start to feel ill during class, take it easy, then let your instructor know before leaving the room by making eye contact with them.