Safety Measures, Policies & FAQ

Safety Measures for the Highest Good of ALL

We are fully committed to providing you with the information and resources you need to be your best you. For your health and wellbeing, we’ve implemented mask requirements, temperature screenings, social distancing practices, deep-cleaning processes, and safety measures in alignment with state mandates and CDC guidelines.

  • Disinfection of high-touch surfaces throughout the studio, classrooms, treatment rooms and restrooms.
  • Class schedules and treatment room availabilities have been adjusted to allow for deep cleaning, disinfection and "airing out" time between every use.
  • We offer Live Stream, Virtual yoga classes. Upon registration, appropriately select "Virtual" or "In-Studio."
  • Pre-registration is required. Classes, trainings and workshops are capped for in-studio attendance to maintain 6 feet of spacing between all participants.
  • Hepa air purifiers have been installed in all classrooms and individual treatment rooms.
  • Hand-sanitizing stations are conveniently located throughout.

Event and workshop registration

Advance registration, with full payment, is required. Please arrive 10 minutes prior to start time.

Cancellation policy

We understand that life brings change. In fairness to our presenters, please note the following:

  • Non-refundable credit toward a future service or event is available with notice provided up to one day prior to the event. Credit is good for one year from the date issued. No refund or credit for day of cancellation, no show, or partial attendance.
  • Everyday Bliss reserves the right to cancel or reschedule events, trainings and workshops. If Everyday Bliss cancels, paid registrants will be given full refunds. Re-scheduled information will be posted on the website.
  • Yoga is best practiced on an empty stomach, so it is advised not to eat for two to three hours prior or one half hour after. Also avoid fluid intake during practice but hydrate well afterwards.
  • Wear comfortable clothing that allows freedom of movement. Dress in layers to accommodate variations in body temperature.
  • We recommend bare feet during yoga class. However, you may want to bring socks to wear at the start and end of your yoga practice. Shoes are not permitted in the studios.
  • Bags, purses, and other personal items are placed in lockers provided outside of the yoga studio.
  • Cell phones are turned off and silence is observed while class is in session.
  • Please adhere to the classroom floor markers to allow 6 feet of spacing for appropriate social distancing.
  • We appreciate a fragrance-free environment; thank you for avoiding scented body products.
  • For your convenience, Everyday Bliss offers professional mat rental services for $3, though if you have your own mat, please bring it.
  • We recommend students arrive 10 minutes prior to the start of class. Please note that classes begin promptly and late entry to class is potentially disruptive to other students.
  • Inform your yoga teacher of any injuries or health concerns that you may have prior to class.
  • We strongly recommend that all students remain in class through Savasana (meditation at the end of our yoga classes). Savasana is important for rebalancing, restoring, and resting the body.
  • Our teachers and staff are here for you. If you have any questions or concerns, please inform us. We will do our best to accommodate all requests and resolve concerns quickly.
Rest assured that we offer a wide variety of classes to meet all levels, abilities and needs. Beginners are walking in and welcomed here daily! We recommend for new students to start in any of our hatha yoga, yin yoga or restorative yoga classes. We are here to assist and advise you as to the styles, classes and times that would best suit your needs. Our goal is your success. Don’t wait to begin, get started today.
Yoga is for anyone and everyone. There is no competition involved and no trophy awarded at the end. You do yoga for yourself. The most advanced yogi is not always the strongest, most flexible person in class, it’s the person who knows their limits and can stay true to their practice. You will see an increase in strength, balance and flexibility by coming to class 2-3 times a week. Yoga is a practice for life, and what you put into it is what you will get out of it.
What’s important to remember is that you are coming for you. Yoga is a practice of self-exploration. Through this practice, we discover our strengths and weaknesses. It is important that when you find your “edge,” you simply honor it and observe what is. Never do anything that would impose self harm. There are modifications to every pose, appropriate to all abilities. You will be amazed that with consistent practice what seems impossible today will soon enough come effortlessly.
Please note: If you have previously taken advantage of a “New Student” offer in the past (i.e. Living Social, Groupon, Metabody, Amazon, etc.), then you are no longer a “New Student” and therefore not eligible to redeem additional offers. We allow one “New Student Offer” per student