Frequently Asked Questions

All of our classes are beginner-friendly! You can start with any class, depending on what your goals are. Learn more about our class types to find out what’s right for you.

Hydration is very important, so drink plenty of water during the day.

Avoid eating 2 to 3 hours before class.

Arrive 15-20 minutes before the class start time so one of our instructors can get you acquainted with the studio.

Bring a bottle of water, yoga mat, and large towel. These items available to rent and/or purchase at the studio.

Wear light workout clothing. You will be doing a lot of sweating.

The only items you are allowed to have inside the hot room is your mat, towel, and water bottle. Leave any other personal belongings in the locker room.

Bikram 60, 75, and 90 classes are heated to 105 degrees fahrenheit and 40-50% humidity.

Hot Vinyasa and Inferno Hot Pilates are heated to 96 degrees fahrenheit and 40-50% humidity.

Yin Yoga and FYSM classes are not heated nor humidified. There may be residual heat and humidity from previous classes.

Yes! Purchase a new class card and and we will add your expired classes onto your new card. This way, you will never lose classes. This is available to purchase at the front desk only.

It takes a lot of focus and discipline to practice in a hot and humid room–trust us. Usage of a hand towel or your mat towel to wipe away sweat will not only prove to be futile (as you will sweat A LOT), it will distract you and your neighbors from class–taking away from the overall benefits of the practice.

Studio Etiquette

  • The doors are locked promptly at the start of class. There are no late arrivals. You should be on your mat before the teacher and the teacher should always leave the class before you do.
  • Stay in the room for the entire class unless you have an emergency. Feel free to sit down if you need to.
  • There is no talking during any class at True You. We have fun in pilates. The “Hooah!” is welcome when the time is right but no talking in Yoga class, period.
  • We don’t use hand towels. We just let the sweat roll. It’s the OG way and we like it like that. It’s a way of learning how not to be distracted by anything.
  • We practice stillness and calmness in between postures.
  • No shoes, gum, cell phones, watches, or personal belongings in the yoga room. All you need is a mat, towel, and water.
  • Listen to the teacher and move together with the class.
  • Make sure you can see yourself in the mirror and create three clean rows in the yoga room. It’s not polite to move someone’s mat.
  • No facetime, speaker conversations, videos, or personal music in the bathrooms at any time. We all need our privacy.