What is CBD infused Yoga?
CBD Infused Yoga is our term for combining CBD products with Yoga practice. In these classes CBD samples are given throughout the practice. Often we start in meditation with mindful eating, as 5mg CBD dark chocolate melts in the mouth. Some self massage is incorporated as students might rub muscle salve into achey body parts before settling into a restorative posture.
Where can I buy CBD?
We sell locally sourced CBD products in our shop. Since the farm bill passed in December 2018 making hemp federally legal CBD companies have started popping up everywhere. The new industry is still fairly unregulated and at your Local Yoga Joint we have done a lot of the research for you to assure that the CBD we carry is potent, fair trade, and grown/ crafted with love.
How many people are in class?
Our classes cap at 15. To ensure your spot sign up online and arrive a few minutes early to settle in.
Do I need to bring my own mat?
We encourage you to bring your own mat. Some studio mats are available.
What should I eat before class?
It is best not to practice on a full stomach. Eating 2-3 hours before class is best. A small snack like a handful of nuts or or a granola bar is ok.
Should I bring a water bottle?
Drink lots of water before and after class. Drinking water during practice can trick the body into thinking it's time to digest. During yoga practice it's best to keep the body in "purify mode" and not confuse things with digestion. If you are really thirsty take a small sip of water and hold it in your mouth until it is warm. Do not drink ice cold water while practicing asana.
What if I can't do a pose?
Yoga practice is a never ending journey. There will always be postures that are unattainable, our teachers will offer modifications and variations that accommodate everyone. Be humble, it's ok to fall out of a pose, falling usually leads to laughter which is some of the best medicine.
How do I know which type of yoga is best for me?
Read our class styles description and pick the class that works best for you. If you're brand new to yoga, think of it like going out to dinner for the first time. So much depends on the atmosphere, the server, what you choose to order and the mood you're in. Keep trying different teachers and styles until you find the one that feels like your favorite dessert.
For students who are new to yoga and experienced practitioners new to the ways of The Yoga Joint