Treating the Root's mission to help the community improve their well-being through natural healing practices has now expanded to include Yoga classes. We offer a variety of small group yoga classes for all levels of experience and abilities.
Now offering classes at our expanded
facility in Watertown, NY.
Yoga Class FAQs
What should I bring to a yoga class?
Mats and props are provided, but you are always welcome to bring your own if you prefer. Bring water for hydration and a small towel for sweat or for cleaning your mat.
What should I wear?
Comfortable clothing that allows you to move easily but is not too loose. Yoga pants or shorts with a form-fitting top that won't hang over your head when you're upside down. Yoga is traditionally done barefoot, so no shoes or sock are needed.
How do I know which class is right for me?
Just contact us and we will be happy to help you decide. Classes are limited to a maximum of 15 people per class so there is room to spread out.
How do register and pay for classes?
To register, you can call, email or Facebook message us. You can pay the day of class or over the phone, or if you book online, we can always charge your card on file.
What if I need to cancel?
No worries! Just give us a call or send a message and we'll take you out of the class.
I'm not flexible - can I do yoga?
Yes! In fact you are a perfect candidate for yoga. Many people think that they need to be flexible to begin yoga, but that’s like thinking you need to be able to play tennis in order to take tennis lessons. Come as you are and you will find that practicing yoga will help you become more flexible, as well as stronger, more coordinated and improve your overall well-being.
Can I eat before a class?
When it comes to food and digestion, each individual is different and needs to find out what works for them. In general do not eat a large meal within 2 hours of a class - if you must eat within 2 hours of a class then a light meal or snack that it easily digested is best. Its recommended to be hydrated before a class so drink some water.
Is it OK to receive a massage just before or after yoga class?
The benefits of this combination are numerous, making it an excellent choice for people who want to improve their health and well-being. Massage helps to loosen tight muscles, while yoga increases the range of motion and strengthens the muscles. This combination can also help to improve posture and relieve pain.