Frequently asked questions
New to yoga? What if I don’t have a mat? What should I do if I’m late to class? We have answers to your questions here.
New to Yoga
If you’re new to Yoga, no worries. FierceOm is built on the philosophy that yoga is for everybody and EVERY BODY is welcome. If you can breathe, you can do yoga. You should come with a towel, an open mind and be ready to experience the connection between movement and breath with no judgements and no expectations.
No Mat, no problem
If you’re not sure about investing in a mat, we have Manduka mats available for rent for $3 at the front desk.
Parking and Arrival
Please try to arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of class. Unlimited Parking is available in the lot directly in front of the studio or in the Wegman’s lot. We’re situated between Chipotle and Pete’s Coffee.
Cancellations on Pre-Purchased Classes
The studio understands that things come up. If you’ve already signed up for a class online and you need to cancel, please do so at least 5 hours prior to the start of class. If you chose to sign out within that 5 hour window, you’ll lose the session you paid for.
6 am Sunrise and Om Kid’s Classes
These classes are Pre-Paid only. To ensure your spot, you MUST sign up online and Pre-Pay for the class. If you need to sign out of a 6 am or Kid’s class, you need to give the studio 12 hours notice so we can open the spot for someone who’s waitlisted.
Workshops and Teacher Training’s
These are Pre-Paid only, no refunds.
Cell Phone Policy
All cell phones must be turned off and placed in shelves for storage.
If you’re running late for class, call the studio and give us a heads up, if not, you risk losing your spot. We ask that you arrive on time in to not disrupt ongoing classes. We understand things happen, so if you arrive late, please wait until the meditation and intention setting portion of class is finished, then very quietly enter the studio space.
If you MUST leave early, please do so prior to Savasana. As quiet as you think you are rolling up your mat and opening the door, it’s disruptive to those around you. Savasana is a very important part of yoga, so we encourage you to stay throughout and only leave if there is a need. Don’t make it a habit.