Yoga Hygiene

If you have ever followed yoga classes in flow style, you know exactly that hygiene is very important during a class. Your mat is usually covered with your own sweat and sometimes the sweat of people who did yoga around you. Your clothes are soaked in sweat. In addition to all this sweat, there is also dirt and deposits everywhere.

We step on our mats with bare, often dirty feet. In one way or another, after all this we usually just leave the yoga mat behind or shoot our yoga mats back into our yoga bags, creating the perfect breeding ground for bacterial growth.

Here are some good ways that a yogi can maintain good yoga hygiene:

  1. Clean your mat regularly. You can buy cleaning products specially for this purpose, or simply mix some tea tree oil, water, natural soap and scrub.
  2. Do not wear too tight clothing for yoga.
  3. Air your mat regularly.
  4. Buy your own mat, i.e. do not use the communal mats of your yoga studio.
    Put your own mat or yoga towel on the studio mat.
  5. Finally, be a responsible yogi and clean up your sweat and clean up your own or the studio mat.
    It is not really “sauca (cleanliness)” to walk into a room and step into other people’s sweats, not to mention unhygienic.
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Online classes till april 6th

Due to the national policy on Corona virus (Covid-19), saktiisha your home of yoga will be bringing yoga to your home, so you can join our classes wherever you are.

Our team of teachers will be offering our classes online, real-time as of MARCH 17th. All yoga classes will be adjusted to a one-hour duration. You can register for the classes through our website as usual. The studio itself is closed until April 6th. Let us all embrace this time to remain peaceful, journey inwards, and keep practising yoga.

With love 💕, Saktiisha team.

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