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Coronavirus Information Page.

Virtual Audio Classes available online with a monthly unlimited purchase .

What do I do?

Create your account with Tula

Log in using your password and go to register for class, you will see the "Listen"

That is your audio class.

LIVESTREAM Classes several times a day, all week.





 Dear Inhale Yoga Family,

At this time we are in Phase 3.

Per the Governor, I am allowed to be open at 70%. What does this mean?

Phase 2 & Phase 3 are no different to Inhale Yoga.

You are 6 1/2 feet apart with markings on the floor to ensure a safe distance. 

Masks Upon Entering - If you are fully vaccinated, masks are optional.

Remove your mask for practice id optional.

If you prefer to keep it on, you most certainly can. 


 NO DROP in's for a class and ALL classes are prepaid ahead of time.

No Refunds.

This has been a policy of Inhale Yoga LLC since 2015.

If you are a no show for class and you have prepaid for your class, the 'credit' will be used and you just paid for a class that you did not attend.

Most studio's do have this policy. 

Waivers MUST be filled out if you are a new student or a student who has not filled one out for 2020.

Online waivers are different from in-studio waivers. 

During this time, no blankets. Loaner mats are $4 per class and prepaid online. 

I prefer you to bring your own mat if possible.

I am taking every precaution for your health and wellbeing.

You are invited to bring your own once we are given the ok to move forward.

Please clean your mats at home. 

Hand Sanitizer, disinfectant wipes are provided for you.

No signing in, I will check you in as you walk thru the door AND and fever check is also required. 

Please have a mask with you if you choose to practice with one. I will have only a handful available.

A high quality air purifier has been purchased for the studio and it runs 24/7.

The schedule varies due to condensing all of our others classes into only one week.

I will need time do clean and disinfect the studio and bathrooms for the next class.

Please be patient with me as I work thru this with you.

It WILL look different.

Virtual and audio will continue. 

Bring your own water in a spill proof, shatter proof container, no glass whatsoever of any kind. 

Water Fountains are off limits at this time. 

Steps you can take to boost your immune system:


  • Practice Yoga!  Studies have shown that a regular yoga practice helps strengthen the immune system.

  • Eat Healthy!  Our gut compromises almost 70% of our immune system and roughly 80% of plasma  cells (mainly  immunoglobulin A (IgA)-bearing cells) reside there.  Immunity boosting foods and spices:

    • Yogurt – look for “live and active cultures” on the label

    • Citrus fruits – get  your vitamin C!

    • Red bell peppers –  twice as much vitamin C as citrus, ounce for ounce, and also rich in beta-carotene

    • Broccoli – cook as little as possible to retain nutrients

    • Garlic

    • Ginger

    • Spinach – raw or lightly cooked

    • Almonds

    • Green tea

    • Turmeric

    • Kiwi

    • Green Tea

    • Poultry for Vitamin B-6

    • Mushrooms – for vitamin D ( the only completely plant-based source of vitamin D)

  • Get some Sunshine and make your own Vitamin D!  8-15 minutes a day of sunshine on your skin is suggested, so take a nice walk after lunch now that it’s warming outside!  Vitamin D from sunlight is believed to circulate in the body twice as long as that derived from food or  supplements.  Vitamin D is necessary to modulate the immune system response.

  • De-stress!  Stress has a negative impact on the immune system, so anything you can do to reduce your stress levels will help.  Whether it’s yoga, taking a walk, a long warm bath, reading a good book, or calling an old friend that  you haven’t heard from in a while, anything you can do to lower your stress level will be a positive for your immune system.

  • STAY HYDRATED!  Drink plenty of water, and moderate use of alcohol.

  • GET PLENTY of GOOD  SLEEP!  If you haven’t already, cultivate good sleep habits.   

  • Aim for 7-8 hours per night to keep your immune system at its peak!



If you do get sick:


  • Stay home – please don’t spread it.

  • You need to rest, so exercise is out, but there is a yoga pose that can help with fever:  Sitting in Sukhasana (Easy Pose) with the backs or sides of the hands resting on the knees, thumb and index  finger touching, and breathing through a U-shaped tongue for a minimum of  three minutes will help reduce a temperature.


Inhale Yoga LLC                           inhaleyogaruth@gmail.com

6931 Commons Plaza                    804.229.6961

Chesterfield, VA 23832

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