So you've noticed a Dahn Yoga Georgia community center in your area, and you're interested in taking a class or two. What will you need to bring? Here's a list of yoga accessories you might find helpful in Georgia yoga classes, as well as a few you can skip.
- Wear loose-fitting clothes. Believe it or not, all those tight, clingy yoga outfits you see on TV aren't necessary. If anything, they get in the way of a good yoga experience. Instead of buying uncomfortable, synthetic or expensive tops and tights, try using a simple, billowy long-sleeved shirt and pants. Those woven from natural fibers are best!
- Try yoga socks. It's customary to take off your shoes at the door of your yoga studio. Since the floors may be slippery or polished, wear socks that have grippy pads affixed to their soles.
- Ditch the mat. A yoga mat is an unnecessary and costly addition to any yoga routine. As long as you're comfortable in your bare feet or in yoga socks, then mats can fall by the wayside.