This is entirely up to you; however, try to avoid practicing if you’ve eaten a heavy meal in the 2 hours prior and only eat something light and easy to digest if you’re hungry as class approaches. This is because you’ll be twisting, bending, and turning upside down – things that are not very comfortable with a full stomach! While some people enjoy early morning sessions, sessions before lunch, or a relaxing class just before bed, it’s recommended you practice yoga as consistently as possible. Some like to practice 1-2 one hour classes per week and some thrive on daily classes just find a time that works for you and schedule your classes so you don’t forget! We also recommend that our clients take advantage of our full program by incorporating cardio, strength training, and restoration into a complete and well-balanced fitness regimen. Every client is different, so there’s no set formula for results.