Community Health & Safety

At INYE, we are committed to bring the smoothest and safest space for our clients & devoted Yoga community. We employ an additional sanitizing service to provide deep clean & disinfect all common areas once a week.

Hospital grade disinfectant (Benefect) is being sprayed, along with routine sanitization protocols and fresh air exchange mechanism in between classes to promote a germ free practice space & fresh air flow. Multiple sanitizing stations situate around studio to ensure optimal health and safety of our teachers and beloved community.

However, the most essential part to keep this community healthy is YOU. Please respect personal space with social distancing. Be compassionate, kind and considerate will ensure everyone feels comfortable and safe.

  • Please observe proper Mask etiquette (nose & mouth covered) when entering the studio. Our receptionist will greet you and measure your body temperature through forehead.

  • During the session, mask can be removed and be placed on a tissue paper beside you. Please wear your mask on all other occasions when not in session (change room / water / exit).

  • In the change room please continue to observe the mask etiquette, especially when other members are sharing the space with you. This is important as we tend to relax when around friends/family members.

  • If you are planning on travelling abroad, or had recently returned from an affected country / region, or suspect you were in contact with a confirm or possible infected person, please kindly refrain from attending the studio for 14 days. Please join us virtually in practice, or contact to discuss accommodations for your membership / class pass.


  • if you are not feeling well, and exhibiting flu like symptoms or fever, please be considerate of our community and stay home until symptoms have subsided.


  • if you do sneeze or cough, please follow proper etiquette and cover your mouth & nose.


  • Please wash your hands frequently, and avoid touching eyes/nose/mouth with unwashed hands.


All guidelines should appeal to our humanity and our responsibility toward each other, not to remove or strip them. Ultimately we are in this together as one.