FAQ

We've heard your questions, and we've got lots of answers! Check out our Frequently Asked Questions to find out anything you've ever wanted to know about Naked in Motion classes! Click to see our our Community Rules.

General Information

How do I get tickets?
You can find information about all our classes on our Events page. See the video tutorial at the top of this page for help with registering for classes. You can sign up for class directly on our Events page via the MindBody widget, or by visiting our page on the MindBody website. Be sure to click “Sign Up” and follow the instructions to make sure you register yourself in a class. If you’re on the MindBody website on our store, don’t click the “Online Store” tab. Always click the “Classes” tab at the top of that page to sign up directly for a class.
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I have a business card of yours that says “FREE CLASS.” What does this mean?
Congratulations! You got your hands on one of our rare “free class” cards at a specific advertising venue or special event, and you get to try your first class for free! Space is limited, and the discount code is a secret, so please email reservations@nakedinmotion.com to let us know you have a “free class” card and the date of the class you want to attend, and we’ll send you the code to waive the class fee with instructions on how to register. All tickets are first-come, first-serve, and space is limited, so once you reserve a spot, you must attend that class or you’ll lose your free class.
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How much do classes cost?
Our regular class fee is $25. However, we offer a limited amount of $15 tickets to allow for folks with lower income. If you can easily afford the regular price ticket, please choose that option and leave the cheaper tickets for those on a tighter budget. Packs of classes (5-pack and 10-pack) can also be purchased for reduced rates per class!

Some classes are “Pay What You Can” and have tiered ticket options to choose from according to your budget. Our monthly Naked! Women’s & Trans Yoga class offers tickets as low as $1, and some of our special events are held in honor of a specific charity organization with tiered ticket options as low as $5. Other special events may be priced at a flat fee, which would be indicated on our MindBody page when you sign up for classes.

I see the $15 sliding scale ticket option, but why won’t MindBody let me register for this ticket?
In order to give everyone a fair chance at purchasing the limited number of $15 sliding scale tickets, the sales are only live seven days before each event. Check back a week before the class to see the “Sign Up” button where you’ll be able to purchase these tickets. Once they run out, they’re out for that class.
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What is the expiration policy for class packages?
The 5-class pack expires in 60 days, and the 10-class pack expires in 90 days. We do not currently allow extensions on expired packages. Please be aware that class packages are only available for NYC classes, as we don't currently have Boston classes often enough to make them worthwhile. When we add more Boston classes, we'll make packages available there as well.
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Can I just show up and pay at the door?
We prefer you pay online via MindBody, but if you need to pay in cash, you must email reservations@nakedinmotion.com to reserve a spot and pay $25 cash at the door for regular classes or a cash donation for Pay What You Can classes. Space is limited and the classes sell out often, so if we're at capacity and you haven't emailed to reserve a spot, we may not be able to accommodate you.
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Do I need to print my ticket?
Nope! Save that paper. Just check in with your instructor(s) when you arrive.
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I purchased a ticket for class, but now I can’t make it or came after the doors closed. Can I have a refund?
We have a 24-hour cancellation policy: If you cancel less than 24 hours before the event, you forfeit your payment. If you don’t make it to class, that’s a spot we could have given to another person. This is a pretty standard policy across most yoga and Pilates studios.

That said, if you cancel more than 24 hours before a class, the money you spent will go back onto your MindBody account, so the next time you sign up for class, it’ll just pull from your account. We call this an “early cancel.” Remember that single tickets expire 30 days after the purchase date, so if you early cancel, plan to reuse the ticket within that time period.
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Where can I find general event description information, including the location?
Our events sometimes have different locations. See the video tutorial at the top of this page for help with registering for classes. You can find all the information about each class on our Events page. On the MindBody widget, you can click the name of each class to see a full description of each class with information about the location, timeline, and whether or not it has mat rentals. You can also scroll down to the bottom of our Events page to read general information about each class.
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I see the $15 sliding scale ticket option, but why won’t MindBody let me register for this ticket?
In order to give everyone a fair chance at purchasing the limited number of $15 sliding scale tickets, the sales are only live seven days before each event. Check back a week before the class to see the “Sign Up” button where you’ll be able to purchase these tickets. Once they run out, they’re out for that class.
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Can I use an existing MindBody account to register for classes?
Currently, you can’t set up a universal MindBody account to register for classes at different studios; you must set up a new account for each studio you visit. This is, in part, due to different studios’ registration requirements. Even if you’ve used MindBody before, please “create a new account” when registering for classes with Naked in Motion for the first time.
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Why can’t I access my MindBody account?
If you’re having trouble logging into your account, first see the above question to make sure you’ve created a new account for Naked in Motion’s MindBody page. If you’re still having trouble, keep in mind that MindBody will lock your account for 30 minutes if you have three unsuccessful attempts at logging in, so you may just need to wait and try again. If that doesn’t work, try resetting your password and clearing your cookies and cache (especially if you’re using Firefox). If you still cannot access your account, email info@nakedinmotion.com to let us know and we can take a look at your account.
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Can I sign up for Naked in Motion’s classes via the MindBody app?
Yes! If you’ve created a new MindBody account for Naked in Motion, you can login on the MindBody phone app. But if you already have the app on your phone, you may be logged in under an email and password that you made awhile ago. Regardless, you should be able to search for Naked in Motion, favorite our page, and register for our classes right on the app. Make sure to only click “Schedule” and click “Book” to register for a specific class. If you click “Pricing” and just purchase any random ticket, you won’t be registered in a class and may even have the wrong ticket. The only downside is that you can’t purchases class packages on your phone; those have to be purchased on a desktop.
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Why didn’t I get an email confirmation with the class details and address?
You must be subscribed to “email reminders and notifications” on your MindBody account to receive our email confirmations. We highly recommend that you check the box to subscribe to email reminders when registering for a new account, as we send important reminders about classes when you register. For the Women’s & Trans class, this is the only way to get the address to our private location. To edit this feature in your account, go to nakedinmotion.com/events and click on “My Account” on the MindBody widget, login, and click “Edit Personal Info” to check the “email reminders and notifications” box.
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Where can I see details about my account, including my schedule, account balance, and expiration dates on my class packages?
To edit anything or see information about your account, go to nakedinmotion.com/events and click on “My Account” on the MindBody widget, login, and click “Edit Personal Info” to edit any relevant information. There, you can also click the top menu bar to see your account balance, schedule, and purchase history.
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I signed up for class but need to early cancel. How can I change an existing reservation?
To cancel a class, go to nakedinmotion.com/events, click on “My Account” on the MindBody widget, login, and click “My Schedule.” You can click “cancel” for any class that you need to back out of, but if you cancel less than 24 hours before a class, you forfeit your payment. If you’re cancelling more than 24 hours ahead, that class will go back onto your account, so next time you register for a new class, it’ll automatically use the ticket on your account. Bear in mind that the regular $25 tickets expire 60 days after purchase, and the limited $15 sliding scale tickets expire 30 days after purchase.
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Can I wear bottoms?
For the purposes of our classes, “Naked!” = Nudity is mandatory, but women and trans folk have the option to wear bottoms for any reason. Please note that having your menstrual cycle doesn’t necessitate wearing bottoms, as we don’t want menstruation to limit your attendance. For transgender participants: please make use of anything you require to affirm and support your gender, as we’ll defer to whatever “Naked!” means to you. Everyone should be an active, willing participant and at least 18 years old.

Additionally, we’ve been asked if people can wear bras to hold breasts in place because of the pain that may be caused during movement, and if that’s a concern for you, just tell your instructor and you can wear a bra. You can always have the bra next to your mat and try the class Naked! and don a bra if the movement becomes too uncomfortable.

For a very detailed description explaining our “Naked!” rule, please visit our About Page and scroll to the bottom.
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What if I’m running late to class?
All ticketing links for classes will note a “doors closed” time, which will vary depending on the time of the class. This time is usually about 15 minutes after the official class time, and reflects the time around which class participants disrobe. If the class official start time is 7:00pm, the doors will close at 7:15pm. If you know you will not arrive before the doors close, please do not come to class - we won’t be able to let you in. You’ll know you’re too late if we post a “doors closed” sign on the door. We do this to protect the safety of the space we’re creating, and it’s very disruptive and jarring to have latecomers enter the space after the clothes have come off.

I purchased a ticket for class, but now I can’t make it or came after the doors closed. Can I have a refund?
We have a 24-hour cancellation policy: If you cancel less than 24 hours before the event, you forfeit your payment. If you don’t make it to class, that’s a spot we could have given to another person. This is a pretty standard policy across most yoga and Pilates studios. If you’ve had a serious emergency, you can email reservations@nakedinmotion.com to let us know your situation and we’ll consider a solution, but we can’t guarantee a refund.

That said, if you cancel more than 24 hours before a class, the money you spent will go back onto your MindBody account, so the next time you sign up for class, it’ll just pull from your account. We call this an “early cancel.” Remember that single tickets expire 30 days after the purchase date, so if you early cancel, plan to reuse the ticket within that time period.
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I want to check this out but don’t know if I want to participate. Can I just come and observe?
No. Everyone who comes to our class must participate in the movement portion of class and must adhere to the nudity rule (it’s mandatory).
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I want to write an article about your classes. What's your press policy?
If you’re from the press and you want to check out our classes so you can write an article/make a podcast/talk about us on the radio, great! We'd love to hear what you have to say. However, you or any correspondents you send must be active and willing participants in the class and adhere to the Community Rules. We also ask that you email us at press@nakedinmotion.com to give us a heads up!
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What happens if I become aroused?
This question applies to all bodies. We hold a space for people to be Naked! without automatically being sexualized or objectified. However, it’s impossible and unrealistic to try to divorce nudity from sexuality. It’s perfectly normal for one to become aroused at the sight of another person. However, we don’t think that this will be any more likely to happen in our Naked! classes than on the subway, at a restaurant, or at a bar. The sight of a Naked! person doesn’t automatically denote arousal, and arousal at the sight of anyone definitely does NOT give a person the right to touch, harass, or objectify another.

In short, we can’t police your mind, and we would never want to, so if you find yourself mentally turned on by the nudity, so what? No big deal. But don’t assume that you will be just because of the Naked! aspect. When it comes to socializing with others, however, you must follow our consent and cruising policies (see the Community Rules), be respectful, use eye contact, be mindful about the vibe you’re giving off, and don’t try to pick up a date. Many people are sexual beings, and that’s perfectly okay, but we all deserve respect and the right to safe, consensual encounters of all kinds.

Now there are specific rules about what to do about the physical signals of arousal. First, we can address erections. Erections aren’t actually as common as you might think during the Naked! movement practice. However, whether they occur randomly or are sexually inspired, erections are almost always interpreted as the latter. If you get an erection during a group exercise, just ignore it. If you’re uncomfortable continuing the movement with an erection, you can take a Child’s Pose until it subsides. If you get an erection during social times before or after a class, please don a towel or clothing for coverage. No big deal.

However, we don’t think erections are shameful! Part of body-positivity is accepting/celebrating arousal and the many functions of the body. Unfortunately, due to our society’s association of sexuality with nudity, a person walking around with an erection tends to sexualize an environment. Some of our students, especially women, have expressed discomfort over interactions after class with people who have had an erection, so we ask erection-havers to don pants after class in order to prevent these unwanted interactions. It’s similar to our cruising rule: we’re not going to police your mind, but we have rules in place to limit the physical or verbal expressions of the mind (even if the erection isn’t a result of arousal). Like our “bottoms rule”, it’s not about equality; it’s about equity. It’s more important for us to create a welcoming space for people who may feel threatened by erections, especially those new to social nudity, than it is for us to create a space where erection-havers can walk around freely. If that’s what you’d like to do, then there are other nudist places and events you can visit!

We’ve also been asked about vaginal wetness, and we don't consider this any more of an issue than sweat that may (and probably will) drip off the body during the exercise portion of class. That's why we suggest people bring a towel. The vagina (and this varies depending on the person and the time of cycle) is always producing fluid, and vaginal wetness, like erections, isn’t necessarily a result of arousal. In short, again, no big deal.
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Will there be partner work? Will we be touching each other in any way?
Not for our regular classes. We occasionally host a Naked! partner(s) class, but those are for existing partnerships only. Additionally, masturbating, or "self-touch," will not be permitted.

Please remember our consent policy: Before touching anyone, please ask for their consent. Remember that anything less than an enthusiastic “yes” means “no.” This applies to all physical contact, including small touches that may seem appropriate in a clothed setting. The instructors will ask for permission before touching you during class and give you the opportunity to opt out of corrective touch. Understand that consent is an ongoing process; you can change your mind at any time, and any answer is completely acceptable. Consent is also a conversation with yourself, so know your own boundaries first so that you can communicate them to others effectively.

One more thing: while the instructors may ask if they can give you corrective touches for the postures or exercises, please do not ask the instructors specifically to touch you. That’s certainly a red flag that you may not have the best intentions in attending our classes.
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Is this a play party? Will there be any sexual activity during the class?
No. There’s nothing wrong with events that do encourage consensual sexual activity, but that’s not what we offer. Please see the above two questions for further clarification.
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Can you explain your No-Cruising policy?
Our Community Rules state, “We define cruising as asking people out on a date or looking for a hookup. Giving unsolicited comments about your opinion of someone’s appearance also counts as cruising (e.g., telling someone that you find them attractive). This applies during events and on our online groups before and after events. Please err on the side of caution.”

We don’t want to be the dating police, and certainly if two people met in a Naked in Motion class, became friends through the class, maybe became friends online (consensually), and decided to date, we wouldn’t be offended. The idea there is that two (or more) people have consensually decided to engage in a relationship outside of class and this imaginary circumstance didn’t result in a cruising complaint. However, this isn’t something we can really address officially because we can’t govern it and it's so nuanced. We can instead say that cruising isn’t allowed, and if someone tells us that they feel uncomfortable because you randomly asked them out, we’re going to ask you to leave and not attend one of our classes again.

This includes your instructors (they’re people, too). It’s equally imperative that the instructors feel comfortable to teach the class and that they have the ability to set and maintain their personal boundaries. The instructors observe the right to ask anyone to leave and ban from the classes anyone who breaks any of our rules, including our cruising policy. If you are asked to leave and you genuinely feel there was a misunderstanding, you can contact us to respectfully apologize and state your good intentions for the future (without blaming the victims for wrongfully assuming your negative intentions), and we can decide whether or not to let you attend classes.

We’re strict about this because we want to create the safest space we can for our classes, and strangers asking strangers out, especially in a Naked! environment, can make people feel unsafe. There are other nude events that allow for singles to mingle, and you can check those out on your own.
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Do you offer private lessons?
Some of our instructors offer private lessons (clothed or unclothed). If you’re interested in private lessons, DO NOT email Naked in Motion. You can always ask your instructors after class if they offer private lessons, but it’s out of our hands. Any arrangements for private lessons between you and an instructor are considered separate occurrences not in affiliation with Naked in Motion or the studio spaces used for any class.
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Do you offer group private lessons?
Yes, we offer group private lessons. Group private lessons are great for smaller groups of friends or coworkers or for special semi-private events for clubs, offices, and organizations. Rates vary depending on the number in attendance. Email groups@nakedinmotion.com to schedule a group private lesson.
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What will a Naked in Motion class be like?
Our class roster changes, and sometimes we offer classes for different groups of people, different styles of movement, and special occasions. In general, though, most of our movement classes are very similar to clothed ones of their kind, the major difference being the lack of clothing.

Here’s a rundown of a typical Naked in Motion class: You enter the studio, get settled, check in with the instructor, and set up your mat. The instructor will cue everyone to sit clothed on their mats for the pre-class Community Rules orientation where they will go over important information about the class to set up the safety standards of the space and make sure everyone is on the same page. Then, they will cue everyone to remove their clothing, and class will begin. All you have to do is follow instructions, and you’re welcome to rest if you ever need a break from the movement. After the class, there will be anywhere between 15-30 minutes of social time with provided vegan snacks, time during which you can choose to remain Naked! or don clothing. You can leave whenever you want, although we encourage you to approach your instructor to tell them about your experience in class.
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How many people usually come to a Naked in Motion class?
This varies per class, season, and location, but classes range anywhere from 15-30 people. Don’t worry, you won’t be the only one to show up.
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What is the gender ratio for the All-Gender classes?
We almost left this question out, but decided to answer the question in case women want to know how outnumbered they’ll be. There are usually more male-identifying people than female-identifying people in our co-ed classes, and there’s usually anywhere between 20-50% female-identifying folks in the class. We have a hunch that those who identify as female (or women, womyn, genderfluid, genderqueer, trans) are overall more more apprehensive about coming to a Naked! co-ed space, and we definitely get it. In a world where female bodies are constantly under scrutiny and unwanted sexual objectification and people who don’t conform to gender norms face physical/verbal threats and shame, it’s easy to understand why these folks might have some fears about disrobing in front of a bunch of strangers.

In response to this, we allow women to wear bottoms for any reason. We’ve also worked really hard to create Community Rules to set standards of safety and respect for all participants of our classes. We also discuss these rules aloud before every class to make sure people understand consent, respect for boundaries, and respect for gender identities. Our safety and respect standards are high, and our participants are really awesome, friendly people who uphold these rules with pride. If you identify as female or are female-bodied and you’re still not sure about attending a co-ed class, we have monthly Women and Trans-only classes to help create a space for you to feel even safer.

DO NOT email Naked in Motion to ask for the gender ratio in class that day. We will not respond under any circumstances, because we ultimately feel that it doesn’t matter, and we don’t want to encourage cruising, as we have a strictly enforced no-cruising policy. Please read on for further details, and see our Community Rules.
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Can I rent a mat? Do I need to reserve one ahead of time?
Check the class description for each class on the Events page to see if the class offers mat rentals. For all events, we strongly encourage you to bring your own mat & towel, as we only have a limited number of mats available to rent, however some spaces have the option to rent mats for $2 cash. If you know you’ll need one, please email reservations@nakedinmotion.com to let us know ahead of time so we can keep track of our rentals. As most people bring their own, we have never run out of rental mats.
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Do I need a towel?
If you bring your own mat, you’re not required to bring a towel, although we recommend bringing one to wipe off any excess moisture from the body to prevent slippage. If your class provides mat rentals and you want to rent a mat, you must bring a full-length towel for sanitary reasons.
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Do I need to do anything in particular to prepare for class?
Nope! Just come as you are. We welcome all people and all our current class roster welcomes all experience levels, so you don’t need to have any prerequisites to take our classes. Just make sure to bring your mat if you have one, and if not, bring a towel and $2 for your mat rental.

In the future, if we host an “advanced” class, we’d indicate the level on the class description if it requires a certain amount of prerequisite regular classes or an invitation.
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I’ve heard of Yoga, but what is Pilates?
Pilates is a system of movement and exercise that was developed around World War I. It includes a set of exercises that emphasize controlled, precise movements, proper breathing and spinal alignment, and a strong, stable abdominal core. Pilates is often used to recover from injury, manage pain and stress, improve posture, increase core strength, increase flexibility, and improve balance. As to the difference between Yoga and Pilates, we like to think of Pilates as a series of exercises and Yoga as a series of poses, but both emphasize controlled movements, simultaneous strengthening and stretching, a calm, concentrated mind, and proper breathing techniques.
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Are classes open to beginners? I’m brand new to Yoga and Pilates. 
All classes will be open-level and catered to beginners unless otherwise specified. No worries if you’re brand new! Our participants come with varying levels of experience in the movement practices, and our teachers will give instructions for modifying exercises to meet different needs, providing options to decrease or increase the level of intensity of a certain posture or exercise. If you’re a beginner, you won’t hold the class back. If you’re looking for more of an intermediate or advanced workout, follow the verbal cues for challenging the postures and exercises.
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Do I need to be flexible to start a Yoga and Pilates practice?
Definitely not. As a matter of fact, many people begin their Yoga and Pilates practices to increase their flexibility; you have to start somewhere. However, it’s important not to push yourself beyond your limits. Listen to your body, and back off if you feel pain. Flexibility takes time to develop, so have some patience with yourself.
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I have an injury. Are these classes right for me?
Only you can decide what’s best for your body. If you have any questions about an injury or any medical condition, you should consult your physician before coming to a Naked in Motion class. Upon attending a class, tell the instructor when you check in that you’re working with an injury or other medical condition so they know to offer the appropriate modifications. In general, our teachers will try to give instructions for modifying exercises to meet different needs, providing options to decrease or increase the level of intensity of certain postures or exercises. Most importantly, listen to your body, and allow yourself to rest whenever you need a break.
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Can I attend a Naked in Motion class if I’m pregnant or postnatal?
Only you can decide what’s best for your body. If you have any questions about doing Yoga, Pilates, or any exercise while pregnant or post-pregnancy, you should consult your physician before coming to a Naked in Motion class. Upon attending a class, tell the instructor when you check in that you’re pregnant or postnatal so they know to offer the appropriate modifications. In general, our teachers will try to give instructions for modifying exercises to meet different needs, providing options to decrease or increase the level of intensity of certain postures or exercises. Most importantly, listen to your body, and allow yourself to rest whenever you need a break.
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I’m a full-bodied individual. Can I still attend a Naked in Motion class?
We pride ourselves on inclusivity and we welcome all shapes and sizes. We also don’t operate under the assumption that full-bodied folk are weak. However, as we’ve stated, only you can decide what’s best for your body. If you have any questions about doing Yoga, Pilates, or any exercise, you should consult your physician before coming to a Naked in Motion class. In general, our teachers will try to give instructions for modifying exercises to meet different needs, providing options to decrease or increase the level of intensity of certain postures or exercises. Most importantly, listen to your body, and allow yourself to rest whenever you need a break and go at your own pace if needed. If you need to take a break or slow down the practice, don’t judge yourself. You’re awesome and you need to take care of you.
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How long are the classes?
We book each class for 2 hours, but the actual movement section will last approximately 75 minutes. Each class will have a designated official start time, but the actual movement won’t start until 15 minutes after this time. After the orientation speech, the instructor will cue everyone to disrobe and the class will begin. After the class, there will always be a 15-30 minute social time to have snacks and meet each other, clothed or not.
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Where do I store my personal belongings?
There will be a designated section to store belongings. We rent our spaces, and storage space will vary, but in general you can put your belongings wherever you feel more comfortable, as long as they’re out of the way.
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Where are the classes held?
Our events sometimes have different locations. You can find all the information about each class on our Events page. On the MindBody widget, you can click the name of each class to see a full description of each class with information about the location, timeline, and whether or not it has mat rentals. You can also scroll down to the bottom of our Events page to read general information about each class. We rent our spaces, and use everything from photography studios to yoga studios to event spaces in the sex/body-positive community.
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Are there classes for certain genders or sexual orientations?
Unless specified, all events are welcome to people of all gender identities. However, we host monthly Women and Trans-only classes to create a safe space for those who identify as female, female-bodied, and trans (male or female). See the Events page for details about the next class. None of our classes discriminate based on sexual orientation.
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How can I get involved?
We’re always open to collaboration with like-minded individuals or groups. If you’d like to teach one our classes or be added to our sub list, email instructors@nakedinmotion.com. If your organization or group would like to collaborate with Naked in Motion on an event, workshop, or class, send us an email.
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. . .

All of these rules and FAQs aside, the classes aren’t so serious. We have these classes because it’s fun, liberating, and life-changing to be Naked! while doing Pilates and Yoga, and we just ask that you follow the rules. It’s pretty simple.
 

 

Naked in Motion Community Rules

  • Naked! = Nudity is mandatory, but women and trans folk have the option to wear bottoms for any reason. Please note that having your menstrual cycle doesn’t necessitate wearing bottoms, as we don’t want menstruation to limit your attendance. For transgender participants: please make use of anything you require to affirm and support your gender, as we’ll defer to whatever “Naked!” means to you. Everyone should be an active, willing participant and at least 18 years old.
  • Consent: Before touching anyone, please ask for their consent. Remember that anything less than an enthusiastic “yes” means “no.” This applies to all physical contact, including small touches that may seem appropriate in a clothed setting. The instructors will ask for permission before touching you during class and give you the opportunity to opt out of corrective touch. Understand that consent is an ongoing process; you can change your mind at any time, and any answer is completely acceptable. Consent is also a conversation with yourself, so know your own boundaries first so that you can communicate them to others effectively. 
  • No Cruising: We define cruising as asking people out on a date or looking for a hookup. Giving unsolicited comments about your opinion of someone’s appearance also counts as cruising (e.g., telling someone that you find them attractive). This applies during events and on our online groups before and after events. Please err on the side of caution. If someone makes a cruising complaint against you, you’ll be asked to leave and won’t be welcome again. If you are a victim of cruising or receive unwanted messages online from someone related to our group, please notify us immediately.
  • Anonymity: If you meet someone at an Naked in Motion event and happen to interact with them in public, please be discreet about where you met. This applies to public online forums as well. Assume that everyone that you meet at an event doesn’t want anyone to know they’re there. Don’t disclose the identity of anyone from photos we post on social media or our website.
  • Identity: Please do not presume the gender/sexual identity of those in the class, and be respectful. We want to be inclusive of all bodies, genders, and sexualities. Make a habit of asking for people’s preferred pronouns.
  • Cell Phones: Cell phones are strictly prohibited from our events while clothes are off, especially after class during social time. If you need to check your phone for any reason while anyone’s clothes are off, please put on clothes, take your bag with your phone outside, and check the phone there (we don’t want to see it). Please turn your ringer/vibrator off during class. Clothes off? Phones off! Zero tolerance!
  • The Erection Question: Not all erections are sexuall inspired. If you get an erection during a group movement class, no big deal. Just ignore it, or take Child’s Pose if you like. If you get an erection during social times before or after a class, please don a towel or clothing for the comfort of some of our participants.
  • No Latecomers: In order to respect the safety of the space and the flow of the class, there will be strict “doors open” and “doors closed” times listed on our event pages. If you show up after the specified late entry time, you will not be allowed inside, no exceptions. All ticket sales have a 24-hour cancellation policy.
  • Be Sober: Sobriety is mandatory. If you exhibit signs of visible intoxication, we will ask you to leave.
  • Bring a mat & towel: We strongly encourage you to bring your own mat & towel, but some of our studios have a limited number of mats available to rent for $2. If you do need to rent a mat, you must bring a towel.

If you have any questions or complaints, please talk to your teacher(s). Your privacy will be respected.

The instructor reserves the right to ask anyone to leave, and those who do not follow the community rules will not be welcome to future Naked in Motion classes.

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