Savasana is the final pose of a yoga practice, and it involves lying on your back for about 5 minutes to absorb the practice and calm the mind. This is a pivotal part of the practice followed by a meditation or closing words from teacher to keep you in the right mindset from the rest of the day. I understand that people can’t always stay for the duration of the class, but please, PLEASE don’t decide to leave in the middle of everyone’s rest. It is crazy-making to watch a student nosily roll up their mat, collect their stuff (which generally insinuates bag ruffling and keys jiggling) only to—wait for it—slam the door shut on their way out. Are those 5 minutes really going to make or break your schedule?! I dare say you’ve missed the beautiful message of yoga at this point. That everything is exactly as it should be, there is no rush and you’re right where you need to be. If you must leave class early, tell the teacher at the beginning of class, make time for your own savasana, set up near the door and leave before savasana as to not disturb the class.