You may bring a towel and a water bottle (reusable is best!) if you’d like. Bring your own yoga mat if you have one, but we provide $2 rental mats if needed. Props are provided in the studio.
Wear comfortable, breathable workout clothes. Be prepared to be barefoot – socks should not be worn to avoid slipping.
Yes, we provide mat rentals for $2. Mat rentals are free with our Unlimited Membership!
Registering for your first class is easy! You can register online in our Class Schedule. You are also welcome to arrive 15 minutes early for your first class, and we will help you sign up at the front desk. Be sure to take advantage of our 30-day trial membership special for $45.
All of our Level 1 classes are geared towards beginners. On the weekends, our Saturday and Sunday 4:30pm Basics classes are specifically designed for brand new beginners. When you take your first yoga class, be sure to let the instructor know that you are new to yoga. Be sure to also check out our Beginner Series program, specifically designed to help launch your new yoga practice.
Online reservations will be honored until five minutes before class to ensure precise start times. if you have not physically signed in by then, your space will be given to anyone waiting. We appreciate your understanding!
For your safety and for the consideration of other students, we do not accept late entry into classes 10 minutes after their start times.
Yes, all of our class cards have a 180-day expiration from the purchasing date. Kindly note that there are no exceptions.
Monthly memberships are set up with our automatic billing system. Memberships require a minimum 3-month commitment. After 3 months, you may cancel your membership at any time by filling out a Cancellation Form at the front desk. Memberships may be frozen annually, for 1-3 months, by filling out a Freeze Form at the front desk. There is a $15 one-time fee for a membership freeze. Please give 7 days notice for any freeze or cancellation requests.
We have three small dressing rooms. We have no showers.
Here are a few helpful hints on appropriate etiquette for the yoga classroom.