How do I sign up for classes?
Sign up online using MindBody, if you like. It is not necessary to pre-register for classes online; if you come ten to fifteen minutes early, it is likely we’ll have a spot for you.
Is there a new student special?
Yes! We offer new students a month of unlimited classes for $49. If you like, you can pay the walk-in fee of $15 for your first class. Next time you come to class (within the next seven days), pay the remaining $34. Your month-long new student pass will start on the day of your second visit. Try out our various instructors to find what works for you!
Please note, the new student special is available to purchase online for new students only. If you take one class and are already in our system, you will have to come back into the studio to purchase the new student special.
What should I wear to class?
Dress comfortably, in clothes that move and stretch with you. Hatha classes are held at a comfortable temperature, while vinyasa classes are heated (but not to HOT yoga temperatures, just to a cozy 76 to 84 degrees). A good rule of thumb is to wear your usual workout clothes. In yoga, we don’t wear shoes or socks: no need for gym shoes.
What do I need to bring?
You can bring a mat if you have one. We are fully stocked with mats and props like yoga blankets, bolsters and blocks. There is no rental fee for mats or props.
What class is right for me?
Take a look at our class descriptions. Essential classes teach you the basics, while emphasizing mindfulness and breath. They are great for beginners and those students desiring a slower practice. In a vinyasa class you will flow from pose to pose, linking movement with breath. Vinyasa classes move at a faster pace.
Each teacher brings their own flavor to a class. We urge you to take advantage of our new student pass, so you can try out different styles of yoga and see what suits you best.
Where should I park?
We have five free parking spots behind the studio. Parking at the meters surrounding the studio is free every morning until 11am. It is also free all-day on Sundays. You can find free parking anytime on East 3rd Street, just north of the studio.