Pricing

New Student Special

2 Weeks Unlimited Classes

$30
  • Available to New Students Only

Regular Membership and Drop-In

Monthly Unlimited

$111Monthly
  • 3-mo. commitment, 30-day advance cancellation.

Drop-In

$17Class
  • Per Class Payment

Packages

10 Class Package

$135
  • 6-month expiration

5 Class Package

$77
  • 3-month expiration

Private Yoga Sessions

30 Minute Session

$50Class
  • Per Class Payment

60 Minute Session

$90Class
  • Per Class Payment

FAQs

As of Friday, February 18th, we are no longer going to require masks in the studio. We will continue to run the air purifiers in the studio during classes though.

Of course, if you want to continue to wear a mask, you are more than welcome to!

We ask that if you are not feeling well, have had direct contact with someone who has tested positive, or tested positive yourself, please participate in our virtual classes instead of coming into the studio.

Yoga is for everybody and for every body. We offer a variety of classes for a wide variety of experience, skill and interest. Our teachers will suggest modifications or props to use to make a pose more comfortable for your body. If you have any health issues, be sure to consult your doctor first.

NO! That is a misconception. Actually, not being flexible or strong are excellent reasons to start a yoga practice. With a consistent practice, you will find yourself naturally gaining the flexibility and strength you desire, with the side benefit of more peace to your mind, body, and spirit.

We list and describe all our classes, and you can pick one that fits your needs. We suggest trying different classes to see which style you like and is right for you. Vinyasa, Power Flow, Classic Series classes tend to be the more physically demanding classes, while Restorative Flow, Mellow Yoga, Yin Yoga and the Restorative Yoga classes are less physically challenging. If you’re a brand new beginner, Foundations/Beginner’s Yoga is an excellent choice.

If you still are not sure, feel free to contact us and we can help. You can even come visit us and ask!

Bring a water bottle (we have filtered water), a yoga mat, and a towel if you need one. We have mats available to borrow if you do not have one (You may want to purchase your own mat for reasons of personal hygiene and regularity of practice.). We have all the other props you will need.

Go for comfort over style. Wear athletic clothing where the instructor can have a good idea of your body alignment, but most importantly wear clothes that are comfortable, fast drying and do not restrict your movement.

It is always good to stay hydrated, and when practicing yoga, it is no different. Make sure you are hydrated before you come and drink plenty of water after class. Try not to eat a full meal at least three hours before class. A small snack is appropriate.

Our goal is to give you the most focused and peaceful experience for your yoga class. In order to do so, for your safety and peace of mind, we will lock doors at the start of your class time. This allows our teachers to get everyone settled into their space and prepared for a wonderful class.

When entering the yoga studio, we ask that you please remove your shoes and silence all electronic devices. If you need to take a call before or after class, please step outside of the studio.

Please refrain from chit chatting during class; it can be distracting and disruptive to others.

Please stay for savasana, but if you do need to leave, setup towards the back then quietly roll up your mat and TIP TOE out of the room so you do not disturb others who are enjoying their final relaxation.

It is always appropriate to talk to the instructor about any existing physical conditions and concerns you have about them. We highly recommend you come to class a little early to alert your instructor so he/she can assist with modification and prop usage. Yoga benefits many people with chronic pain by helping the body regain balance between strength and flexibility, movement and awareness. If you are under a doctor’s care for an acute situation, please be sure to discuss taking yoga classes with him or her.

Yoga can be very beneficial during pregnancy, but make sure to let your instructor know you are pregnant. Make sure to avoid twisting, inversions, pranayama, any abdominal strengthening pose, and lying on your belly. Remember, balancing poses may get tougher as you progress in your pregnancy so use the wall or blocks to keep yourself balanced and stay in the pose longer. Make sure to drink plenty of water and take bathroom breaks whenever needed.

That is your choice! We have classes every day and at various times. The more you practice, the better you will feel. Find a consistent time to practice and feel the results.

It is not required, but it is highly recommended. With limited numbers due to COVID restrictions, if you don’t make a reservation, you may find all the available slots are full.

We cannot offer refunds, but we will credit your account for a pop up or workshop to use for a future session. We can also put a membership on hold. We do require a 30-day written cancellation notice for memberships.

We do not. It’s important to make yourself a priority so that you can attend five classes in three months or ten classes in six.