FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When is The Studio open?
Can I drop-in to a class?
Do I have to register for any classes?
You can also save yourself a spot for any of the drop-in classes listed on the schedule. We recommend that you register for your classes ahead of time from the Studio Schedule page of the website. If you want to take your chances, you are always welcome to drop-in. We’d love to see you!
How much are drop-in classes?
$20 to drop-in. Purchase online or in person at the studio.
I've never practiced yoga... Which class is best for beginners?
The best classes for beginners are Hatha, Restorative and Gentle Yoga. If you are suffering from injury, have physical limitations, or cannot get up and down from the floor easily, the best option for you is a private lesson with one of our certified and experienced instructors. If you are somewhat physically active and have no substantial limitations, any “Vinyasa” class is also perfect for yoga beginners (you must be comfortable getting up and down from the floor, kneeling, weight bearing on the wrists, and lying on the stomach).
I'm not very flexible... Can I practice yoga?
I don't have a yoga mat, do you have any at the studio to borrow?
How big are classes?
The main studio can hold up to 14 students in class. The average class size is 6-10 people. If you are the only one to show up for a drop-in class – expect a private lesson! We have NO minimum for drop-in classes to run.
What should I wear?
Reserve your spot for drop-in classes
Ensure your space in class by registering for drop-in classes online or on the MindBody app ahead of your arrival.
Arrive at least 10 minutes before the class starts
Allow additional time if it is your first class.
Turn off all electronic devices
This means anything that rings, dings or buzzes.
Do not wear perfume to class
It can bother other students.
Advise instructor of any injuries or health issues
Teachers can suggest alternatives for you if required
Avoid eating 1 hour before class
A heavy meal can make you feel uncomfortable
Don't place your mat directly in front of someone
Ensure everyone has sight lines to the instructor