What should I bring to class?
We recommend that you bring a yoga mat and a bottle of water with you to class. We do have a limited number of yoga mats available to borrow if needed. You are welcome to bring any props that will support you in your practice. We do have blocks, straps, blankets, and bolsters available for use.
What should I wear to class?
Wear anything comfortable that allows you to move your body freely. Socks are not recommended for classes with standing postures as they can cause you to slip on your mat. We ask that shoes are not worn in the practice space – there is an area in the entryway where you can leave your shoes.
What should I do with my personal items during class?
There are cubbies and coat hooks in the entryway as well as a place for shoes. We ask that you keep shoes at the entryway. The door is locked during class so items will be secure.
Do I have to pre-register for classes?
Classes without registration at least 60 minutes before class starts will be canceled. We recommend pre-registering for class so you can secure your place as class sizes are limited. If you’re having trouble pre-registering you can call or text 984-833-7529.
What should I do if I’m having issues registering for classes online?
Call us at 984-833-7529 and we will help you.
I registered for a class but now I can’t make it. What should I do?
We understand that life happens. We ask that you cancel at least 1 hour prior to class start time. Please cancel classes online through the scheduling app.
What class is right for me?
We offer many options! Check out our class descriptions for more information or ask a team member. You can also call us at 984-833-7529.
I have an injury or medical issue. Can I practice yoga?
Please consult your health care provider if you have any concerns before starting a yoga practice.
Are there cats at the studio?
No, we do not have any animals at the studio. Images you see with cats and/or dogs are from special events with local animal rescues. We are thorough about cleaning and are especially diligent after these events as we know people have allergies.