Frequently Asked Questions
All of our instructors are Registered Yoga Teachers (RYTs), and are registered with the Yoga Alliance.
The most important things to bring are an open heart and an open mind. We do have yoga mats available to use, but encourage you to bring your own mat. We suggest that students also try to bring a nice, big towel or yoga blanket and a water bottle.
A simple, loose t-shirt and sweatpants or workout pants will suffice for a yoga class. You might also want to bring a nice, warm pair of socks and a sweatshirt to wear during the cool-down portion of class.
We do allow walk-ins, but because of our small class sizes, our classes tend to fill up quickly. For this reason we recommend making a reservation to ensure you get a spot.
To be fair to your fellow students, do not reserve a class unless you have every intention of attending. We do require 24 hours’ notice in order to refund you the cost of the class you reserved.
Private Yoga Class Designed Just For You
Private yoga classes are an excellent way both for beginners to learn correct posture, and for experienced students to learn how to deepen their practice. When you’re working one-on-one with a yoga instructor, you have their undivided attention; undistracted, your instructor can pay close attention to your form, making sure you do the various poses correctly. Some additional benefits of a private yoga class are:
- Classes are Tailored to Your Fitness Level and Goals.
- We Can Accommodate Any Injuries, Health Concerns, or Limitations.
- Classes Reduce/Eliminate Any Intimidation Associated With a Group Class.
- Teachers Can Provide Assessments and Additional Class Recommendations.
Another benefit of attending one of our private yoga classes is that students can create their own schedules. When you work with a private instructor, you can choose a time that works well for both of you, instead of building your schedule around your yoga classes.