Which classes are best suited for me?
If you are brand spankin’ new to yoga, we highly recommend our beginner essentials series. This comprehensive series, offered several times throughout the year, is designed to set you up with a solid foundation on which to build your yoga practice. Upon completion, students are prepared to join other classes and practice at their own pace.
If you know some yoga stuff, but still consider yourself a bit of a newbie, Deep Stretch, Yin, Align & Flow, Zen Flow, and Restorative classes are a good way to get acclimated.
Vinyasa Flow, Yoga/Pilates Fusion, Flex and Flow and Power classes are slightly more athletic, move at a little faster pace, and build strength and endurance. View class descriptions.
All classes show modifications, and feel free to talk with the instructor before class if you have questions. Still not sure? Give us a call at 614.541.1010 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll figure out what’s best for you!
Do I pre-register and pre-pay for my class online or can I do it in the studio? How do I apply discounted or free passes?
We highly recommend pre-registering and pre-paying for your classes to secure your spot! To ensure everyone is safe and comfortable, each class has a maximum capacity. You are welcome to drop-in and to pay upon arrival; however, each class is first come, first served (view schedule to select a class).
You cannot sign up online using a free or discounted class pass. If you are using a free or discounted class pass, it is best to reserve your spot by sending an email to email@example.com. You are also welcome to drop-in if the class is not full. Students and Veterans can drop-in for $10 to any class at anytime (no pre-registration available).
What should I bring?
Bring your mat, or rent a high-quality Manduka mat for $2 (cash only). We sell bottled water for $1 (cash only).
What if I’m late or need to leave early?
While all of us occasionally have a good reason for leaving early or coming in late (such as traffic issues or an important work meeting), please be mindful of how this affects the practice of others, and limit to emergencies only. Locking the door after a class has begun is at the instructor’s discretion. Please do not enter during class as we do not have a separate waiting area. We do not allow the public to observe classes.
What about kids?
Kids and yoga are a natural match. Young adults ages 15 and older may attend any class, and we periodically offer a yoga series for younger kids and families.
What time should I arrive?
It’s best to arrive 10-15 minutes prior to class to allow time to get comfortable and set up. First timers should arrive at least 15 minutes prior to class. Always check in at the registration desk upon arrival (even if you have signed up online or using the app).
What are the studio hours?
The studio opens 20 minutes prior to each class and stays open 20 minutes after each class. If you would like to purchase a retail item or visit the studio, please stop in during these times. All inquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or you may leave a message on our voice mail at 614.541.1010 and we will promptly return your call.
What’s the deal with heat?
It is ideal to practice yoga in a warm environment. While the temperature in the studio varies from class to class, our non-heated classes fluctuate between 72-80 degrees. Most of our Power Flow classes are heated to 85 degrees – warm enough to activate a good sweat and loosen the muscles without causing you to overheat or feel uncomfortable.
Anything else I should know?
We ask that you kindly remove your shoes when walking on the studio floor and please check your cell phone and electronic devices at the door. If you are on call at work or have an emergency situation that requires your phone in the studio, please inform the instructor prior to class and keep your phone on silent.