what to expect
The studio opens 15 minutes prior to class beginning. If you arrive early, please try to be as quiet as possible as class may be ending in savasana and there are many massage rooms in the lobby.
Sign-in at the desk, and if you’re a new student, fill out a waiver and notify the teacher of any injuries or things you’re working through in the body.
When entering the studio, we ask that you leave your phone, shoes, and belonging outside or in the cubbies right inside the door and not in the practice space.
At times, yoga classes can become very challenging. We ask that you observe the body and listen deeply. After all, yoga is about injury prevention and listened to the sacred body wisdom within… and should not be that which causes injury! Listen to what’s going on. Vary the practice to fit you each day.
Carry the practice with you. Our practice begins when we leave the mat, so bring all the lessons you’ve learned on the mat and spread them!
frequently asked questions
Where is your studio located? Where should I park?
We are located in historic downtown 4th Street above the Diving Elk! Our address is 1101 4th Street, 3rd floor, Suite 3E. There is metered parking Monday – Friday, 8a – 5p, on the streets surrounding, but free parking behind the building in a large parking lot!
How should I dress? What should I bring?
Wear comfortable, moveable, and depending on the class, breathable clothing. Bring a mat and water!
Do I need a yoga mat?
Yes! But don’t worry if you don’t have one quite yet- we have mats and props for your use at the studio.
What is the cost?
You can view our pricing options here.
What are the best classes for beginners?
Most of our classes are layered, meaning they are accessible for the beginner, the intermediate, and sometimes the advanced yogi. Don’t worry- we were all nervous the first times we practiced!
We do offer a basic class at 9:30 a Saturdays and often host a beginners series. Other than that, check out our schedule, read the class descriptions, and find something that suits what you're looking for.
I injured ____, can I still practice yoga?
We ask that you consult your doctor first, but for the most part, yes! There can be so much freedom to explore in the body post-injury, post-pregnancy, and post-whatever! As long as it feels good in the body, do it! We do ask that you alert your teacher to any previous or pre-existing conditions you have in the body so that they can make sure you stay safe through the practice.