Getting Started
 
First and foremost, Yoga is for everyone. However, you must inform us if you have any health problems, injuries, and if you are pregnant so we can recommend the appropriate class for you.  

You can enroll online for your first class, or arrive 15 minutes before class starts for a brief tour of the studio and registration paperwork.  Online registrations do receive first priority in the event that a class is full (Find us on the Mindbody App!)

First week is FREE with the purchase of a 5, 10, or 20 class package or a Yoga Starter Kit, or feel free to purchase a single drop-in class.

For more information, please contact us. 952-448-YOGA (9642). Click here to view class offerings.

WHAT TO KEEP IN MIND
  Please remove your shoes upon entering the studio, and leave your belongings in a locker (including your cell phone)
  It is recommended that you practice on an empty stomach
  Please keep voices low in studio before class as a courtesy to your fellow yogis
  Enter with an open mind and heart, take good care of YOU, and have fun!
Our Deals
Yoga Starter Kit: $129 +tax
  30 min. 1:1 assessment and intro (email us to schedule)
  1 Manduka PROlite Yoga Mat
  5 classes Click here to purchase
 First Week of Classes FREE for new students with the purchase of a class package or Yoga Starter Kit!  (free week starts on 1st visit; class packages expire 1 year from date of purchase)
 
 

Register for your first class using our online schedule or through the Mindbody App, or arrive 15 minutes early for your first class, and we will get you all set up and show you around!  The studio doors are locked while class is in session.

ESSENTIAL EQUIPMENT
We recommend to bring the following items to class:
  Comfortable clothes   Yoga Mat   Mat towel   Water Bottle
Wear comfortable clothing that you can bend and stretch in. Your mat defines personal space, creates traction for your hands and feet, and provides cushioning A mat towel over your mat will help to avoid slipping of your hands and feet (especially in heated classes). It’s important to stay hydrated (especially in heated classes).
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