When you come to class

Welcome to our yoga studio! We want you to feel comfortable and prepared for your practice, so here are a few tips to help you get the most out of your experience with us.

Please wear comfortable and clean clothing to your class. To be mindful of other students, we kindly ask that you avoid wearing perfume or other strong fragrances. We also ask that you turn off your cell phone before the class start to create a peaceful atmosphere for everyone. It is acceptable to take photos of our beautiful space before and after the classes.

Traditionally, yoga is practiced on an empty stomach, 1-2 hours after a light snack and 3-4 hours after a heavy meal. We recommend that you drink plenty of water before your practice, as water is usually not consumed during class, or at least limited. However, feel free to bring your water bottle if you don't have time to hydrate beforehand and feel you need it.

Please let your teacher know if you have any pre-existing or current injuries, or if you are pregnant. Our instructors are happy to provide modifications to ensure a safe and comfortable practice for you.

We encourage you to bring your own yoga mat, but if you don't have one, we have studio mats for rent ($5/day). Additionally, we have a variety of props available for you to use as well.

If you arrive late to class, we ask that you please honor the other students by entering the studio quietly. We want everyone to feel welcome and at ease during their practice.

We look forward to seeing you in class!

New Students

We offer a New student intro of 2 weeks for $45 so you can try out all of our wonderful teachers and classes. 

At The Yoga Space, most of our classes are all-levels, as this is the traditional way of teaching in our lineage. Our goal is to create a welcoming and inclusive environment for all students, regardless of experience level. Beginners can learn alongside intermediate and advanced students, with our teachers providing options for each level and offering gentle assists and alignment instructions to help your practice grow.

We understand that starting a yoga practice can be intimidating, but please know that our studio is a judgment-free zone. We encourage you to come as you are and meet yourself where you are in your practice. 

Please feel free to contact our studio at if you have any questions or help deciding which class would be best for you.

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