New Student Special

$10 for 10 days!
Try out our studio for just $10!
Attend unlimited classes for 10 consecutive days
New students only - one time use

We have a $3.00 MAT RENTAL fee, if you need to borrow a yoga mat. Some students choose this option every time they come to the studio! Others use this opportunity to “test drive” our JADEYOGA Mats before purchasing their own at our boutique. JADEYOGA mats are made sustainably with natural rubber tapped from rubber trees, a renewable resource that contains no PVC, EVA, or other synthetic rubber. We’re always happy to help you and answer your yoga mat questions!

New student faqs

I've never done yoga before... where should i start?

First of all... Welcome! We LOVE beginners! Modifications will be offered in all of our classes, so you can’t go wrong with any of our classes. However, if you are brand new, check out Yoga Foundations on our open class schedule. We move at a slower pace, taking time to explain every pose and answer any questions you may have, setting you up for success. You can also schedule a private session if you'd like some one-on-one instruction before you dive into group classes, or at any time throughout your yoga journey as a great way to give your practice a “boost.”

What should i wear?

If fancy yoga clothes are your jam, rock on! However, no expensive yoga pants necessary here. Wear something that makes you feel comfortable twisting, bending, sweating, stretching, and turning upside down. (Keep that in mind when choosing a shirt... it can be a pain to adjust your shirt every time you go into a downward dog!) Socks and yoga mats don't play very well, so, while the choice is yours, going barefoot is recommended. PRO TIP: bring a cozy sweater for the last few minutes of class (spent resting in a pose we call “savasana”).

Should i bring anything?

A yoga mat, if you have one! We have high quality Jade Yoga mats available to rent for $3. They’re also available for purchase if you like them! We supply water but no cups (loving our Mother Earth!) so please bring your own water bottle or plan on purchasing one here. Everything else you’ll need for the class will be provided for you.

Will the class be hard?

Short answer: yes. Yoga is designed to challenge the body and the mind. As long as you keep an open mind and come ready to try new things, you’re going to nail it!.

How many times a week should I do yoga?

You'll likely be able to notice some results practicing just 1-2 times per week, especially if you are brand new to yoga. If you love the way yoga makes you feel, we recommend purchasing a month pass so that you can come to the studio 3 or more times per week to give your practice a chance to thrive. Want to make the most of your month pass? It gives you access to unlimited classes! We offer 25+ classes every week (that’s more than 100 in a month!). If you plan strategically and attend multiple classes per day, you can drop your per-class price down to $1.70!

What temperature is the studio?

We maintain the studio at around 75 degrees. We find that this works best for our style of yoga. It's warm enough to stay cozy during savasana but not so hot that you're dripping and slipping all over the place and at risk of over-stretching and injuring your muscles. Ideally, we want to build internal heat rather than respond to external heat.

* Our HOT FLOW and HEATED YIN classes are heated to 85-90 degrees, providing a little extra heat for those who are into that kind of thing.

DO you have a place to change?

Yes. We do not have locker rooms or showers at our facility at this time, but we have a nice bathroom in the studio for your use.

  • Plan to arrive ~10 minutes early to get settled before class begins. If it's your first time at the studio, please arrive 15 minutes early to familiarize yourself with the space.

  • Think of the studio as a technology detox zone. Your practice will be MUCH more enjoyable if your phone, iWatch, and all other devices are silenced and stored in the cubbies with your belongings — we promise!

  • Stay for savasana. Seriously, it's the best part. We all need a couple of quiet moments in our day! Leaving early also disrupts the others who are trying to relax, so please allow time to stay. If you know ahead of time that you absolutely need to leave early, please set up your mat close to the door and pack up to leave before savasana begins.

  • Laugh and smile! We don't take yoga too seriously. Have fun, and don't be afraid to fall over or mess up. We've all had our share of embarrassing moments in yoga class!

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