You’re going to love this: You just show up! It would be great if you download and complete the Student Profile and Release Form AND arrive fifteen minutes early so we can go over them and get to know you. If you don’t have access to a printer, no problem. We have plenty of the forms at the studio. You can also purchase your class passes online or in studio.

Not necessarily. We have all the props you will need for class, including plenty of mats. Lots of people like to bring their own mat for sanitary reasons (we wash our mats regularly, but not nightly. Too busy practicing yoga!) and we have a place for you to store your own mat if you like. So, bring one if you have one, but don’t let the lack keep you out of the studio!

No. But we offer a single class drop-in rate, which is a good way to try us out. Once you fall in love with us, we offer discounted rates for our 5-class, 10-class, and unlimited monthly passes.

There are no refunds for sessions bought and not used.

I always say the best class for you is the one that fits into your schedule. Please feel free to come to any class. We will do our best to make you feel welcome and will modify for you as necessary. What we ask in return is that you do the modifications asked of you by the teacher. A true Beginner has to learn their limits first and work on the postures second. Not doing as the instructor requests may result in your being asked to NOT return to class.

First of all, relax. Trains, traffic lights and long meetings happen to most of us. When you get to the studio please pause to listen at the door to make sure we are not in the middle of our beginning sequence (the chant and centering exercises). If you DO walk in on the chant either close the door quietly and wait outside or have a seat on the floor as soon as you come in and be as quiet as possible. The instructor will give you the “come on in” sign when she/he is ready for you to enter. Please DO NOT just come in and get your props or set up your mat. Centering is one of the most important things we do and even small movements are distracting. It is important for us to ALL respect one another’s commitment to practice.

Iyengar-inspired yoga where we work on the precision of the poses for the most therapeutic benefit. We also have Flow Yoga which moves smoothly from one pose to the next. Trust me, you will be plenty challenged.

Absolutely not. Every person in our classes once stood in your shoes and worried the same things. What they found and you will find is that it is nearly IMPOSSIBLE to look at anyone else if you are truly working during class. That’s the beauty of yoga: You have a large chunk of time where you can’t think of anything else besides what you are doing at that very moment. It is so refreshing!

I beg to differ. If you were completely flexible, why would you need us? Those of us with the least flexibility are the most welcome in our classes.

Anything that is comfortable for exercising. Nothing tight but also nothing so loose that it will get in your way. I generally wear some form of leggings and a tank or tee. You WILL be barefoot, so be prepared! Oh, and gentlemen, we do ask that you keep your shirts ON. We prefer to minimize …distractions!

Yes. Choose “Buy Pass” under the menu above to get started.

Asana does not offer refunds on classes bought but not used. Refunds for workshops will be issued only if another student can take your place for the workshop. We appreciate your understanding.