Do I need reservations?
Yes please. Pre-registration is currently required for all classes. If attending in-studio, please arrive 10-15 minutes before your first class. If attending online, please log into the Yoga One Zoom meeting ID (located on our schedule page) 5-10 minutes prior to class start time.
Is there a place to change clothes?
At this time, there are no dedicated changing rooms. There is one large restroom within the studio which can be used for changing if desired.
What should I wear?
Comfortable clothing appropriate for exercise and bare feet. Avoid lotion on hands and feet, which may cause slipping on mats. Please also avoid strong perfumes.
What should I bring?
Your own mat, a towel (if you tend to sweat) and water. Currently we ask that you also bring any desired props.
Is the studio always open?
No, typically doors open 15 minutes before scheduled classes.
If I have a past injury, can I practice yoga?
Yes, however those with current or past injuries should speak with their physician first. Please let your instructor know of any special conditions at beginning of class (heart conditions, pregnancy, etc.). Please choose appropriate class styles and level for your needs.
Can I leave class early if necessary?
Yes; however, each class ends with a period of final relaxation (savasana) which typically lasts 5-10 minutes. Before leaving, please lie down for a brief savasana on your own (this is an integral part of every yoga session) and then quietly gather your things and depart before group relaxation begins so as not to disrupt fellow classmates.
Can I eat before class?
It is advisable to practice yoga on a relatively empty stomach. Allow 2-3 hours after light meals and longer after heavy meals.
Which classes are appropriate for me?
Please review the class levels and descriptions, as well as the new student page for more details. Feel free to contact us with any questions.
Do you have any new student specials?
Yes, please see our rates page for the latest information on new student special offers and class packages.