Yes. Because we have limited space in our in-person classes, online pre-registration is highly recommended. You can book classes on our website or via our mobile apps.
For our virtual classes, pre-registration is required in order to receive the Zoom link for class.
There is free parking on the residential streets one block down in either direction from York Blvd. Paid 2-hour parking is available ($1 for 2 hours) behind behind the Health Clinic, just off Avenue 51.
Please note that the parking meters right outside the studio have a 1 hour limit which is not enough time to get in and out of class (the parking enforcement is fierce and fast).
Unfortunately we don't recommend parking in the Post Office lot!
In accordance with updated LA County guidelines, masks are now optional throughout the space (but still encouraged when indoors).
All classes not marked "LEVEL 2" are great for all levels. In general, "YOGA FLOW" classes will be faster-paced, so newer yogis may want to try classes just called "YOGA." It's always a good idea to let the instructor know before class that you are new to yoga so they can keep an eye on you and offer suggestions for modifications. Go easy on yourself, and take a break when you need to! Each class presents unique challenges as well as opportunities to relax and unwind, so come with an open mind!
Look for classes with "LEVEL 2" on our schedule. These offer the most challenge for experienced yogis.
Our livestream classes are hosted through Zoom, and you can tune in from either a computer or mobile device. Here's how it works:
Pre-register for a livestream class through our website or mobile apps
If you're joining from a mobile phone or tablet, make sure you have Zoom downloaded in advance of class
Roughly 30 minutes before the class start time, you will receive a link from FitGrid
Click the link and enjoy!
If you signed up in advance for class and haven't received the Zoom link 15 minutes before the class start time, first check your spam folder. If still no luck, you can try calling the studio front desk at (323) 212-5118. If no one is available to take your call, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com and someone will manually send you the link ASAP!
If for some reason you do not hear back immediately — we're sorry. We have a very small team and though we do our absolute best to respond to all emails and calls in a timely manner, we're human. If we can't get you the link in time for you to join class, we will follow up with a link for a recording of the class for you to practice along with in your own time.
Generally, if you plan to practice more than 2x per week (in-person), the Unlimited All Access membership ($135/month) is the most cost effective option. If you plan to practice less than that, the Limited Monthly 10 (10 classes per month for $108) or a class pack is a better choice.
Are you new to us? Try our New Student Intro Month — $79 for an unlimited month of yoga (in-studio and virtually). This is the best way to try out our studio and see if it's a good fit!
If you need further assistance, email Lydia, our yogi advisor. She's always happy to help!
Because we're currently operating at a very limited capacity due to COVID-19 regulations, we kindly request that you cancel your reservation at least 2 hours prior to the class start time if you're unable to make it. This allows us to let another student in to take your space, and helps our small business stay afloat during this time.
The first time you miss a class without cancelling, we'll send you a warning email reminding you about this policy. The second time it happens, you will be charged $20 (or you will forfeit that class from your class pack).
Please email Lydia with any questions about this policy. We appreciate your understanding!
No, we are an unheated yoga studio. Our space is equipped with a heating system for the winter months, and an AC system for hot summer days to keep the space at comfortable room temperature.
Though we do not add heat, some classes do get hot and sweaty (especially outdoors in the patio during the summer months), so drink plenty of water before and after class!
Yoga is meant to be healing, and never painful. If you feel your injury is exacerbated during a yoga class, it's best to rest and allow your body to heal up before coming back to the mat. If you do have minor injury, let your instructor know, and they will offer you a few pointers as to how you can safely modify your practice in order to keep your body safe.
Honor your body, and remember that no matter which class you take, if you feel that a specific pose or transition is hurting your body, you can always skip it.
Congratulations! We offer a prenatal yoga class Saturday mornings at 9:15am on our outdoor patio.
Generally speaking, if you had a regular yoga practice before your pregnancy, it's safe and healthy to continue. Certain modifications should be observed (such as avoiding deep twists and abstaining from Breath of Fire). We recommend speaking with the instructor before class begins, so they can suggest modifications for you.
Due to our limited in-person schedule at this time (and limited class capacity), the majority of our classes fill up. We recommend signing up online in advance to secure your spot!
Early weekday mornings (6:45am) classes tend to be a bit quieter at our studio. These classes are great if you are looking for some more one on one guidance from your instructor. Or, try our virtual classes and practice from the comfort of your own home!
Students under 16 years of age may attend classes when a parent or guardian is in attendance for the same class. We require that parent/child couples set up in the back row of the classroom and practice next to each other. The child is the parent's responsibility and we ask the parent's judgement to only bring a child to class that is able to follow instruction and remain focused for the duration of class (60 or 75 minutes).
Minors may not sit in the reception area while the parent/guardian takes a class. The front desk staff are not authorized to supervise children.
Please don't. No animals are allowed in the yoga studio. Exception may be given to service animals with proper paperwork trained to help a specific individual with a disability with services such as fetching dropped items, minimal protection work, rescue work or pulling a wheelchair.
Have a question about anything we didn't cover here? Email Lydia and she'll be happy to help.