Choosing a Class
When you are ready to start a Yoga practice, there are few things to consider ensuring you are signing up for the class that best suits your reasons for wanting to practice Yoga. Each of us come to the practice for a unique reason and we want to get you to the right class to fulfill your needs.
Style of Yoga: First you need to decide what style of Yoga (or Tradition) sounds appealing to you. Another word for Style is Tradition. Each offer a variety of benefits, so we suggest you read more on our Class Descriptions page. We want you to choose the Yoga that best addresses YOU!. If you're unsure on which Yoga class to take, please contact us so we can help you decide!
Level of Yoga: Whether you are new to Yoga or you have been practicing for a number of years, we have a class that's right for you. Our dedicated and experienced instructors have the confidence and patience to make sure you get the most out of your Yoga experience. View more about the various levels of Yoga below.
Specialized Classes: At the Center for Yoga, we realize that everyone is different and that you may feel more comfortable practicing Yoga with people like yourself. We have several classes tailored to suit you. Those classes are unique and wonderful!
Instructor: All of our instructors have many years of experience teaching Yoga to people from a myriad of different backgrounds. If you are new to Yoga, choose a class that best suits your schedule first. All our instructors will give you the best possible Yoga experience. Visit our instructors page here.
Rates: Rates vary depending on the type and level of class you are taking and whether you are dropping into a class, paying for a class in advance, or buying a punchcard. Please refer to the class schedule at the Yoga center you are visiting or see other information about our rates here.
Levels are intended to help students find the class best suited to their overall current physical and mental state. Levels help define the non-therapy type classes that are general in nature addressing the whole practice of Yoga through the Asana (posture) practice. Students often spend years in the Level 1 and 2 classes because the practice of Yoga is more about deepening your understanding and practicing with confidence rather than accomplishing more. Mobility and stability and understanding the practice grows gradually, but unmistakably, with consistent practice.