Whether you are attending your first yoga class or are a seasoned practitioner who is new to SoulSpace, we’re here to assist you in maximizing your yoga experience!

Which class is appropriate for me?

We have created a diverse schedule in order to serve all practitioner levels. Read our class descriptions to determine the classes most appropriate for you. You will find the SoulSpace staff to be friendly, knowledgeable and always eager to be of service. Feel free to contact us at any time.

What should I bring?

Please bring your yoga mat. If you don’t have one, we are happy to provide you with a Manduka mat and a Manduka mat towel “on the house” for your first visit. These items can be rented for a small fee on subsequent visits. In our efforts to be an environmentally-friendly studio, you will not find plastic bottled water for sale at SoulSpace. Please bring your favorite water bottle with you so we can keep you hydrated with our complimentary filtered water dispenser.

What should I wear?

Wear clothing in which you can move and breathe freely. No need to buy a special outfit. Let your comfort and ease of movement be the determining factor in selecting what to wear. If you’re attending one of our more vigorous and/or higher-temperature classes, keep in mind that sweat-wicking fabrics may be your best friend. Also, while a little dab of perfume or cologne may freshen you up after class, please refrain from wearing scents during practice.

What if I am pregnant?

Congratulations! All of our instructors are trained in empowering pregnant women to modify poses in class. You will be well taken care of!

What if I have an injury?

Please feel comfortable approaching your teacher before class if there is something about your body of which they should be aware. You can also call or email if you’d like to talk to someone in private before your arrival.

Keep in mind that your time spent in yoga is sacred. It can often be the only time during the week that you get to spend nurturing yourself. If any pose in class does not feel good, we encourage you to skip it or modify it to suit your needs in that moment. Our teachers are there as your loving guides to empower you and keep you safe; however, you know your body best. To enjoy yoga as a practice for life is to allow it to meet you where you are in each moment. This is YOUR practice! We hope to inspire you to love every minute of it.