Yes! First set up an account as per above.
- Select a single class pass.
- If you’re new to YYC you can purchase a 3 week pass with unlimited attendance
- If you’re new to yoga, get a 7 day free trial by taking out the Introductory level membership
Refer to our Classes page for information on each level. If you are still unsure about which level to attend, we recommend you attend the less experienced level- there is always something to learn! Then discuss your options with your teacher after class. Alternatively, you can call to discuss.
Wear loose comfortable clothing you can move easily in. We supply all the mats and props for use in introductory level classes, but you can bring your own. We have change rooms and storage areas for your shoes and belongings outside the studio. Drink water after class. Do not eat a large meal up to 3-4 hours before class.
If you have made a booking but can’t make it to a class, please call the studio or cancel on our automated booking system so that another student may have the opportunity to take your place, especially when numbers are restricted for in studio classes.
It’s best if you can attend regularly but if your work or family life make it difficult to attend a weekly class, consider a ten class pass, valid for 3 months.
Our year is structured around four 10 week terms in line with school year. During the 2 week term breaks we offer a slightly modified time table including early morning intensives
Studio doors will open 15 minutes before classes start so you may arrive early and set up your mat. Please turn off your mobile phones and speak softly in the studios.
Those attending on-line classes via zoom from home, please ensure your screen is positioned so your mat is visible to the teacher, video is on and audio off. Please do not arrive late or leave early.
We have some printed practice sequences you can use at home as a guide. Also, a library of recorded classes are available for viewing through internet at home. Iyogaprops has a range of books, dvd’s and props for sale.
Yoga can be practiced any time anywhere, though preferably out of direct sunlight and not after a big meal. In class we use a number of props to make poses more accessible but if you haven’t got equipment at home; a non slip surface, a folded blanket or 2, a belt and a block the size of a brick would be helpful.