Our studio generally stays between 73-78 degrees, so dress according to your personal needs & comfort.
Wear simple, breathable clothing that does not limit your range of motion. For some that may mean leggings, a sports bra and a top, for others athletic shorts and a shirt may be the better route.
No shoes are allowed on the yoga space (where the mats begin) and we don't recommend wearing any socks during practice.
Please arrive roughly 10-15 minutes early for your first visit. This will allow enough time for registration and a brief orientation or questions before class begins.
Please check in at the front desk or with your instructor for every class.
Doors open 15 minutes prior to the class start time. Please be respectful of students currently in practice while you wait for your class to begin.
Unfortunately, we cannot accept late entry and the studio door will close at the start of class so please be aware of this policy and plan accordingly.
We are a cash-free studio and only accept debit/credit purchases either online or in-studio.
There is a class for everyone here at Yoga Central! Please take a look at our class descriptions and our online class schedule to see our current offerings.
If you are new to yoga asana, we recommend starting with one of our Mellow Flow classes.
We do not offer childcare at Yoga Central nor can we allow any unsupervised minors to wait in the studio during classes.
That depends. It's important to check with your doctor or physical therapist before assuming yoga will help an injury. While yoga can assist in recovery for some, its effectiveness depends on the injury's details and severity. Share your situation with your teacher for necessary class modifications. Remember, while yoga can be supportive, your physician's advice and your instincts should guide you first when dealing with an injury.
Just yourself & anything that supports your practice. We provide mats and have a wide selection of yoga props for communal use: yoga blocks, straps, bolsters and blankets. You are always welcome to bring your own as well if you prefer. If you know you tend to be on the sweatier side please bring a sufficient yoga towel to help with any slipping or you can rent one of ours for $2.
We also have a bottle refilling station or bottled water for purchase.
We are a neighborhood studio which holds up to 35 students depending on the class. Our teachers typically offer hands-on adjustments & assists during class, however we always have consent cards available for you to place near your mat to let the teacher know should you prefer not to receive any physical touch or adjustments at all during class.
Our evening and weekend classes tend to have the largest crowds so we encourage you to attend the 7am, 9:30am, and 11:30am classes if you prefer a smaller class size and more personal space in your practice.
Parking is free in the parking lot attached to our studio and on most of the surrounding streets near the studio. Please be mindful of any street signs or permit restrictions and please do not park in front of the yellow poles in front of the studio door.
Signing up for class is quick, simple, and makes showing up to practice an easy seamless process. You can check the schedule online and register or purchase any classes/memberships online beforehand. This will ensure your space in class is held as some of our classes can fill up quickly. If a class is full we add a waitlist where spots may be come available if there are no-show students but we cannot make any guarantees.
All of our classes have capacity caps in place so each student can have the best possible experience. All Flow (Vinyasa), Mellow Flow, Buti and Sculpt classes are capped at 35 students, Yin/Restorative classes at 25 students.
By booking online, your space is reserved until 2 minutes before class begins, if you are not present and checked in by the 2 minute mark, your space will be given to a waitlist student.
That depends. What did your provider say? The warmth in our classes (between 73-78 degrees) is suitable for pregnancy and is within the general guidelines even for 1st trimester women when body temperature is the most crucial. While more & more providers are recommending women do yoga during pregnancy (which is great!), the general rule of thumb is not to start anything brand new during pregnancy.
If you've had a steady practice before pregnancy, likely you'll be able to enjoy continuing your practice throughout - but if you've never stepped on a yoga mat before, now may not be the best time to jump into a vigorous vinyasa class. We'd recommend you integrate yoga into your pregnancy with our Prenatal Yoga class that occurs on Sunday afternoons at 4pm or if you have a consistent practice, our Mellow Flow or even Flow class may be attainable.
If you have any questions regarding yoga during your pregnancy please reach out to our teacher Sam Applebee who specializes in prenatal yoga.
Of course! Working one-on-one is a great way to delve into the unique needs of your practice with a teacher. Please reach out and email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a private or small group yoga session.
Rates vary by teacher & group size.