Frequently asked questions

The exact history of Yoga is unknown, but it is thought to date back at least 5,000 years with some researchers believing it to date back 10,000 years or more. Yoga refers to the traditional physical and mental disciplines, and the sum total of all activities: mental, physical and spiritual.
During the pandemic, you may register online.
As a new student you get some special pricing and in order to qualify you must contact the studio to purchase your first time package. You may also just purchase drop-in passes online.
Once you have been registered and purchased a class card you may sign-up online to any class you desire.
Yes we do!
You may purchase a #Gift #Card for any amount or if you prefer, for a specific number of classes card.
Purchase a Gift Card online at our #SaKula #Yoga #Studio MindBody site (click here to access our Class/Gift Card purchasing page) or at our studio if that is more convenient.
Clothing for a yoga class should be non-restrictive. Something that you can move in, such as light sweat pants and T-shirt would be fine.
If you are a new student, we will supply all the props that are needed, yoga mat, bolsters, blocks, etc., however, it is strongly encouraged that if you have your own yoga mat, to bring it with you.
During the pandemic you must use your own equipment. When yoga in the park or at pop-up locations is offered, you must bring your own equipment.
Yes, in fact, yoga is known to help those who have limited mobility to become more flexible through the stretching and strengthening of your muscles.
There is usually time necessary to sign in and set up, so you should
arrive at least 10 minutes before the class is scheduled to begin.
On the contrary. The practice of yoga is said to be a way of life, and can aid anyone seeking improvement physically, mentally and spiritually regardless of Religious Beliefs.
No, it is a personal decision as to whether one eats meat products or not, and being a vegetarian or vegan is not something that will be imposed upon you.
As with any physical movement, the more often, the better results you will see. Even if it’s only once a week, you should notice a more positive physical and mental well-being, therefore you may find yourself increasing your yoga practice as time goes by.
Due to the pandemic we are conducting online virtual live and pre-recorded classes only.
Weather permitting, we have outdoor pop-up yoga events in the park. Please check our workshops and events online schedule for details about these activities.
Events at the park depend on authorization from the park administrators and all social distancing and precautions (masks must be worn when in a crowd) must be followed.
Please bring your own mat, mask and sanitizer.
Yoga is recommended for all individuals regardless of their physical limitations, body types, gender, religion, etc…

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