New To Kula


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Brand new to vinyasa? Take 1 month to experience all we offer for the price of three drop-in classes ($50). If you’re happy with what you discover in your first month, continue practicing with one of our many pricing options. If you need any assistance, we are here to help.

Should You Eat First?

Yoga is best practiced on an empty stomach. Wait 3 hours after a large meal, 2 hours after a snack if possible.

Arrive A Few Minutes Early

Allow time to sign in and get set up. Please sign the sign-in sheet legibly and pay if needed. We accept all forms of payment.

What To Wear

Wear breathable clothing that you can move and sweat in. T-shirt, shorts, yoga clothes, bare feet. Bring a towel for your mat and a hand towel for your body. It’s HOT.
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Be Kind To Yourself

Go at your own pace, make modifications wherever needed and remember it’s a journey, not a race or competition. Please let the teacher know if you want adjustments, need assistance or have anything to discuss prior to class.

Health Concerns?

Please let your teacher know if you have any injuries, health concerns, if you are pregnant or have had any recent surgeries. If you are sick and contagious, please refrain from coming to class.

What To Bring

It is best to bring your own mat for hygienic reasons as well as to build a personal connection to your yoga practice, but we rent mats for $1. We also sell mats ($20-$100).

Be Present

If you need to leave class early, please let the teacher know before class. Savasana (final relaxation pose) is a practice in itself, and we encourage you to stay through it ( is 5-10 minutes really going to set you back that much?), and the results are far greater than the 5 minutes rushing elsewhere. If you must leave, please leave before savasana to not disturb others.