What do I need for class?

Yonder is a heated vinyasa studio, meaning that you will sweat and move a lot. Tight-fitting, moisture wicking clothing is recommended. Yonder rents YogiToes towels for those who need a little bit more stability on their sweaty mat, and complimentary mats and sweat towels are provided. While we don’t recommend that you drink a lot of water during your practice, show up hydrated and feel free to bring your own water bottle or purchase one from the front desk for breaks during class. Additionally, it is advised that you do not eat a large meal less than 2 hours before class starts.

What if I have never done yoga before?

No worries! We all have to start somewhere. We recommend signing up for our Yonder Flow or Foundations Flow for your first time as these classes will be more consistent and catered to all levels. Most importantly, yoga is a practice, so we advise that all yogis, new and seasoned, listen to their bodies and modify, take breaks, and rest as they need.

Do I need to sign up online before class?

Yes, it is always recommended that you reserve your spot for class either online or on our app before class, especially for popular, busier classes (early morning and evening classes).

What happens if I signed up but I can no longer make it to class?

We have a 4-hour cancellation policy. If you cancel a class within the 4-hour window and the class is full, you will be charged a $10 “late cancel fee”. You can late cancel your class online or the app or by calling the studio. If you do not show for a full class, you will be charged a $15 “no show fee”.

Do you have showers?

Yonder’s mission is to seamlessly fit into your day-to-day schedule, and we have full locker room amenities including showers, towels, bath products, and hair dryers. Additionally, we provide personal key-code lockers in case you have any valuables you want locked up during class time.

What if I have an injury?

If you have any injury, new or old, please let your instructor know before class. If it is an injury that requires modifications to your practice, the instructor will work with you before and during class to ensure you are safe. Additionally, if you do not want to receive hands-on assists due to an injury, let your instructor or front desk know before class.

Is it safe to practice yoga if I am pregnant?

While we don’t suggest starting a yoga practice during pregnancy, if you are continuing your yoga practice, yoga is very safe with appropriate modifications. If you are pregnant, talk to your instructor before class so he or she can provide you with modified poses and tips.

How hot is “hot”?

Our studio environment is carefully controlled by radiant heat panels and HVAC to maximize your experience. Classes are between 90-93 degrees Fahrenheit and up to 60% humidity.