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Welcome to the Kaya Remedy Yoga Studio- we are so glad you’ve decided to try us out! This is a non-competitive environment which encourages personal focus on your own body and individual progress on the mat. Everyone can practice, and no two practices are ever the same. We offer classes that accommodate all levels of ability, if you're new to yoga we recommend our Yoga 101 classes. Just come in, relax, and enjoy sharing the warm energy of our yogi family!

YOGA 101

If you have never done yoga before, then this is a great place for you to start. Each class will explore yoga in a fun, safe, comfortable, and judgement-free environment. The format is open, so students are encouraged to ask questions as the class moves through different yoga poses, meditation, and breathing techniques. The hope of this series is to prepare new students to take Open Level or Level 1 classes with confidence, body awareness, and familiarity with prop use and Sanskrit terminology.

Check out our schedule to see current Yoga 101 class times.


  • Arrive 10-15 minutes early – especially if you are new to the studio, or teacher. It’s very important to be on time for class. This gives you plenty of time to check in with the front desk, grab whatever props are needed, and inform your teacher if you have injuries.

  • If you do arrive late (and it happens) listen at the door BEFORE entering. It can be disruptive to enter during meditation. Wait to enter the practice room until you hear movement. If you do enter during centering, class opening, or meditation, enter silently. If you are more than 10 minutes late you may not be allowed to join class. This is for your safety; if you miss warm up injury can happen.

  • Turn your phone on DO NOT DISTURB. Putting your phone on silent does not silence the vibrations which are distracting and always occur during the quietest times.

  • Please leave your shoes and other personal belongings outside of the practice room in our cubbies or your car. Studios like to keep the space clear and clutter free to make space for a clear mind and movement without distractions.

  • Mind your smells, artificial or natural. Strong odors are distracting; please note odors and be mindful of others.

  • Wear loose fitting clothes that promote movement. Bring a water bottle and stay hydrated.

  • Follow the teacher’s directions and sequencing. Teachers spend hundreds of hours learning how to sequence safely and intelligently. When students go rogue, it is not only unsafe for all, but distracting to others.

  • Savasana is the most important and most potent pose. It is where the yoga benefits kick in. Let the teacher know if you need to leave early, and stop practicing in enough time to take your final rest. Please, please do not leave during savasana. It is very disruptive to those around you.

  • Have fun. Smile. Laugh. Enjoy your community, your class, and your yoga!

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