Certified yoga instructors lead nine types of classes seven days a week, including Vinyasa, Ashtanga, and gentle varieties
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- $24 for 12 yoga classes (a $160 value)
- $59 for two months of unlimited yoga classes (a $240 value)
Certified yoga instructors lead a weekly schedule of classes that cater to students of all experience levels, including a Gentle Yoga class designed for beginners looking to master the basic postures in a noncompetitive atmosphere. Core Energy classes bolster and tone postural muscles, and vigorous Ashtanga classes utilize sun salutations to increase strength, endurance, and the chance for year-round summer. During Candlelight yoga, soothing music and healing stretches soothe agitated bodies and minds.
Yoga Now feels as much like a spa as it does a yoga studio. Plush couches and wooden shelves stacked with rolled-up mats greet guests in the lobby, giving a foretaste of the serene inner spaces. Classes take place in windowed rooms that look out onto verdant foliage and flowering trees, and secluded enclaves lined with hardwood floors set the tone for soothing candlelit sessions.
This is all in keeping with the studio's mission of inclusion and comfort. Everyone, from seasoned yogis to beginning students to clients recovering from injuries, finds a place at the table. Its diverse collection of nine class styles includes gentle introductory classes as well as innovative advanced courses. Each class is conducted by the studio's staff of Yoga Alliance–certified instructors and held beneath the soft lanterns of the private studio. After class, clients can relax in the homey lobby with complimentary cups of ginger tea and herbal tonics, peruse yoga gear in the onsite boutique, or help fellow pupils to fold mats back into origami swans.