New To Yoga?

1

Decide which class you’d like to do.

Our Schedule is posted here.
Descriptions of all our classes are here.
You can meet all our teachers here.

2

Choose your pass.

We have a New Yogi Special for people new to our studio! 1 Month of Yoga for $59.99. The New Yogi Special can only be purchase at Joy and Vitality Centre. Check out our online store to see all our other package options

3

Arrive at least 15 mins before class starts.

This will give you plenty of time to fill out the registration form, look around the centre and settle into class.

What to bring:

  • Yoga mat
  • Water bottle

What to Wear:

  • comfortable clothing you can move and stretch in
  • shoes and socks are not worn in class

What not to bring:

  • keys
  • cell phones
  • Apple watches
  • bags are not allowed in the yoga room

Other important tips:

  • We have a change room and lockers for your convenience. Please leave valuables in your vehicle rather than bringing them with you. Please arrive 15 minutes before class starts. Late students will not be admitted.
  • Out of respect for your fellow students, maintain silence in the Yoga Room please. Please remain silent or speak in whispers when waiting in the hallways and reception areas prior to class.
  • In the yoga room, please align the top-centre of your mat with the circular stickers on the floor. This ensures everyone will have enough space to practice comfortably.

Frequently Asked Questions

I’ve never done yoga before! Can I still come to class?

Yes! Our classes are suitable for every level. Our amazing teachers will be happy to answer any questions or suggest modifications for you.

I have an injury. Can I still come to class?

Yes. Please let your instructor know about any injuries you may have so they can suggest posture modifications if necessary. A regular yoga practice will help you heal and strengthen your body more quickly.

I can’t even touch my toes! Can I still come to class?

Absolutely! You don’t have to be flexible to do yoga! Come to class and only do as much as you are able. Flexibility is just one small aspect of yoga. And if you come regularly, you’ll be touching your toes in no time.

I’m Overweight. Can I Still Do Yoga?

Definitely. Yoga can be adapted to anyone, no matter what size and ability level. Be patient with yourself and give yourself permission to sit out of poses if you feel you’re not ready. All that matters is you doing what your body allows – and you will reap the benefits!