What to Expect

What we stand for...

We believe our movement should be equal parts fun, and intentional. That's what will lead us to a life of longevity within our movement. Movement is an opportunity to celebrate our bodies ability to move rather than punish it. We encourage all clients to move and live intuitively.


We've been committed to the health & safety of our community throughout this pandemic &  strictly follow the guidelines of the CDC and the mandates of the Governor. We are no longer requiring clients to wear masks while practicing in our studio. While masks will not be required for those who are fully vaccinated, we strongly encourage folks who have not been vaccinated to continue wearing masks.

Class size is still limited and floors are marked for mat placement to ensure safe distancing between each person.

What should I bring to class?

Please plan to bring a yoga mat, water, towel, and optional weights to class. Signature and YoBa classes recommend sneakers for the first portion of class. We have bottled Essentia water and C2O coconut water for sale. We have mats to rent for $2 and complimentary hand towels for you in case you forget. 

What is the studio etiquette like?

Our studio is all about community. We want you to feel welcome, meet new people, and chat with friends. During class times, we ask that talking is kept to a minimum. Please remember to check-in at the front desk, leave cell phones in the lobby, and take shoes off before entering the studio. If you cannot attend a class you signed up for, and do not cancel within 6 hours before the class begins, it will result in loss of the class drop-in or a late fee. Please always reach out with questions!

What should I wear to class?

All of our classes involve movement of your entire body, so please plan to wear clothing that you are comfortable moving in. Be mindful that most classes are heated, so be prepared to sweat! Students are typically barefoot during yoga and barre classes. Our Signature and YoBa classes highly encourage sneakers for the first part of class.

What type of heat does YoBa Studio offer?

Come feel the difference with our Heating Green (FAR Infrared heating system). What makes infrared radiant heating feel so different than traditional forced air systems is the way the heat is distributed. Forced air can make your yoga feel stuffy and leave you feeling dried out, a session with infrared heat feels clean and invigorating. Because heat is distributed directly, infrared radiant heating panels do not blow air and heat silently, creating a superior hot yoga experience. We do offer non-heated classes for those who prefer to practice without heat. Please see our class descriptions for more information which classes are heated, and to what temperature. 

I'm new, what class should I take?

All levels are welcome in any of our classes. Whether you are brand new to yoga and/or barre or have been practicing for years, you belong here! We believe that any movement is good movement. Our instructors are trained to understand proper anatomical movement and will set you up for success through alignment-based cues. We also periodically offer a Yoga and/or Barre Fundamentals class that includes one-on-one instructions and a breakdown of poses and positions. Our instructors are always willing to work with you individually before or after class to help this movement better serve your body. We are here for you!

Are children allowed?

Children 12 years and older are welcome to attend and participate in classes while accompanied by an adult parent or guardian. Thank you for understanding that we are looking to keep everyone safe!