Class cards, Groupons and Living Socials have expiration dates and must be used by the expiration date.
We do not grant extensions, credit or refunds for missed or unused classes.
Like any form of fitness, the most benefits of yoga are obtained by regular class attendance.
5 class card 2 months - 10 class cards of all kinds 4 months - 20 class card 6 months.
|Single Class Drop-In||$15 (drop-in not allowed to Mysore classes)|
|Student Rate (in-store only)||$10 (full time students age 13-24 with valid, current student ID)|
|Child 6-12 (in-store only)||$5 (ages 6-12 with parent or guardian)|
|Mat Rental (in-store only)||$1 (Our studios also sell inexpensive, quality mats. We have found that many students who buy the el-cheapo mats at chain stores are not satisfied with the quality and throw them away. Our mats start at $21.98 and these are the mats we use ourselves.)|
|5 Class Series||$70 (2 month expiration)|
|10 Class Series||$125 (4 month expiration)|
|20 Class Series||$220 (6 month expiration)|
|Note the expiration date on class cards. We will not give extensions. Make sure you can use your card before you make your purchase. Like any form of exercise, the most benefits are obtained from a regular practice of yoga. Regular attendance is more important than any level of ability.|
Regular Membership applies to all classes except Mysore-Style Ashtanga, which has a separate membership structure.
Mysore Membership is required for all students who want to attend Mysore-Style Ashtanga Yoga at the Highlands studio. Mysore membership also covers all other classes at all locations. Members get a 15% discount on workshops and store items.
Go to our Ashtanga Page for more information and other Mysore membership options.
Yoga East Members get a 10% discount on workshops and store items.
|Class||Our Studio||Your Location|
|Introductory Class, or Yoga Demonstration (1 Hour)||$75||$150|
|Series of 8 Classes||$450||$600|
|Office Yoga 1 hour||--||$75|
|We can provide specialty classes for back care, prenatal yoga, stress reduction, yoga for the elderly, MS Yoga, meditation and more. Contact Laura Spaulding at 502-585-9642 for more information.|
|Corporate Rates||12 Month Recurring Debit|
|For groups of 8 or more employees||$72 (10% discount)*|
|*Not applicable to Mysore-style classes|
Intro Offers are for new Yoga East students only. These special offers are only for students who have never used a previous intro membership including Groupon, Living Social, or any other kind of intro membership.
Intros Offers do not apply to Mysore-style classes. See our Mysore Ashtanga Page for more information about these special classes.
NO REFUNDS, exchanges, credits, pauses or extensions for vacation, illness or any other reason. Make sure you can fully use the membership before you purchase it!
|Click here to view and purchase the option.|
|10 Classes (4 month expiration)||$45|
|2 months unlimited||$99|
|3 months unlimited||$149|
No refunds will be given. Make sure you can use your class option before you make your purchase. We will not grant extensions or pauses for any reason. Students with serious medical conditions attend yoga classes every day. There are very few medical reasons to stop attending classes.
A $50 fee will be charged for returned checks.
As you begin your yoga program, especially if you have not been regularly exercising, you may experience some mild aches or muscle soreness. As yoga returns your body to a healthier postural alignment, muscles are being stretched in unaccustomed ways. Most aches disappear in a few days. Be patient with your body and be persistent with your practice. It is essential to keep practicing and to regularly attend class. You will notice improvement in strength, endurance, muscle tone, and overall fitness level, and a reduction of stress and tension. Take full advantage of your class membership and you will love the results!
• Inform your teacher of any medical condition.
• Listen carefully to the teacher’s instructions.
• Pay attention to your body and never force or strain in a pose!
• If you feel pain or discomfort in a pose, stop! Ask the teacher for help.
• Never hold a pose for so long that you cannot come out safely.
• In difficult poses, ask for the teacher’s assistance and go slowly.
• Don’t do any balancing pose if you think you might fall. Use the wall if necessary.
• Be responsible for your body and your practice.
• If you have a lower back condition, bend your knees in forward bends to keep strain off your back. Don’t try to go deeply into forward bending poses.
• Yoga is not competitive. Don’t compare yourself to others.
• Be patient. Work slowly and carefully to obtain the best results.
• Please be on time to class and tell the teacher if you need to leave early.