Information for New Students - Read Before Coming to Class!
Be On Time!

For your safety and security, and to prevent class disruptions, teachers lock the front door when class begins. Don't be late. Turn off your cell phone.  Remove shoes on entering the studio. Leave your shoes on the shoe rack or in the cubbies in the dressing rooms. Some of our students have a sensitivity or allergy to perfumes and we ask students not to wear scents to class.  

What to Wear

Wear exercise clothing such as T-shirts, shorts and stretchy pants that allow freedom of movement.  Do not wear jeans, street clothes, bulky clothes, revealing or see-thru clothes. Yoga is practiced in bare feet - no panty hose, and remember to remove your socks. 

What to Bring

Bring a yoga mat or rent one at the studio for $1. Do not bring other kinds of exercise mats because they will not work for yoga. We sell all kinds of mats starting at $21.98. You can also buy yoga mats at many large department stores or sporting goods stores.

Do Not Bring
  • Any kind of glass or breakable bottle or container.
  • Food, drinks or chewing gum.
  • Any kind of valuables or jewelry. Lock your purse or wallet in the trunk of your car. Do not leave items of value in the dressing rooms.
  • Yoga East is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
  • Water in non-breakable, non-spillable bottles is allowed in classes. All studios sell water for $1. Please recycle your bottles.  
Phone Us at (502) 585-9642 if You Need Help.
Holiday Manor Studio - Hatha Class
New to Yoga? Recommended Classes.
 New to Yoga? Quick Glance at Types of Classes
  • $5 Community Classes teach basic yoga postures for all levels of people. These classes are taught by interns or volunteers. 
  • Gentle Yoga: classes are relaxing and less physically demanding than other classes, easy on the wrists, knees, back and hips. Teachers instruct in how to use props and give adaptations for students with movement restrictions.
  • Hatha Yoga: teaches yoga postures with correct alignment, form and breathing. Recommended for students in good general health even if you have never done yoga.
  • Yoga Flow: is for athletic students in good condition who enjoy moving from one posture to another incorporating the breath and movement, sometimes with music. 
  • Ashtanga Yoga: is a challenging class with sun salutations and 48 postures thatinclude arm balances, backbends, shoulder-stand and headstand. If you have *limitations, attend Hatha classes or call Laura Spaulding about Mysore-Style Ashtanga classes. Beginning Ashtanga teaches the first 24 postures of the Ashtanga sequence with props and adaptations.
  • Mysore-Style Ashtanga is adapted for the needs of each student whether you are extremely limited in your practice or advanced. All levels practice in the same room with individual attention and instruction. You must have a Mysore membership to attend. No drop-ins are allowed.
  • Regular attendance is more important than any level of ability.
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Go to class 15-20 minutes early.

Groupon & Living Social Vouchers
Redeemed Only at Class!
We Accept Groupons.
Only for new students - One per customer.
You cannot use more than one Groupon.
You cannot redeem a Groupon online or by phone.
Take it to your first class to redeem it.
Read your voucher for the expiration date and
other rules that apply to your purchase. 

You must use your 10 classes within the date on your voucher. These offers are only for new students and cannot be repeated.  If you cannot use a voucher you have purchased, go to the website where you purchased it for a refund or phone Groupon customer service at (888) 664-4482.
You must redeem your voucher at your first class. You cannot redeem online.