Beginning Yoga?

अथ योगानुशासनम्

atha yoga-anuśāsanam

Yoga Sutra 1.1

And so now, harmony with yourself through the experience of yoga begins.

Where to begin

Mantra Yoga offers many options for those who are starting out for the first time, restarting or seeking to revisit the basic’s.

Just Beginners

Teaches the basic’s of yoga postures, alignment and breath. This class allows for an unhurried approach with emphasis on proper alignment, breathing techniques and use of props to allow you to safely explore your individual range of motion.

Basic’s Mantra

Basic’s Mantra welcomes those who have an understanding of the postures and want to introduce Vinyasa flow and refined transitions. This beginners class continues the exploration of alignment with basic postures and smooth transitions.


YinYasa is a grounding floor based practice. It’s slower pace allows for deep exploration of the postures while remaining accessible for those new to a yoga practice. YinYasa focuses on increasing flexibility, core strength, overall balanced energy throughout and finishes beautifully with a refreshing extended meditation.


Our restorative practices are perfect for beginners and those working with injury. These supportive practices introduce props to position your body in the asana allowing energetic blockages to clear. Floor based restorative practices will hold postures for extended periods and will focus on 4-5 postures through the practice.


Our yin practices are designed to increase flexibility and range of motion. Longer held static postures lengthen connective tissue and fascia and compress joints to stimulate lubrication and easy of movement. These practices are suitable for beginners, athlete and anyone who wants to increase their range of motion and flexibility.


Parking: Parking is available on street and in local public parking lots.

Do I need to register for class: No. Simply arrive 10 – 15 minutes before class begins to sign into class at our front desk.

Please arrive to class 10 minutes early, leaving enough time for parking and check in prior to class start time.

What if I’m late?

We understand that delays happen, however for the security of our clients and their  personal belonging we lock the studio door once class begins.

Is this HOT Yoga? No. Hot Yoga is typically practiced in a 100° room. Mantra Yoga is a warm studio. All of our classes are gently warmed for comfort up to 75°- 80°. In the summer months we cool the studio to 85°. You will sweat: not because the room is hot but rather due to your natural internal fire.
What should I wear? Wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely. Breathable, moisture wicking material is most comfortable. Avoid clothing that is too loose or too tight.
It’s best to bring your own yoga mat, but if you don’t have one you can borrow one of ours.

You may bring your own sports bottle and fill it at our water filtration system. We do not sell water in plastic bottles, however if you require a bottle we have glass water bottles for sale in studio.

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