New To Yoga?

Get 2 weeks of unlimited yoga classes for $35,

1 month unlimited for $65 or 5-classes for $55

Yoga For Everyone

Find the type of yoga that is right for you at The Little Yoga Studio.

You don’t need to be flexible or experienced to practice with us. ​
If you are new to yoga try Yoga Basics 9:30am on Sundays, or Focused Alignment at 9:00am on Tuesdays & 9:30am on Fridays.

If you’re looking for a relaxing, calming class with seated poses and gentle stretching try Restorative Yoga, Deep Stretch, or Hatha & Deep Rest.

You don’t need to register or sign up online before taking a yoga class, but we recommend downloading the Mindbody App to easily sign up for and purchase classes, or click here to purchase classes before arriving. If it’s your first time, please show up 10-15 minutes early so we can help you sign in and purchase a drop-in or class package.

Interested in starting with private lessons?

Get 3 private lessons followed by 2 weeks of unlimited yoga classes for $300

View Class Schedule

Helpful Tips

  • Arrive Early: Allow enough time to find parking and sign in. Feel free to introduce yourself to the instructor.
  • Bring a Yoga Mat: If you do not own a mat we do have mats to rent for $2. We also sell a variety of mats at different prices, and offer discounts to new students and memberships
  • Personal Items: We provide cubbies for your belongings. Please remove shoes at the door and turn off any electronics before class. Consider removing large jewelry that may distract your practice.
  • Clothing: Wear comfortable clothing that allows for movement. Please note that we practice in a room that is not heated but not all classes are practiced with air conditioning.
  • Water: Bring a water bottle or $1 to purchase one.
  • Towel: Please bring a small towel. We do not supply towels but do sell them.
  • Props: We provide blocks, blankets, straps, and bolsters. Please gather these before class begins. If, however, you do need to grab one mid-class, no worries!
  • Questions: Ask questions and share with the teacher any injuries that you feel they should know about.