Frequently Asked Questions
Female Ascetics (Yoginis). India, Rajasthan, Bikaner, circa 1730-1740
Opaque watercolor on paper. Los Angeles Museum of Art.
What is yoga?
Yoga is more than just a series of poses.
It allows people to let go of the ego and competition as they connect with their breath, aligning the mind and body. The practice has been around since 400 BC ~ and now neuropsychological and medical research is proving its health benefits.
What should I wear?
Comfortable clothing that allows for sitting on the floor, although a chair may be used. Yoga is practiced barefoot.
Do you supply mats?
Yes. We also have blocks, straps, blankets and bolsters for any support you might need – free of charge!
I’m not flexible. How can I start?
Anyone can start a yoga practice, but it is recommended that it is done with a trained and experienced teacher to prevent injury. The more frequently you practice, the more flexible you will become!
Are there men in classes?
Yes. Athletes, seniors, teens and couch potatoes will benefit from yoga.
How can I afford it?
Santosha Yoga is affordable, especially if it is thought of as health insurance. A 10 class pass equals $14 per class, and clients can come to any class on the schedule. Walk-ins are $20. Sign-up for a monthly membership and take classes for as low as $8.25 per class. In addition, you may share your pass.
Can my daughter
join me in a class?
We often have family members come together to classes. The class is geared toward adults, but we allow parents to make their best judgment based on their knowledge of their child. In addition, passes can be shared.