Not sure about what to expect on your first visit to
The Saint Paul Yoga Center?
Before you go
Check our yoga classes page for more information on what level yoga class will fit you best as a new student, and what to expect. Because all our teachers are independent, classes of the same level, the class may feel very different with a different teacher, so you can also take a peek at our yoga teachers page and our schedule to get an even better idea of what each class is like.
Register online to reserve your class spot, or just show up. Drop-ins are always welcome!
Consider any concerns of which your teacher would need to be aware. Please advise your teacher before class if you have on-going or temporary health problems. For example are pregnant, or are menstruating. Alternative poses or sequences may be suggested.
What to wear
Most students wear a t-shirt or leotard, and footless tights/leggings or running shorts. Long, baggy pants are not recommended because the teacher needs to see how students’ legs are working.
What to bring
Please bring your own mat. (Mats are available at the studio if you forget yours or don’t have one.)
Both of our studios have plenty of props for each class, but you are welcome to bring your own props if you prefer. We have an abundance of blankets, blocks, straps, bolsters, and eye pillows and wraps — as well as a few other goodies for backbends, headstands and more.
Please see our pricing page for more info. If you’ve never taken a class at the Saint Paul Yoga Center before and you’re a local resident, your first class is free!