Welcome to Create Yoga
Read on to learn:
how yoga will benefit you | how to get started | what to bring + expect in class
It’s no secret we love yoga.
At Create Yoga, our goal is to provide the most thorough teaching in the Greater LA Area in a variety of styles that support each individual and their goals.We believe yoga is truly for everyone; all ages, all body types and all strength and flexibility levels. Whether you’re injured, skeptical or eager; not a spiritual person, a work-out enthused gym rat, a meditation lover, a professional athlete or just looking for something to help you let go of physical and mental stress: yoga is more than just a physical practice, the benefits follow us off the mat into our lives.
Yoga has shown tremendous benefits for people seeking physical fitness, as well as those looking for a more therapeutic and relaxation oriented practice for chronic ailments and injuries. Yoga also promotes mental clarity and an overall sense of well-being that can reduce stress, anxiety and depression.
What makes Create Yoga great for beginners?
- A variety of beginner and all levels classes, throughout the week.
- FREE personal consultations to help you pick the best classes for your individual needs + goals.
- Our team of knowledgable teachers that safely + supportively teach to all levels of students!
- Great new student offers: $30 for 30 Days Unlimites + 2 Months for $75 Unlimited.
- 35+ classes (morning and evening) weekly to fit any schedule.
- Multiple styles so you can try out different classes and see what works for you!
We are excited to help you get started on your yoga journey!
Contact us at email@example.com for your FREE consultation + support choosing the right classes for you.
How to get started:
2: Create Your Yoga
CREATE YOUR Yoga
Check out our class descriptions to learn about your options. Each class is also assigned an experience of Sweat Level 1 through 3. Any class labeled with a 1 is appropriate for beginners and those new to yoga. Sweat Level 2 classes are great to attend after you are comfortable in a Sweat Level 1 class; and are taught for all levels, giving variations for both beginners and advanced students. Classes like Restorative Yoga and Candlelit Meditation are also great for beginners; some workshops can help to build your practice, too. Check our upcoming workshop schedule here.
3: Commit to Your Practice
COMMIT TO YOUR PRACTICE
Coming to class 2-3 times per week is a great way to create a habit. You’ll generally begin to see improvements to your body and mental state right away. The more you come, the more you will advance and experience. We have several class pack and membership options designed to meet everyone’s commitment level, budget + schedule. Check the rates out here.
What do I need to bring?
-Your mat (OR use one of ours for your first time, free. Rent a mat for $1, anytime).
-A towel (OR we’ve got those for free, in-studio).
-A bottle for water (you can fill it up at our alkaline station. OR purchase a bottle for $1, anytime).
-YOU + your will to try new things!
What should I wear?
Wear comfortable clothing that allows for full range of motion.
How early should I arrive?
We suggest you arrive 10-15 minutes before class starts so you can sign our waiver, learn about the space, settle in and prepare yourself to be present for your practice. Late entries beyond 5 minutes are not permitted as it is disruptive to the teacher and other students.
How often should I practice yoga?
Yoga is a lifestyle that can be enjoyed every day on and off the mat: whether attending class, having a home practice or setting aside time for meditation. Committing to attend class 2-3 times per week will typically allow you to see improvements. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a FREE consultation to help set a schedule that will build you towards your goals. Find what works with your lifestyle, schedule and personal goals and commit to YOU.
What does the sign in process work like?
When you arrive at our studio there will be person at our desk to greet you. Please check in with your first and last name, before class; and make any payments necessary. If it is your first time set aside additional time to sign a waiver and tour the space. Registering for class online is a great way to expedite the sign-in process and reserve your spot in our more popular classes.
What do I do if I have an injury?
Practicing certain styles of yoga is a great therapy method for many injuries. Our teachers are knowledgeable and experienced at working with many different injuries. Every time you take class with a new teacher, be sure to inform them of any specific needs or injuries your are working through. During class they will likely offer modifications for you if they think poses may be strenuous on your injury. If a pose is causing pain, ease out of it and take a pause in child’s pose, ask the teacher for help or adjust yourself to any other position that feels comfortable for you.
Why should I practice yoga?
Do you experience anxiety? Back pain? Physical discomfort or sleepless nights? Yoga will help!
Yoga impacts our mental and physical body as it:
-Helps to reduce anxiety, stress, depression, insomnia, appetite, mental funks, and muscle tensions.
-Helps to increase mobility, stamina, endurance, range of motion and flexibility on the mat AND in all other fitness routines, athletic ventures and life habits.
-Helps to lessen injuries and chronic pain: tight shoulders, sore backs, sciatica, arthritis, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis, stress, migraines and more.
Yoga impacts our lifestyle as it:
-Helps us learn to live, eat and have relationships more mindfully.
-Encourages us to take time for self-care.
-Motivates us to incorporate more physical movement in our lives.
-Makes it possible to release stress and sleep better at night.