New Student Deals

Take advantage of Yoga NoMa's multiple new student offers.

  • Testing out yoga for the first time? Enjoy three classes in one week for $20.

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  • Ready to start a consistent practice but want to see if Yoga NoMa is for you? Our student member special offers your first month of UNLIMITED yoga for $70!  

Sign up today to join the Yoga NoMa community!

Tips for New Students

Before You Arrive

 

 

 

 

Complete the online waiver, select the appropriate new student deal under "series and memberships", and reserve your class. 

In preparing for class, dress in comfortable clothes that you are willing to sweat in and consider grabbing a water bottle.

NOTE: Our bathrooms will be going under renovations until mid-May and will be unavailable for use. Please consider changing at home or making use of our small changing space within the studio.

Upon Arrival

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We ask that you arrive 10 minutes before class so we can help get you ready for your first class. Studio doors are often locked until 15 minutes before the start of class, so if you arrive and the door is shut, be patient! Awesome yoga is only a few moments away.

Yoga NoMa is located within an office building. To get to the studio, walk pass the security desk through the double doors and follow the footprints until you arrive (you'll know what we mean).

Waiting for you is one of volunteers to check you into class and give you a brief tour of our sweet space. Take off your socks and make sure to introduce yourself to the instructor to go over any concerns!

And if you didn't bring a mat grab one! We offer high quality, super sticky, fun to practice mats for $2 to rent, as well as, free mats which are a little slippery, a little harder to practice on, but you’re more than welcome to use ’em! We recommend doubling them over for a better grip! Yoga NoMa also provides and utilizes a variety of props such as blocks, blankets, and bolsters throughout class.

Your teacher is only a guide. Pay attention to what your body needs, take breaks when you need, and ask questions if something feels wrong. Child's Pose and Downward Facing Dog are common resting postures.

During Class

 

 

Explore the FAQ section for additional studio specific tips to ensure a smooth first class.