Prices

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Military and student discount available in studio only with ID in your name.

Mat Yoga & Ballet Barre Pilates:
Introductory Offer: 2 weeks unlimited classes for $20. (New students only.)
Single Class Drop In: $15 – military & student discount $13
Class Passes:
5 class pass – $70 ($14 per class)
10 class pass – $125 ($12.50 per class)
(All class passes are valid for 4 months. They are non-refundable and non-transferable.)

Aerial:
Single Class Drop In: $20 a class – military & student discount $18
Class Passes:
5 class pass – $95 ($19 per class)
10 class pass – $175 ($17.50 per class)
(All class passes are valid for 4 months. They are non-refundable and non-transferable.)

Mat Yoga, Ballet Barre Pilates, Aerial (combined):
Discounted Monthly Unlimited Classes with Auto-renewal: $79
To enjoy this discount price, we simply ask for a 3-month commitment. After that, your auto-renewal will continue and may be cancelled anytime.
One Month Unlimited Classes: $89

Private Sessions one hour (great for bridal parties & birthdays):
Mat Yoga & Ballet Barre Pilates:
1 person – $65
2 to 3 people together – $40 per person
4 to 5 people together – $30 per person
6 or more people together – $25 per person

Aerial Yoga:
1 person – $85
2 to 3 people together – $50 per person
4 to 5 people together – $40 per person
6 or more people together – $35 per person

Pre-Registration for Classes & Workshops:
We recommend you pre-register for classes/workshops that fill up quickly to reserve your spot.
Classes:
All pre-registrations will be dropped 5 minutes before class starts and given to students waiting.
Workshops:
All pre-paid workshops are non-refundable. If the workshop is cancelled due to low enrollment, you will receive a credit in your account towards future purchases. Any cancellations to a pre-registration must be made one week before the workshop begins, or you will be charged. Pre-registration is very important for our teachers to know how many students will be in each workshop. Our teachers must have a minimum number of students in their workshops, or else they don’t get compensated correctly.