The Yoga Ritual
Frequently Asked Questions
Infrared has an impressive list of physical benefits because it penetrates beyond the skin, detoxifying the body of heavy metals, reducing signs of aging, all while increasing mobility and circulation. Check out more on Infrared Heat and how it benefits your flow.
Our infrared heat system steams the studio between 95 -100 degrees! Get ready to sweat!
We welcome anyone 16 and older into the studio to practice.
To get the most out of your practice, we encourage all our students to bring a yoga mat, Yogitoes, water and a towel. If you forget something, we have you covered! We have yoga mats, Yogitoes and towels for rent as well as water and other beverages available for purchase. There is also a water bottle refill station located within the studio.
At our studio, no shirt, no shoes, no problem! Most yogis find it comfortable to wear movable, breathable, moisture wicking attire. Bare feet are allowed inside the yoga studio, so wear shoes that are easy to slip on and off. Don’t forget, you’ll be working up a sweat during your flow!
Our studio is equipped with complimentary lockers with built in combinations, as well as cubbies outside the yoga room for use. We like to keep the yoga room free and clear of distractions to create a mindful practice, so please leave your things outside the door.
Self care is self love! Before you flow, ensure you are well hydrated and well rested the 24 hours prior to your class. We also recommend avoiding heavy meals 90 minutes prior to class. After class, make sure you honor your body by drinking water and replenishing with electrolytes.
Yes! We are an authorized retailer for Manduka and Yoloha products. We also have an extensive clothing selection full of our favorite yoga gear.
There is a free parking lot in the plaza where the studio is located.
The Ritual is designed to be a community for all! Your practice is personal and unique to you. If you are a first-timer, please come give our studio a try, we promise you’ll love it and so will your mind/body. We recommend arriving about 15-minutes early so you can get all set up in the studio and meet your teacher! Check out our single class and class pack options.
We have a variety of pricing plans to best align with your individual practice. Whether you’re looking to improve on basic yoga principles, gain unlimited access to a variety of classes, or just check us out—we’ve got a plan that can flex to meet your goals. Check out our pricing page.
Life happens! Just make sure to cancel your class 3 hours prior to your reservation to avoid a $20 late cancel/ no show fee. Any classes canceled after that 3 hour window will be assessed the fee.
Yes, we do allow you to pause your membership. Give the studio a call or see someone at the front desk for help with this.
We do have a waitlist that you can add yourself to online! We ask that all yogis signed up for a class arrive 10 minutes prior to class starting to secure your spot in the room. Five minutes prior to the start of each class, we will begin letting waitlisted yogis into class.
Yes! Our showers are stocked with organic, paraben and sulfate free shampoo, conditioner and body wash. Plus, shower towels are also available for rent if you forget yours at home.
We are excited to bring 200YTT to the studio in 2022! Check back for more news on this training opportunity.
We thoroughly clean the studio in between each class, focusing on all common areas and high touch surfaces. We also do a daily cleaning of the yoga studio, showers, and bathrooms, and a deeper clean weekly of the entire studio. Our goal is to keep everyone healthy, happy and practicing yoga!
In addition to us thoroughly cleaning the studio in-between each class, we ask that each student wear a mask when entering the studio and in all common areas. An easy way to remember this is mask to mat! Once you are settled on your yoga mat inside the yoga studio, you may remove your mask. When class is over, please promptly put your mask back on when leaving your mat. Of course, we also ask that if you are sick, have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 or are awaiting test results that you pause your practice until you know you can keep your community safe.