New Students

The Yoga Loft is an all-level studio that invites you to start where you are! You do not need be flexible, strong or coordinated to do yoga. Yoga will take you there at your own pace.

Whether you are a beginner or a en exert Yogi, are recovering from an injury, pregnant or just had a baby, want to get back into shape, or just want to take it slow today, Yoga Loft has the perfect class for you.

Need help choosing an appropriate class? Call our studio at (905) 893-0094 – you will always reach a kind, courteous instructor/staff member who understands your needs and all that our studio has to offer.

Good To Know Guidelines:

Remember, you do not need to be advanced to come to an advanced class. Our same friendly, supportive teachers committed to your growth. Yogaloft reminds you to always use intuition and mindfulness as a guide, progressing gradually.

Access our current class schedule, read class descriptions, purchase class passes, and sign up for classes and workshops.

Arrive 10-15 minutes early. Always check in at the front desk, even if you’ve made an online reservation. Use a scan card for quick sign in.

Practice on an empty stomach. Do not eat a large meal within 2-3 hours prior to yoga practice. Drink plenty of water prior to class.

Hydrate yourself. In addition to the daily intake of 64-80 oz. of water, hydrate before, during, and after hot yoga. Without proper hydration, the body can overheat.

Dress appropriately. Wear comfortable clothing that you feel comfortable bending and stretching in

Purchase a yoga mat. Having your own mat supports your commitment to your practice and ensures its cleanliness. Yogaloft sells great mats and rents mats and towels as a service to new students.

Remove shoes before entering the studio. Leave your shoes in the area provided in the studio lobby. This preserves the sacred nature of the studio space. We recommend taking your valuables inside the studio.

Turn off your cell phone. This enhances your experience and is considerate of your fellow students.

Notify the teacher of injuries or medical conditions. This helps the teacher know how to assist you and give you modifications.

Practice often. 4-6 times per week for maximum benefit. 2-3 times per week will show improvement for most students within three months.