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First time in the studio? Try starting with 1 week of unlimited classes for $25! Not a bad deal eh?
Why yoga?

Yoga was originally developed as a meditation method in Northern India over 5,000 years ago. It has deep roots! The earliest mention of yoga is in the Vedas, a set of four texts about living a lifestyle of wisdom and worship. Yoga postures were a way to prepare the body for meditation, self-study, and connection with a higher power. Yoga was brought to the west in the early 1900s and it has since grown and spread, as several leaders and gurus developed a following for different types of yoga and philosophies.

People try yoga for different reasons. A regular practice can help with weight loss, blood pressure regulation, headaches, joint mobility, anger management, stress-related symptoms, and much more. You might also find benefits you don't expect, like a new awareness of your breathing, a really fun, great group of people, or a way to be more present, mindful, or spiritual in the midst of your day-to-day grind.

Where do I start?

If it's your first time, download the free Mindbody app and make yourself a profile. Or feel free to call or stop by the studio anytime we're open and we'll help get you all ready to go. Some of our classes regularly fill up so it's important to pre-book your class! When you come in, we'll get you checked in, show you around the place, and then you can get your yoga on! Please note: our classes start right on time and we cannot allow anyone in late out of respect for the teacher and the yogis that have begun their meditation time.


We recommend trying a Basics, Gentle, or Mindful movement class if it's your first time doing yoga or it's been a while. Basics and Gentle classes are great for beginners and will include slow and relaxing, but with a little stretching, movement strengthening, and balancing. You can also try our Yin yoga classes for a focus on deep stretching or our Rest and restore and Nidra classes for a more restful, meditative practice. Classes with 'Flow' in the name (like Slow flow and Vinyasa flow) are going to be more of a workout, with advanced postures and are recommended for those with yoga experience. Want a more active class but you're new to yoga or just getting back into it? Try Gentle flow!


You can always go to our schedule page and click on the name class for more details about what to expect and to learn more about the teacher. 

We take off our shoes and socks at the door to leave the floor clean for bare toesies. You're welcome to leave your belongings as well in our cubbies by the door. Our front desk crew will by close by while you practice. Bring a mat if you have one, or borrow one of ours. Try wearing tighter fitting, comfortable clothing so the teacher can see how your body is moving and you can move and breathe easily. Water might be nice to have as well.

Community park yoga at Cactus Park in Phoenix
What should I expect?

Come in at least 15 minutes before your first class to sign in, drop your shoes and belongings at the door, get a tour, and get the best pick on where you want to put your mat down. Don't have a mat? No problem- borrow one for free and then shop our awesome Manduka mats available in our retail area. Grab a block or two, or maybe a blanket for your Savasana (resting pose) at the end. Sometimes the teacher will have specific props they'll want you to have to be used in class, especially in Yin, Restorative, and Nidra classes.


Important memo: CLASS STARTS RIGHT ON TIME AND WE CANNOT ALLOW LATE-COMERS INTO CLASS. It's just not fair to those that have already started their practice or to the teacher that has already started class. Thanks for understanding! 


Every teacher will start class with an introduction and some calm centering and breathing. Then, depending on the type of class, they'll expertly lead the class through a series of movements/poses to gently and safely warm the body. The middle will usually be a little more challenging or focused. Finally, the end will have you slowing down and cooling down. Then we finish every class with a lovely Savasana (or Corpse Pose- our favorite part!), where you lay and rest, release, and relax.


A consistent practice of at least twice a week will help you see (and feel!) a difference in your body, mind, and spirit. We like to encourage a balance of slow, meditative classes (like Yin, Restorative, and Nidra) with more active classes to get your muscles warm and heart pumping (like Flow classes)

Community park yoga at Cactus Park in Phoenix
Where are you located?

Our address is 12240 N 51st Ave in Glendale, Arizona. We are cozied up on the Northwest corner of 51st Avenue and Cactus Avenue, across from Albertson's and in the same complex as Jimbo's.

More sweet reasons you should choose us:
  • Complimentary towel service for all your sweaty moments

  • Tea and water available

  • Borrow a mat for free if you need one

  • Teachers pay attention and care about you and your practice

  • Essential oils mat spray available

  • Classes for any body and any schedule

  • We listen! We design our schedule, classes, and events around what the people want. (See our email below to give us some feedback.)

  • Woman-owned and woman-supported (men welcome of course!)

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