Congratulations on taking the first step toward a new (or continuing) yoga practice! We’re thrilled to help you gain flexibility & strength and relieve tension so you can live a healthier, pain free and purpose-driven life.
👉 New Client Month: 30 Days for $49. Unlimited in studio, Zoom-Live group classes 💻 & their recordings + plus complimentary unlimited On-Demand library access for 30 consecutive days.
👉 Intro to Yoga: $89: A comprehensive introduction/review of yoga, Intro to Yoga is a four week series beginning the first Thursday of every other month. Includes of complimentary drop in/zoom classes for duration of Intro series. Add a studio-quality prop kit for an additional $99 ($145 value!) .
Frequently asked questions
What do I need to do before my first class? Do I need to pre-register for classes?
Reservations are a must for classes. In-studio reservations save your spot in person, Zoom-live reservations allow you to receive access info and recordings. Book your class on our schedule website or Twist Yoga Studios App.
What should I wear?
Wear comfortable clothes that will stretch. Set your heat to be warm yet comfortable. Yoga is done in your bare feet.
I’m joining in person, where do I park?
Both of our locations have convenient free parking. Edmonds, we’re on the corner of 5th and Dayton, there is a 2-hour parking lot behind the building. Richmond Beach, parking spaces right out front.
I’m joining in person, what do I bring?
Bring your yoga mat and a water. If you have any other props; blocks or blankets you may also want to bring those but they are not required. We offer studio-quality mats and props for purchase.
How do I set up my home-practice space if I’m joining online?
You’ll want a mat and a glass of water at the very least. If you have any other props; blocks or blankets you may also want to bring those but they are not required. We offer studio-quality prop kits for your home practice.
What if I can’t touch my toes or have never been able to avoid distraction long enough to meditate?
You are in the right place. You are where you begin. We all have a lot to learn and breathe is a place to come practice.
Should I eat before class?
Having something light in your stomach before class is fine to keep energy and blood sugar levels up, but avoid any heavy or large meals for at least 2 hours before class. Also, you will have a better experience if you come to class hydrated.