Frequently Asked Questions
HOW DO I BOOK IN FOR A CLASS?
You don’t! We don’t take bookings for our regular classes - only for workshops. Just turn up 10 minutes before class starts so you have time to fill out a form - or better yet, to save time on the day, enter your details below.
CAN I PAY FOR MY CLASS IN ADVANCE, ONLINE?
Yes you can! Click on the button below, create a new account (or log in to your existing account - if you’ve visited the studio, you’ll have an account that needs to be activated by you!) and buy a pass. Note that we don’t sell the intro month or concession passes online.
I CAN'T FIND THE $50 INTRO MONTH ONLINE - HELP!?
We don’t sell this pass online - but you can buy it in studio!
DO YOU HAVE CONCESSION PRICING?
Yes we do! We don’t sell concession passes online, but bring your student / healthcare / pensioner card in to the studio and we’ll happily sell you the concession option.
CAN I RENT A MAT?
Yes you can! We have beautiful mats from our friends at We’ar Yoga. They’re $1 to rent, you can pay at the front desk.
WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED?
We’re at 11 Banksia Drive Unit 6B in the Byron Bay Arts and Industry Estate. Just behind Allpress coffee and the Jane Fender building.
DO YOU HAVE BATHROOMS AND SHOWERS?
Yes we do! We have 2 bathrooms and one shower, please bring your own towel.
I’VE NEVER DONE YOGA BEFORE - CAN I COME?
Of course! Our classes cater to all levels. Feel free to rest as much as you need to, and you can ask our excellent teachers any questions.
Please leave your shoes outside or in your bag. We ask that you put your phone away and on silent when in the studio. Phones are not to be used during class.
WHEN SHOULD I ARRIVE?
We recommend you arrive 10-15 minutes before class so you have time to settle in to the space – especially if it’s your first time with us and please make sure to fill in your details online prior to arrival.
WHAT TEMPERATURE IS THE ROOM HEATED TO?
In summer, we leave the heaters off – Byron is warm enough! In winter we have our radiant heaters set to maintain a balmy 25 degrees to ensure you stay comfortable, even in a yin class.