Updated: Jan 19
We get asked this question a lot! Which of the various packages that you offer is best? Here is how we break it down.
Drop-in classes are $22, so that is the baseline. We definitely have people who just pay that each time they come in. It is the most flexible way to do yoga with us, and also the most expensive.
The unlimited membership is $108/month, which is equivalent to paying the drop-in rate 4.9 times. If you are coming to class at least once a week, and sometimes twice, the unlimited membership is a good deal for you. Plus, you get unlimited livestreaming, the video library and a free private yoga session with Jane or Mindy. Good perks!
The weekly membership is for people who typically come to a class once a week. It is $60/month and gets you five classes during that month. The classes do not roll over. This is a great option if there is one class that you are really committed to. The perks are good--all the livestreaming and the video library, and 50% off the Yoga 101 workshops once a year. We specifically put this package together for the people who are just starting to build a regular yoga practice.
A powerful benefit of membership is the incentive that your regular cash outlay can provide to make sure you are getting the most for your money, especially for the unlimited membership! You could literally come to class three times a week, which would mean you would pay less than $9/class. Think of how you might feel taking one class focused on strength, one for flexibility, and one for massive relaxation. There is definitely a “dose-response” effect for yoga, in that more yoga provides more benefits.
There is also the benefit of belonging to a community. We’re not going to go all NPR on you, but our members really do sustain us. Memberships make our revenue more predictable, which means that we can invest more into our teachers, facilities, and the variety of classes that we offer.
Definitely ask us if you have more questions.