What should I bring to class with me?

Just yourself, a water bottle, yoga mat, and towel.

If you don’t have a mat, not to worry! We have high-quality Manduka mats available for rental ($3). Mat rental is always free for your first visit.

We do not sell plastic water bottles but do have a filtered water fountain with a bottle filling station plus Intent Hot Yoga stainless steel water bottles for purchase!

Bath and hand towels are available for rent for our shower facility or class.

What should I wear?

Classes are heated between 80-95 degrees, so you’ll want to make sure you wear clothes that are comfortable, breathable, and easy to move in. No shoes or socks are allowed in the studio space. For Yin and Restorative classes, you may bring in a layer for extra comfort during savasana.

I’m new to yoga, can I come to all the classes?

Yes! All classes offered are all levels, with plenty of options to modify throughout class. If there is any concern with the faster pace of a Power Vinyasa class, it may be best to start with one of our Intentional Flow or Yin classes. See our class descriptions here for more info.

Note: each month we will be hosting a Foundations of Yoga workshop, open to all, but designed as an introduction to yoga. We will walk through a brief history of yoga and yoga philosophy, pranayama (breathwork) and a full breakdown of the foundational postures. This workshop can be attended at any time but will also be offered at a discounted rate with our New Student special.

It is not required to pre-register, but highly encouraged! This will guarantee your spot in class, as well as make checking-in easier for you and the front desk staff.

We recommend creating a login on the MindBody app before your first visit, where you can see the most updated schedule, book classes, sign our waiver, and make membership and class package purchases.

Do I need to pre-register for class?

What kinds of payments do you accept?

We are a cash-free studio and only accept debit/credit cards online or in-studio.

Are there shower facilities?

Yes. We have one shower facility for students to use before or after class. We kindly ask if someone else is waiting for the shower, to limit your shower time to ~3 minutes.

Our studio is equipped with state-of-the-art infrared heaters by Heating Green, a local business here in Bellingham. Infrared is not only more energy efficient, it is very therapeutic! The infrared heating panels don’t heat the air, it warms our bodies, much like when you are standing outside in the sun. Unlike forced air or gas heaters, infrared radiant heating panels do not blow dust or allergens, or release any emissions, chemicals or pollutants and help keep the air in the studio clean and clear. Our heaters penetrate and warm beneath the skin and can offer therapeutic relief by increasing blood circulation, rid the body of toxins and provide pain relief. Studies show that infrared heat makes connective tissue more flexible, permits greater joint movement, and brings about increased levels of endorphins, which eases pain.

What are infrared heaters?

Is there an age requirement for heated classes?

Students must be at least 16 years old to practice in the heated classes and we require a parent/guardian signature in studio prior to taking class for any student under 18.

We have a shared parking lot with the other tenants of Broadway Station, as well as ample free parking on Broadway street. We also highly encourage those who can, to ride their bike or walk to the studio. We will have two bike racks on the Broadway side open to Intent students only.

Where can I park?

Arrive at least 10-15 minutes before class when possible

All classes start and end on-time, no early dismissals unless approved by teacher ahead of time

Try to commit to staying in the room during class. Child’s pose or savasana are always available to you throughout class if you need a moment of stillness

Please silence all cell phones and devices, and put smart watches on Do Not Disturb

Please observe the silence of the studio space. Connecting and socializing with other students is always welcome and encouraged in our lobby or patio

No shoes or socks in the studio space

Only bring your mat, towel, and water bottle into studio space

Studio Etiquette