Attendance: Can I still attend class if I'm late?
How do I sign up for a class?
While walk-ins are occasionally open, advanced registration is required using the Mindbody app, through ClassPass, or email us so that we can ensure your space for class. If we do not have reservations for a class ahead of time, The Holō Collective has the right to cancel the class altogether to give that time back to our instructors.
We are an intimate studio and have a max capacity of 10-14 students per class/event. Signing up online allows students to take care of payment in advance so when you arrive, you can truly focus on getting settled on your mat.
The "Book Me!" feature under our schedule or through any of the apps are powered by Mindbody. Remember to register with The Holō Collective if you do not already have an account.
What is Holō's Payment & Cancellation Policy?
All clients are solely responsible for reading and following our studio guidelines so that everyone can have an enjoyable practice and still sustain our sense of community at The Holō Collective. Students must sign up for classes and events ahead of time via Mindbody, ClassPass, or email us so that we can reserve your space. If we do not have reservations for a class ahead of time, The Holō Collective has the right to cancel the class altogether to give that time back to our instructors. By booking & attending any class or event at The Holō Collective, you are agreeing to all of our guidelines and policies set forth by our studio and individuals representing The Holō Collective.
How should I prepare for class?
This is my first time doing yoga, what classes do you recommend?
It's a good idea to try different classes to get an idea of the style of yoga and personality of the teachers that are right for you and where you are on your journey. Our studio provides a range of classes including Power Flows, Vinyasa, HIIT, and inversion workshops that tend to be more physically demanding, while Joyful (Gentle) Yoga, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga, and Sound Bath classes are typically less physically challenging. All of our classes, events, workshops hosted at The Holō Collective will have a description. Navigate to our Schedule and read each description of class under "View Details".
Can I still practice if I have an active or previous injury?
It's always a good idea to talk to your yoga instructor before practice about any existing or previous physical conditions, and concerns you might have about them. Yoga benefits many people with chronic pain by helping the body regain balance between strength, flexibility, movement, and mindfulness. This allows our teachers to provide any modifications throughout class for your safety and to optimize the time on your mat.
Can I still do yoga if I'm pregnant or I'm postpartum?
Some of our yoga instructors are trained in pre-and-post natal yoga and can provide a solid practice for you within their individual class(es). We encourage you get to know our teachers and their backgrounds!
Yoga can be very beneficial pre-and-post-natal. Make sure to let your yoga teacher know you are expecting so that we can provide modifications for poses and postures that avoid twisting, inversions, intense breathwork (pranayama), abdominal strengthening poses, and lying on your belly or back. Remember, balancing poses may get tougher as you progress in your pregnancy so use the wall or blocks to support your balance and create stability.
Do you have parking?
The Holō Collective is a space for all shapes and sizes, abilities and experience levels, genders and races. We aim to create a safe space for all in attendance and practice non-judgement at all times. Your privacy is very important to us. Any personal information you choose to give us will only be used to help us provide you with the highest support for our services and products. Please always let us know if you have any issues or concerns.
Release and Waiver
By practicing at The Holō Collective, all students and guests agree to a general release and liability waiver. Each student is encouraged to take care of themselves and move only into poses, to degrees of each pose, and transitions that are without pain. We encourage students with physical conditions or limitations to begin with a beginner-friendly class, avoid anything that creates unease and to listen and honor your body.