+ DO I HAVE TO PRE-REGISTER FOR CLASS?

Nope, but registering online for class saves your spot in class. Drop-ins are totally cool but be sure to get here early.

+ WHAT TIME SHOULD I GET TO THE STUDIO?

Fahrenheit opens its doors 30 minutes before each class. If you’ve never been here before, please arrive 20 minutes before class so that we can show you around.

+ I’M NEW HERE. WHICH CLASS IS APPROPRIATE FOR BEGINNERS?

All of ‘em! Each class at Fahrenheit is designed for all levels—whether you’re a first-time yogi, or you’ve been yoga’ing for a while. If you are new we will make sure you feel right at home. If you are a seasoned boss you will leave feeling challenged.

+ WHAT IF I'M NOT FLEXIBLE?

You totes don’t have to be. Do you need to be fluent in Espanol to take a Spanish class? No! Same same, friend. Consistent practice and the heat combo will have you feeling stretchy in due time. Patience, grasshopper. With consistent practice you will notice increased flexibility over time.

+ WHAT IF I HAVE AN INJURY OR MEDICAL CONDITION?

Let us know and we can geek out on anatomy together. We are here to keep you safe. You are in good hands. Make sure your teacher knows of any conditions or illnesses—we can help you with pose variations.

+ WHAT IF I’M PREGNANT

Please for baby’s sake, make sure it’s ok with your doc to begin or continue doing yoga.

+ HOW SHOULD I PREPARE FOR CLASS?

You’re going to be sweating. Like a lot. So pretty please, hydrate before you come to class. Don’t eat a huge meal before you come to class either—trust us, a full belly is never a good idea right before yoga.

If you’re new to the Fahrenheit scene, try to get here 20 minutes before your first. That’ll give you enough time to get the tour, to chat with your teacher before class, set up your mat and meet your fellow Fahrenheitians.

+ HOW OFTEN SHOULD I COME?

Everyday. We would miss you if you didn’t. And, the fastest and most powerful way to transform your body, mind and soul is to come as often as you can, Bottom line: The more you practice, the better you’ll feel and the faster you will see the cumulative benefits of your practice. And, who doesn’t want that?

+ WHAT CAN I EXPECT THE NEXT DAY?

You’re gonna be sore. Like the good kind of sore. Basically, you will be living your best life. Make sure you drink a lot of water before and after class.

+ HOW LONG IS EACH CLASS?

Classes are 60, 75 or 90 minutes.

+ WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING TO CLASS?

Bring your yoga mat, water, and 2 large towels. If you don’t have/forgot to bring—don’t worry, we will always have your back. You can rent mats and towels and buy water at the front desk. You’ll probably want to bring a change of clothes for after class, cause you’re gonna be super sweaty. Plus, our men’s and women’s locker rooms have showers, so that’s pretty dope.

+ WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?

Comfortable athletic gear.

+ CAN I EAT BEFORE CLASS?

Oof. We wouldn’t. If you are planning on going all out, make sure you give yourself at least three hours before you do a class. Or save it for after.

+ CAN I DRINK WATER BEFORE CLASS?

For sure! You totally should actually—you want to be nice and hydrated.

+ WHAT TEMPERATURE IS THE YOGA STUDIO?

It’s just right. Our state of the art infrared heat panels keep the room feeling nice and toasty. Best believe we bring the heat.

+ WILL I LOSE WEIGHT?

Yes! You’re gonna get an amazing cardio-vascular workout with our classes, so you’re gonna sweat and burn calories. With a consistent practice (and a balanced diet, of course), you’re gonna like what you see.

+ DO YOU HAVE A MINIMUM AGE REQUIREMENT?

Sure do. Sixteen. If you’re under 18, you’ll need to get a parent to sign a consent form for you to be able to practice at Fahrenheit.

+ DO YOU HAVE SHOWERS?

Yes! And they’re pretty lux. We have men’s and women’s locker rooms with showers, vanities, and toiletries.

+ HOW WILL I KNOW WHEN CLASS SCHEDULES CHANGE?

You’ll totally be the first to know. It doesn’t happen often, but when it does, we’ll update the website with any schedule changes. We’ll also announce changes in class and post them on our social media.