How it works at Love Yoga Studios

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Intro Prices & Memberships at Love Yoga Studios in Albany, OR

Intro Prices & Memberships

$37 for One Month Unlimited Access is perfect if you’re new to the studio. This gives you access to unlimited yoga and meditation!  What are you waiting for…  Click here

Our membership packages give you the perks and us a plan.
You get a significant savings on classes, 10% off workshops, free guest passes and a free strategy session to help you customize your practice. 

We get to plan ahead knowing you’re with us. Win/Win. If you come even just twice a week, this will save you money!

Private Sessions at Love Yoga Studios in Albany, OR

Private Sessions

$75-$95/session depending on session and schedule.

Studio Intro & Tour Session – Free
Yoga Beginner Session 
Yoga Practice Session
Yoga for Anxiety Session

If you have specific questions, special circumstances or simply would prefer to learn yoga without attending a group class we have teachers available to meet with you one on one.
We normally start with 1-3 sessions.
Privates may be available for longer

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Yoga & Meditation Basics

At Love Yoga we cultivate joy, health, strength and calm
by practicing being joyful, healthy, strong and calm!

Yoga is a ‘practice’. Some people are naturally flexible, some not so much. Some days all of us are more flexible than other days. You do not have to be flexible to do yoga. All you have to do is allow yourself to experience the movement (gentle or challenging) and the breath. It doesn’t matter how well you do, or if you can touch your toes. What does matter is that you enjoy each moment in some way. Your yoga practice is about finding the balance between strength and mobility. Your ‘flexibility’ or ‘range of motion’ will naturally improve with patience.

Meditation is also a practice of observing. You don’t have to clear your mind completely. All you need to do is hold still, observe, listen, breathe and enjoy. Research proves that even if you don’t like it, even if you think you can’t do it and even if you think you’re doing it wrong the attempt itself to try meditation creates beneficial changes in your body and mind at a cellular level. You are making a difference just by trying!

In Each Class

Suggestions for a Respectful Practice