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Certain classes can get quite full so it is recommended you reserve your spot online either through your account, or our quick and easy app that you can download from our website on the “Rewards” page.
We currently have one beautiful restroom with three changing rooms. Due to water restrictions in drought stricken San Diego when we built the studio, we chose not to build showers.
We consider 79 degrees to be the optimal temperature and program a weekly schedule into the thermostat to prepare the room to that temperature as best we can. This typically occurs in winter and in summer we change the thermostat to cool instead of heat and have it set to cool the room to 79 degrees before class if the temperature has risen above that. Some days it’s a little bit below, some hotter days, a little bit above and also depends on how many people are in class and how vigorous the flow is that for that particular class on that day. So, we consider The House of Yogi to be a mildly heated studio when the weather is a little colder outside, with temperatures ranging between 75 – 85 degrees so that the student can focus during class while building internal heat. Go deeper into your practice safely without the distraction of an overly eager heated environment via vinyasa and restorative classes.
Our Studio amenities include plentiful yoga props, a purified hydration station and boutique with the essentials: yoga mats/accessories, apparel, jewelry and much more.
The House of Yogi believes in practicing safely. Our yoga classes are structured in a way to progress the new student in a safe and effective manner. For a more enjoyable experience, please feel comfortable with any of the Pose Fundamentals at the Yoga Wall, Deep Stretch Restore, Yin and Hatha yoga classes before attending an All Vinyasa class if you are new to yoga. If you are unsure, please check with the teacher or manager.