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WE'RE GLAD YOU'RE HERE

At Lotus Garden you will find a welcoming and non-intimidating environment to begin or continue your practice. Our teachers and students are warm and friendly and we have many classes that are suitable for beginners, or for bodies needing an extra gentle practice. Experienced students will appreciate the knowledge and expertise of our instructors and the opportunity to deepen and evolve their personal practice.

New to our studio? We have a great deal for you! Visit our pricing page to get started.

New to Yoga, Tai Chi, or Chi Gong?

Scroll down to view our recommended classes for beginners.

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New to Meditation?

All of our meditation classes are free of charge and designed for beginners.

Our new client specials give you unlimited access to live classes as well as to our pre-recorded video library.

New to our studio?
Trying to decide which class to start with? Here are our top picks for beginners:

  • Monday

    • 10:30am - 11:45am Gentle Yoga with Lisa

    • 6:30 - 7:45pm: Deep Peace Gentle Yoga with Becky

  • Tuesday

    • 9am - 10am Gentle Deep Stretch with Gena

    • 6pm - 7:15pm: Hatha Yoga All Levels with Lisa

  • Wednesday

    • 10:30am - 11:45am: Gentle Yoga with Lisa

    • 7pm - 8:15pm: Intro to Meditation with Uddhava

  • Thursday

    • 9am - 10am: Gentle, Deep Stretch with Gena

  • Saturday

    • 9am - 10:15am Hatha Yoga All Levels with Cheryl

    • 11am - 12:15pm: Chi Gong

  • Sunday

    • 9am - 10:15am: Hatha Yoga All Levels with Lisa

Helpful info for first-timers:

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  • Bring your own yoga mat and water bottle

  • Arrive about 10 min early

  • Please do not wear fragrances or scented lotions in the studio.

  • Our studio is kept at a comfortable temperature. We do not practice "hot yoga".

  • If doing a class from your home, try to find a quiet space free of distractions.

  • Wear clothing that is comfortable to move in.

  • For yoga, it's best to have a yoga mat to practice on. We are not currently loaning any props so you will need to bring your own. A mat is not necessary for tai chi or chi gong.

  • Yoga is typically done barefoot.

  • It's ideal to practice yoga on an empty stomach (at least 1 hour after a meal).

  • Always remember to be observant to and respectful of your own bodies limits. Never stay in a pose that does not feel right for your body.

  • For virtual classes, you should receive an email containing the link to join the class 30minutes before the start of the class. If you do not, or if you have ANY other questions, please call us at 916-944-8505. We are always happy to help. For more info on virtual classes, click here.