Yoga on a Budget: 5 Ways to Save Money at Valley Yoga

October 18, 2018

 

A regular yoga practice produces a wealth of benefits for your body and mind, but wealth is not the word that comes to mind when you consider the cost of classes. It’s no secret that yoga can be expensive even if you opt for budget-friendly yoga gear from Target and Amazon rather than Lululemon.

 

Yoga meets you where you are. We hear this bit of wisdom frequently from teachers and while it’s commonly intended to reflect where you are on your physical and spiritual path, it also applies to where you are financially. Valley Yoga is committed to making yoga accessible for everyone, regardless of your age, size, shape, fitness level or economic situation.

 

Valley Yoga can help you nurture your practice without blowing your budget with the following offerings:

  1. Take advantage of our free community classes.​ Valley Yoga will begin to offer beginner-friendly, 60-minute, pop-up classes this fall. Our first free class is Saturday, October 20 at 1:00pm (REGISTER HERE)

  2. Try our Inform Your Flow class for just a $5 drop-in fee.​ Offered every Sunday at 12:30 with Jennifer, this energizing, all-levels class is a great way to increase your strength and flexibility by learning a series of poses that are repeated each week. This 60-minute class is also covered under the monthly membership or the new student package.

  3. Consider “karma yoga” or yoga for trade.​ You may be able to receive free yoga in return for services such as helping at the desk, doing administrative work or marketing tasks. We are also currently looking for a photographer. If you have other skills you would like to contribute, email Jennifer at ​jennifer@valley-yoga.com​.

  4. Deepen your connection with our yoga community by becoming a New Student Ambassador.​ Monthly Unlimited members who come to class three or more times per week can save $10/month on membership costs by helping new students acclimate. To learn more about this new program, email Jennifer at ​jennifer@valley-yoga.com​ for an orientation.

  5. Make sure you are getting the most flow for your dough. The difference between purchasing class cards and participating in our Monthly Unlimited Yoga membership can be a big one, depending on how many times per week you come to class. Make sure you're on the program that makes the most sense for you! 

6-class card: $90 ($15/class, expires 3 months from first use)

 

12-class card: $155 ($13/class, expires 6 months from first use)

 

Monthly Unlimited Membership: $89/month auto-pay with 3-month commitment. Cost per class:

  • If you come to class 2x per week regularly: $10.27/class

  • If you come to class 3x per week regularly: $6.85/class

  • If you come to class 4x per week regularly: $5.13/class

Did you know you can suspend your Monthly Unlimited Membership any time you will be away from the studio for 2 weeks or more? And with the membership you can bring 2 guests per quarter to class with you at no charge!

 

Any questions...email jennifer@valley-yoga.com or call me any time at 314-753-3661 to learn more!

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