can you really get kids to do yoga?
Is pre-payment required for classes and workshops?
How do I sign up for a class?
What is little big yoga's cancellation policy?
What is the refund policy?
Can I join my child in a regular yoga class?
What do I wear to a yoga class?
What should I leave at home?
Should I eat before class?
What should I do when I enter the studio?
Can I wear socks while I practice?
What is your policy for hands-on adjustments?
What if I need to leave class early?

-Memberships are non-refundable and no credits may be issued for any reason. 

-Memberships include unlimited regularly scheduled classes (live, outdoor, in-studio) for 365 days and do not include workshops or special events.

-There will be no verbal agreements honored or executed for any reason. Written requests will only be accepted to info@littlebigyoga.com.

-Member is required to sign a waiver prior to first class or event.


When people think of adult yoga, they think of quiet and calm and perfect poses. But we’re never asking the children to sit still. So much of school right now is, “You must sit still and listen to what I have to say.” But what we’re saying is, “I want you to move your body, I want you to roar like a lion, I want you to be silly and crazy and loud with me.” And because we’re having fun with them, we get their attention, and it creates a platform for having these conversations that are so desperately needed.

Yes, pre-payment is required for all classes and workshops.

Visit our schedule. Decide which classes you are interested in and send us an email!

We reserve the right to cancel any class that does not meet the minimum amount of attendees. Students will be notified one hour prior to class via email if the class is cancelled.

All sales are final. There are no refunds or credits for any purchase, for any reason.

We strongly recommend that students are ages 13 years and older. Parents are responsible for their children and expected to guide their child out of practice if their needs warrant or behavior becomes disruptive.

Wear comfortable clothing that gives you free range of motion.

Any valuables or personal items. We are not responsible for theft, damage, or loss.

Many students feel best if they haven’t eaten a heavy meal or drank a lot of liquids within an hour or so of practice. Know your body and be kind to your body fueling as is best for you.

Please enter quietly. Please remove your shoes, turn off your cell phones, and check in at the front desk. Store your belongings, choose a space in the studio and set up your mat and props. Please be mindful that some students value this time for meditation so keep conversation to a minimum.

Students may prefer to practice with bare feet for safety reasons.

All of our instructors are trained to provide hands-on adjustments and may or may not offer them in their classes. They are also trained to use consent cards as students have agency over their own practice and bodies at all times. Please feel empowered to use your consent card and flip it to either side as you wish or as your needs change. Our instructors will respect you and your space.

Students are expected to stay for the duration of a class. If a special occasion has arisen wherein you need to leave early, please notify your instructor prior to the beginning of class. When it’s time to leave, please gather your belongings quietly and exit quietly. Please be respectful of your fellow students and do not leave a class during savasana unless it’s an emergency.

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