Our Policies

Class Cancellation Policy:

If you do not cancel more than 4 hours prior to class start, or if you no-show for a pre-registered class, you will be charged $10. A portion of these proceeds will be directed to local, Gainesville charities.

We strive to create an environment where as many students can practice as possible. This policy creates personal accountability and cultivates discipline.

Download our Yoga Pod app to make class registration and cancellation as easy as possible.

Class Late Policy:

Students may not enter a class more than five minutes after the start time.

Pre-registered students may enter class up to five minutes late if mat space is still available.

Pre-registered students are not guaranteed a spot in class if they arrive after the start time.

Class Waitlist Policy:

Space permitting, waitlisted students will be allowed to enter class at the start time.

Tell our front desk staff if you would like to opt-in to waitlist text notifications. Otherwise, waitlist release notifications will be sent through email.

Membership Freeze Option:

If you would like to freeze your account, your membership dues continue while you are frozen. Upon reactivation, your membership dues will be $0 for the duration of your freeze.

**If you need to freeze your membership for more than 3 months, a $20 freeze fee is due from the 4th month on and will be applied the month in which you reactivate.

Membership Cancellation Policy:

We have a 30 days notice to cancel policy. For example, if you get billed the 8th of the month and today is the 15th, your final payment will go through on the 8th of the next month, with no future payments remaining after that.

Workshop Refund Policy:

Prior to one week from workshop start date, refunds allowed onto credit card

One week from workshop start, only return onto account allowable

Waitlisted workshops, refund only allowable onto account if space can be filled with another student

No call, no show, no communication … no refund at all

Intro offers are non-refundable