Frequently Asked Questions

CLASS CARDS?  To adapt to varying budgets, class cards can be purchased in increments of 6, 10, 20 and 30 classes, ranging from $95-$320. Based on the number of classes you buy, classes range between $10/class to $15/class. The more classes you purchase at once, the lower the rate per class. Class cards can be used for any regularly scheduled class, however they cannot be used for special events, which are priced separately. Otherwise, the drop-in rate is $18.  Class cards are non-refundable, non-transferable and expire in 1 year. 30 class cards do not expire and may be shared with family members. You can now purchase class cards on-line here on our website on our Class Cards page.

MONTHLY UNLIMITED YOGA MEMBERSHIP – We offer a monthly unlimited yoga membership for only $99/month. Monthly auto-draft with a 6-month commitment is required.

HOW DO I SIGN UP? Most of our classes are drop-in classes, which means you can come to any class whenever you want. If you have not been to the studio before, you can sign up online using this link:

Or, just come a few minutes before class to and we’ll help you get set up. If the class or event does require pre-registration, which is noted on the class description and class schedule, use the above link to pre-register, or contact us by phone or email to sign up.

WHAT SHOULD I WEAR? Comfortable clothes that are easy to move in. Choose clothing that’s not too loose fitting or thick and bulky, as it’s difficult to check for proper alignment. We practice yoga in bare feet, so no shoes are required.

WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING? Mats and props are available to use in our studio, but you can bring your own if you’d like.

IS YOGA TOO HARD? If you’re just starting out, yoga can be challenging, so it’s a good idea to start with a Yoga Basics or a Gentle Yoga class. You can easily move up to an all-level or higher level class if you find that it’s not challenging enough.

If you like a strong workout and exercise on a regular basis, consider trying the Level II/III, Athlete’s Yoga or Level III classes. Yoga can be as challenging as you make it or as easy as you want it to be.

OFFICE HOURS? The Yoga Lounge is only open during class times. If you’d like to visit the studio, check the class schedule and stop in before or after class times, or call to make an appointment. We’d be happy to meet you there!

GIFT CERTIFICATES? You can purchase gift certificates in the studio, by phone, email or right here on our website on our Contact Us page.

HOLIDAYS? There are no classes at the Yoga Lounge on these major holidays: Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Day, New Year’s Eve and Day, Memorial Day and July 4th.  Any additional closings will be announced in the studio and on our punchpass schedule page.

WEATHER CLOSINGS? Studio closings due to weather conditions will be announced on the class schedule page and our punchpass scheduling platform.

CLASS ETIQUETTE? Please try to be to class on time, but if you’re a few minutes late, please enter quietly, and join us after the centering/breathing section of class.  If you arrive early and another class is still in session, please wait in the stairwell or come in and wait quietly on the benches. Please take your shoes off before walking on the studio floor. And, remember to turn off your cell phone before class. Please refrain from using strongly scented perfumes or lotions as it can be distracting to other students in class.

DOES YOGA CONFLICT WITH MY RELIGION? No. Yoga is not a religious practice, but rather a series of techniques, including breathing exercises, physical poses and meditation, designed to bring balance into the body and mind. By reducing physical tightness, increasing strength and flexibility, releasing emotional holding patterns and improving awareness of the breath and mind, most students find that yoga supports their existing faith and deepens their connection to their own spirituality by bringing a sense of peace and balance into their lives.

DIRECTIONS? Our studio is located at 114 1/2 N. Benton St. on the historic Woodstock Square in Woodstock, IL. Once you get to the Square, follow the one-way street to the right on the square, our studio faces west. Look for white, ceramic-tiled building on your right with large second story window with our logo, above Lloyd’s Benjamin Moore Paint Store. Our door is located to the left of the paint store entrance.

From Crystal lake: Take Rt. 14 West. Pass Rt. 47. Turn right at the next light, which is Dean St. Take that straight to the square

From Huntley/Algonquin: Take Rt. 47 North. Turn left on Rt. 14. Turn right at the next light, which is Dean St.  Dean Street will lead you directly to the square.

From Marengo: Take Rt. 176 East to Rt. 47. Turn left on Rt. 14. Turn right at the next light , which is Dean St. Take that right to the square.

From McHenry/Spring Grove: Take Rt. 120 West, following signs as posted. When you come into Woodstock and see the train station on the right, turn left onto Main Street, which will lead you to the square.

From Harvard: Take Rt. 14 South to Jackson St. Turn Left. Drive straight to the square.

From Hebron/Richmond: Take Rt. 47 South. Turn Right on 120 and follow signs for 120 until you see the train station on the right. Turn left onto Main St. which will lead you into the Square.