25 March 2020 Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, all in-person classes are cancelled indefinitely
About pricing and attendance
To fit your schedule and needs, Newmass Yoga offers a variety of bulk discount pricing options that reduce your cost per class.
You may pay for classes online, and you may also pay in person when you come to class. In class payments by credit card, cash, or check (made out to the teacher, "Eric Burri").
Memberships are valid during the semester for which they're purchased. 4 Class Passes and Single Class purchases never expire.
Spring 2020 Semester Memberships (valid 1/21- 4/30/2020) :
If you attend regularly or frequently, semester memberships are by far the cheapest way to pay, and also the most convenient.
$180.00 ($145.00 students) - Unlimited Attendance
The Unlimited Attendance Membership entitles you to attend ANY and ALL Newmass Yoga classes during your enrolled semester. Cost per class (14-week semester) = $ 4.29 per class, $ 3.45 per class for students, if you attend all classes.
$100.00 ($80.00 students) - 1 Class per Week
The 1 Class per Week Membership entitles you to attend ANY single class each week during your enrolled semester. Cost per class (14-week semester) = $ 7.14 per class, $ 5.71 per class for students. If you have to miss class for any reason, you may make up missed classes anytime during your enrolled semester.
4-Class Pass: $ 40.00 ( $ 32.00 for students ) -- no expiration date
Single Class Drop-in fee: $ 15.00 ( $ 12.00 for students )
If you decide later to buy a semester membership, all your single drop-in class payments may be applied towards that purchase.
Newmass Yoga classes in the Barn Studio meet on all holidays, except Christmas Day, and New Year's Day.
Emergency cancellations will be posted on the Newmass Yoga Facebook page -- www.facebook.com/NewmassYoga -- and shared through the teacher's email contact list.
What Should I Bring to Class?
You don't need to bring anything. Wear comfortable clothing that permits you to move freely. Wearing layers helps because you'll warm up and cool down throughout class.
The studio has all the props you'll need -- but feel free to bring your own.
If possible, arrange your schedule to not eat a large meal right before class. Practicing yoga with a full belly can be distracting or uncomfortable. (But do eat. If you come to class starving, all you'll think about during class will be food.)