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New to Yoga?

You are in the Perfect Place.


Whether you are new to yoga or new to our studio, we welcome you with open arms and open hearts.  Our new student special is the perfect way to try our studio and experience our range of classes and teachers.

At Maitri we take genuine care to get to know our students so as to create a strong and supportive community.  We guarantee you will feel welcomed, loved, and comfortable while you’re here!

30 Days of Unlimited Yoga for $30

(Must be a local new student to Maitri Yoga Center and purchased on or before your first visit.)

You’ve found a yoga home at Maitri.

Try out a class that fits within your schedule (you don’t have to pre-register for your first class). Our Foundations Class is perfect if you are new to yoga. Restorative Yoga Classes and Yoga Nidra are also great for beginners because they are slower paced and very relaxing.  Yoga Nidra is a laying down guided meditation that is extreamly restorative and healing!


When starting a new practice like yoga or getting back into it, consistency is key.  Attending classes 2-3 times a week will be the most effective place to start.  If possible practice the same 2-3 classes each week and if you get a chance to take an extra class it is like a bonus.  Set realistic goals, stick to them and you will see results.


Although beginners can and do attend any of our classes, following are the very best options for absolute beginners:

Hatha Foundations is the perfect beginner class. You can stick with it as long as you’d like- we have many clients who have been practicing for years that enjoy this class.

Restorative Yoga is a relaxing, supportive classes that are slow paced that encourage stress release and instill a clam state of peace.

Yoga Nidra offers an accessible form of lying down meditation.  Each class will include some movement to help the body unwind. If you’d like to meditate and or relax, this is the class for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I need to bring to class?
If you have a yoga mat, please bring it.  Otherwise, we have mats and props available for you to use.  A bottle of water is generally a good idea.
What do I wear to class?
Wear comfortable workout clothing you can stretch in.
How do I get the most out of my class?
Listen to your body and make your practice your own. Don’t worry about what the person on the mat next to you is doing. Yoga isn’t a competition.  If you have questions, ask the instructor, they will be happy to help!

We do chant “Om” at the beginning and end of most classes. This is a sound that harmonizes and connects us to ourselves, each other and the greatness of the universe. You can join in or stay silent, it’s up to you.

Do I have to preregister for classes?
We like to keep things simple around here. Registration is always appreciated but not required.
A couple things to be mindful of:
Please be mindful of other students and do not bring unnecessary items into the class room such as cell phones.

Please don’t wear any strong scented perfumes or colognes in the practice space.

What does your name mean?
Our name is a Sanskrit word meaning “friendly” and we do our best to embody that in all we do.

Complete Class Schedule

Veiw our entire class schedule to find the perfect class for you and your schedule.  Please note the location for each class.  Sign up in advance if you can, otherwise feel free to drop in without preregistering.