Welcome to Yoganette Yoga Studio!

We look forward to sharing our love for yoga with you through a variety of styles (e.g. Vinyasa, Yin, Restorative, Iyengar, and Hatha) and intensities. You will find no intimidation here... come to learn, relax, and have fun with other students and staff!

Yoganette Yoga Studio also strives to bring our diverse community together by offering a place for gatherings such as knit/crochet meet-ups and dietary instruction.

So drop by and take an exhilarating class... and leave feeling great with a healthy mind, body, and soul!

Please arrive at least 10 minutes before class begins to sign in, get a great spot, and settle your mind.

Namaste*,
From all us at Yoganette

*Namaste (nah-mah-stay) - The Divinity within me perceives and adores the Divinity within you.

Address: 2360 S Azusa Ave | West Covina, CA 91792
Phone: 626.965.4000

Class Information

New to Yoga?

What to wear: Non-restrictive comfortable clothing that allows ease of movement, something you would normally exercise in.

You will need: a mat (mat rentals are available for $2), water, and a towel.
Please allow 15 minutes to register, sign in, pay for class, and get settled in before class begins.


Vinyasa Flow (Beginners, Level 1-2, All Levels)

“Vinyasa” refers to the linking of breath and movement. As students transition between postures, their breathing patterns match, and determine the pace of, each move. The result is a graceful, rhythmic, dynamic practice that simultaneously energizes and relaxes.


Yoganette Flow (Beginners, Level 1-2, All Levels)

A vinyasa based class (connecting breath to movement) that also focuses on strength, balancing, and flexibility.


Yin/Yang (All Levels)

Yin Yoga shares the same goals as other forms of yoga but often involves a slower pace and postures that are held longer to target the body’s connective tissues, such as ligaments, tendons, and bones. Yang Yoga is the perfect complement to the dynamic and muscular (yang) styles of yoga that emphasize internal heat and the lengthening and contracting of our muscles.


Yoga Blend (All Levels)

Inspired by a blend of yoga traditions taught by teachers who study multiple disciplines.  This fusion leads to a unique class suitable for all levels.


Flow with Form (Beginners, All Levels)

Flow with form is taught in an Iyengar Yoga style focusing on posture and the development of balance and alignment.


 

Detox Yoga (All Levels)

Our body has its own natural detoxification mechanisms for getting rid of waste products and environmental toxins, but sometimes it’s not up to the task of eliminating these toxic materials entirely. Detox Yoga can help us assist the body in cleansing itself, which will help us feel lighter, healthier, and more energetic again. Class will consist of twisting poses and inversions.


 

Restorative Yoga (All Levels)

Restorative yoga is calming for the central nervous system and focuses on the release of stress and tension buildup. Enjoy diving deep into relaxation with a yoga class that helps quiet the mind. This class helps students open their heart by connecting mind and body, while doing gentle, relaxing poses.


 

YBarre Fusion

Ready, set, YBarre!
Ybarre work out & barre-fusion classes are delivering results super fast! In these jam packed hour classes, you will experience EXTREME hour workouts that will get your heart rate up and make your body drip with sweat! Infused classes filled with barre work, core work, holding Yoga asanas till you shake, & sculpting to the MAX! This non-impact workout integrates fat-burning with interval training and muscle-shaping isometrics to improve posture and overall body image and shape.

Prenatal Yoga

Wednesdays 3:00PM
Why Prenatal?
Prenatal yoga helps women glide gracefully through the evolutionary process of pregnancy by connecting with other pregnant women, allowing the opportunity for inward reflection, providing a healthy physical and emotional outlet for one’s experiences, and ultimately preparing one for birth on a holistic level.

What are the benefits of prenatal yoga?

  • Increase in overall strength, flexibility, and well-being.
  • Reduces aches and fatigue in thoracic and cervical spine
  • Reduces swelling and inflammation around joints
  • Reduces labor-associated anxiety
  • Soothes and empowers new mothers to find inner rhythm
  • More effective use of pelvic floor muscles



What will I need?

  • Comfortable clothing that will allow freedom of movement
  • A bottle of water for hydration
  • An open mind and heart to new experiences



 

Pilates

Pilates helps to work smaller muscles that realign the core and help to stabilize the spine. when using the Pilates breathing technique in conjunction with
isolated muscle contractions results and benefits Include:
  • Develop a strong core
  • A flatter abdominal wall
  • A stronger back
  • Gain long, lean muscles and flexibility

Yoga For Kids

…is not available at the moment. We will keep you posted on the new day(s)!

Class:To be announced.

Ages: 5-8 years old

Rate: 5 classes for $50 | Single: $12 single class
Yoga will help your child

  • Develop strong, flexible and healthy bodies
  • Increase concentration, focus and attention
  • Build self-esteem and confidence
  • Cultivate a peaceful, relaxed state of body and mind
  • Express creativity and imagination
  • Acquire personal tools for stress management
  • Explore self-reflection



Meditation

*(Meditation classes are currently not being offered.  Please check back for updates.)

The word meditation is derived from two Latin words: meditari (to think, to dwell upon, to exercise the mind) and mederi (to heal). Meditation helps you gain a new perspective on stressful situations, increase self-awareness, focus on the present, and reduce negative emotions.

Pranayama is the yoga for breath. In a Yogic point of view, proper breathing is to bring more oxygen to the blood and to the brain, and to control Prana or the vital life energy. Each class focuses on breath awareness and a gentle guided Yoga Nidra. Yoga Nidra is ‘dynamic sleep’ or in other words ‘psychic sleep’ in which you learn to relax consciously. It is the key to penetrate the latent realms of the mind, and train the mental faculties to access the immeasurable powers of the subconscious and unconscious mind.

Research shows that mediation can help combat illnesses and conditions like high blood pressure, cancer, and insomnia. Let’s stay healthy through meditation!

Class is 45 minutes. 15 minutes Pranayama/Yoga Nidra and 30 minutes Meditation.


Rates


Class Fees

Single Class: $15

Series of 5 Classes: $70 ($14 per class, expires in 60 days)

Series of 25 Classes: $250 ($10 per class, expires in 120 days)

Class expiration may be extended by purchasing additional series, allowing the expired classes to roll over.

Full Time Student w/ID, 5 Classes: $50

Memberships

$79 Monthly Autopay, $199 first payment

Package 2 classes weekly 3 classes weekly 4 classes weekly 5 classes weekly
$79/mo $9.88 $6.58 $4.93 $3.95
$119 Monthly $14.88 $9.92 $7.44 $5.95
Single $15 $15 $15 $15
5 Series $14 $14 $14 $14
25 Classes $10 $10 $10 $10
Karma Yoga $5 $5 $5 $5

1 Year unlimited classes: $888



  • Introductory Special:  $20 for 1 week UNLIMITED YOGA
  • Private sessions available. Please call to inquire.
  • Corporate Rates – Please call us at 626-965-4000 or email info@yoganette.com






  • Please refrain from eating a heavy meal 2 hours before class.
  • Classes are 90 minutes.
  • No refunds.
  • Classes are non-transferable.
  • Please arrive to class on time.
  • Please bring your own mats.
  • Rental mats available for $2.
  • Please turn cell phone ringers off.


Class Information

New to Yoga?

What to wear: Non-restrictive comfortable clothing that allows ease of movement, something you would normally exercise in.

You will need: a mat (mat rentals are available for $2), water, and a towel.
Please allow 15 minutes to register, sign in, pay for class, and get settled in before class begins.


Vinyasa Flow (Beginners, Level 1-2, All Levels)

“Vinyasa” refers to the linking of breath and movement. As students transition between postures, their breathing patterns match, and determine the pace of, each move. The result is a graceful, rhythmic, dynamic practice that simultaneously energizes and relaxes.


Yoganette Flow (Beginners, Level 1-2, All Levels)

A vinyasa based class (connecting breath to movement) that also focuses on strength, balancing, and flexibility.


Yin/Yang (All Levels)

Yin Yoga shares the same goals as other forms of yoga but often involves a slower pace and postures that are held longer to target the body’s connective tissues, such as ligaments, tendons, and bones. Yang Yoga is the perfect complement to the dynamic and muscular (yang) styles of yoga that emphasize internal heat and the lengthening and contracting of our muscles.


Yoga Blend (All Levels)

Inspired by a blend of yoga traditions taught by teachers who study multiple disciplines.  This fusion leads to a unique class suitable for all levels.


Flow with Form (Beginners, All Levels)

Flow with form is taught in an Iyengar Yoga style focusing on posture and the development of balance and alignment.


 

Detox Yoga (All Levels)

Our body has its own natural detoxification mechanisms for getting rid of waste products and environmental toxins, but sometimes it’s not up to the task of eliminating these toxic materials entirely. Detox Yoga can help us assist the body in cleansing itself, which will help us feel lighter, healthier, and more energetic again. Class will consist of twisting poses and inversions.


 

Restorative Yoga (All Levels)

Restorative yoga is calming for the central nervous system and focuses on the release of stress and tension buildup. Enjoy diving deep into relaxation with a yoga class that helps quiet the mind. This class helps students open their heart by connecting mind and body, while doing gentle, relaxing poses.


 

YBarre Fusion

Ready, set, YBarre!
Ybarre work out & barre-fusion classes are delivering results super fast! In these jam packed hour classes, you will experience EXTREME hour workouts that will get your heart rate up and make your body drip with sweat! Infused classes filled with barre work, core work, holding Yoga asanas till you shake, & sculpting to the MAX! This non-impact workout integrates fat-burning with interval training and muscle-shaping isometrics to improve posture and overall body image and shape.

Prenatal Yoga

Wednesdays 3:00PM
Why Prenatal?
Prenatal yoga helps women glide gracefully through the evolutionary process of pregnancy by connecting with other pregnant women, allowing the opportunity for inward reflection, providing a healthy physical and emotional outlet for one’s experiences, and ultimately preparing one for birth on a holistic level.

What are the benefits of prenatal yoga?

  • Increase in overall strength, flexibility, and well-being.
  • Reduces aches and fatigue in thoracic and cervical spine
  • Reduces swelling and inflammation around joints
  • Reduces labor-associated anxiety
  • Soothes and empowers new mothers to find inner rhythm
  • More effective use of pelvic floor muscles



What will I need?

  • Comfortable clothing that will allow freedom of movement
  • A bottle of water for hydration
  • An open mind and heart to new experiences



 

Pilates

Pilates helps to work smaller muscles that realign the core and help to stabilize the spine. when using the Pilates breathing technique in conjunction with
isolated muscle contractions results and benefits Include:
  • Develop a strong core
  • A flatter abdominal wall
  • A stronger back
  • Gain long, lean muscles and flexibility

Yoga For Kids

…is not available at the moment. We will keep you posted on the new day(s)!

Class:To be announced.

Ages: 5-8 years old

Rate: 5 classes for $50 | Single: $12 single class
Yoga will help your child

  • Develop strong, flexible and healthy bodies
  • Increase concentration, focus and attention
  • Build self-esteem and confidence
  • Cultivate a peaceful, relaxed state of body and mind
  • Express creativity and imagination
  • Acquire personal tools for stress management
  • Explore self-reflection



Meditation

*(Meditation classes are currently not being offered.  Please check back for updates.)

The word meditation is derived from two Latin words: meditari (to think, to dwell upon, to exercise the mind) and mederi (to heal). Meditation helps you gain a new perspective on stressful situations, increase self-awareness, focus on the present, and reduce negative emotions.

Pranayama is the yoga for breath. In a Yogic point of view, proper breathing is to bring more oxygen to the blood and to the brain, and to control Prana or the vital life energy. Each class focuses on breath awareness and a gentle guided Yoga Nidra. Yoga Nidra is ‘dynamic sleep’ or in other words ‘psychic sleep’ in which you learn to relax consciously. It is the key to penetrate the latent realms of the mind, and train the mental faculties to access the immeasurable powers of the subconscious and unconscious mind.

Research shows that mediation can help combat illnesses and conditions like high blood pressure, cancer, and insomnia. Let’s stay healthy through meditation!

Class is 45 minutes. 15 minutes Pranayama/Yoga Nidra and 30 minutes Meditation.


Yoga Etiquette


What to wear:

Wear non-restrictive clothing that allows ease of movement but nothing too baggy or loose. Please do not wear heavy perfume and oils.

Eat lightly, or refrain from eating before class.

Generally, yoga asana is best practiced on an empty stomach. This way your yoga practice does not interfere with the digestion process.

Bare feet:

Yoga is practice on bare-feet. Please remove shoes before entering the studio.

No cell phones:

Please do not disturb the class. Keep cell phones in lobby with belongings or keep it on silent.

If you do arrive late:

In consideration of other students and for your own safety, unravel your mat outside, and then enter as slowly and quietly as you can. If the class is sitting in a beginning meditation, it is best to wait quietly at the entrance and lay your mat down on the floor only after the meditation has concluded.

Practice at your own pace.

Listen to your body and embrace your own pace. Yoga is NOT about competition. It IS about receiving the physical and spiritual benefits. Respect your body and it’s limits. Rest whenever needed.

Mats and Props:

We encourage all our students to bring their own mat. Mats are available to rent for $2 just in case. Props are also provided to assist in your practice. And to keep the studio nice and tidy, please put away props neatly.

Private Lessons


In a private yoga session, there is undivided attention to your yoga practice, tailoring the session to your individual needs. Private yoga classes can take you further in your practice than a group class can.

There may come a time when a student’s need can best be served in a one-on-one relationship with a teacher. Private lessons can help you:

  • Rehabilitation of injuries or working deeply on a certain troublesome area of the body
  • Learn to work through obstacles in specific poses you find difficult
  • Gain insight into your unique structural issues through hands-on adjustments and personal feedback
  • Receive personalized instruction with undivided attention and observation
  • Learn to adapt poses for your specific needs
  • Develop an individualized personal practice with professional guidance




Complete beginners can also benefit from private instruction, safely learning the basics in a more private setting.
It’s easy to set up private lessons at Yoganette…just call us at (626) 965-4000 and we’ll take care of you!

Staff

Read more teacher bios on the schedule…

Antoinette Contreras


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  • Why I love Yoga: I completely fell in love with yoga 10 years ago – it lifted my spirits. It’s been in and out of my life…but a few years ago I religiously turned to it to de-stress and to work on chronic injury and pain. I was completely healed and promised to keep yoga in my life. And a huge plus – I shed about 30 pounds! Oh…an ultimate bonus…I’ve met the most wonderful and beautiful people because Yoga is in my life.
  • Interesting fact: I’m a raw foodie! I will drive for delicious RAW food!
  • Favorite food: There’s nothing like a big juicy bone-in rib-eye steak and baked potato (with the works!)…yummy! That was before RAW food entered my life! Now I’m 90% raw. I didn’t think I’d ever find anything to match my passion for yoga…and then there is RAW!
  • Teaching style: I looooove focusing on alignment…allowing students to experience amazing energy their body internally creates…feeling balanced and rooted.




Monique Jaime




  • Why I love Yoga: What I love about yoga is that its more than just an exercise, its a lifestyle, and I love sharing in that lifestyle each and every day with my students. Yoga has benefited my life in countless ways, and I thank God everyday for letting me take part in my passion.
  • Interesting fact: I first discovered yoga during a difficult time in my life. I remember feeling like my life lacked direction and passion, but after my first yoga class all of that changed. I suddenly felt inspired, and immediately knew that I was going to dedicate myself to becoming the best yogi I could be.
  • Favorite food: I love cheese!
  • Teaching style: I teach a style called Vinyasa Flow, it is called this because of the smooth way that the poses run together and become like a dance. This style allows a lot of variety, but will almost certainly include Sun Salutations, expect movement, not just stretching. Whether the class is fast or slow I it consider it level II.



Nancy Stannard




  • Why I love Yoga: Yoga as a practice centers me and brings me back to my Authentic self. Yoga as a lifestyle keeps me focused on what’s really important.
  • Interesting fact: I am a recovering former Type A, perfectionist. Now my favorite yoga is gentle and restorative.
  • Favorite food: Pizza! Its so versatile I could eat it every day.
  • Teaching style: Kripalu in origin; gentle, intuitive and meditative.
  • Website: www.gentleyoga4healing.com


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Cynthia Belteton



  • Why I love Yoga: I really like practicing yoga because I love how I feel during and after a class
    it’s just such a good work out, makes me feel sooo relaxed, and always gets me in a better mood.
  • Interesting fact: I have to eat Tapatio with almost anything.
  • Favorite food: A big juicy sandwich.
  • Favorite color: Pink!




Jason Le




  • Why I love Yoga: I love Vinyasa yoga! I practice yoga because it keeps my mind, body, and spirit all balanced and flowing wonderfully together. It lets me honor everything I want to give dues to, and in return it honors me back. And it just simply makes me happy and warm and fuzzy inside :)
  • Interesting fact: Until I hear them speak, I like to pretend that everyone I encounter has a British accent…!
  • Favorite food: MANGOS. And sourdough bread. Just not the two together.
  • Favorite color: Any colour I can see and/or distinguish.. hah! (but I’m quite partial to rich, full blues like cerulean or cobalt!)



Monique Fierro




  • Why I love Yoga: I am still in exploration with a favorite yoga style but very intrigued with Anusara yoga. Yoga is this dance that allows my spirit, mind, and physical body to come together. My practice is a way of stepping inwards in acceptance and listening to where I am.
  • Interesting fact: I’m ordained a minister through Universal Life Church and have united 3 couples in love.
  • Favorite food: Ethiopian food….yum!!!
  • Favorite color: Green



Nancy Pan




  • Why I love Yoga: I love the way my yoga practice changes and grows with me. I can be having a completely stressed out horrible day, but after a yoga class my body and mind always ends up in a more relaxed state. That first inhale after stepping out of a yoga class is always so uplifting and refreshing, you really do feel like you can conquer anything.
  • Interesting fact: My favorite gifts to give are homemade one, so I am usually baking or crafting in my free time!
  • Favorite food: Homemade chocolate cake: moist chocolate cake with gooey dark chocolate frosting.
  • Favorite color: Dark Purple



Shanise Smith




  • Why I love Yoga: I enjoy practicing yoga because it benefits your body in so many ways and is a big confident booster!
  • Interesting fact: I love to smile.
  • Favorite food: Pizza
  • Favorite color: Pink



Stacey Trinh




  • Why I love Yoga: Yoga helps me build a greater connection to the Earth. I also love yoga beause it keeps me happy and healthy!
  • Interesting fact: I tend to sound a little too enthusiatic whenever I write, type, or text due to my excessive use of exclamation marks (!) and smiley faces :)
  • Favorite food: Pumpkin pie… simply because it gives off a warm and welcoming sensation!
  • Favorite color: Purple



THE Start-up GIRLS

Kati Torres-Garcia




  • Why I love Yoga: I love yoga because I always feel better after a class – mentally and physically.
  • Interesting fact: I’ve been playing the piano since I was 5 years old.
  • Favorite food: Japanese and Italian…I can’t decide which one!




Kayleigh Spicer




  • Why I love Yoga: I love yoga because what other form of exercise let’s you take a nap after all your hard work?
  • Interesting fact: I still sleep with my childhood blanket! :p
  • Favorite food: Italian! I love me some good pasta dishes



Past Yoga Instructors

Briana Rosas




  • Why I love Yoga:Yoga allows me to understand myself on a much deeper level I ever thought possible. I realized what my weaknesses and strengths are through asanas, poses, and every single movement I make in a yoga practice. With our forever changing emotions and temperaments, yoga allows me to stay in control. I understand my emotions better, and even though we all have our moments of weakness, I am able to entirely accept myself and who I am. Even with all the flaws I have…I accept this, and am happy.
  • Interesting fact: My favorite music is Japanese Visual Kei/Heavy Metal. Other than yoga, headbanging and moshing at a death metal concert is the best workout ever!
  • Favorite food: Lasagna, and any kind of Japanese cuisine.
  • Teaching style: My specialty is Ashtanga yoga. I pull from the Primary Series, Intermediate Series, and only sometimes do I show you a few poses from the Advanced A Series (if the class is ALL LEVELS). Like all Ashtanga teachers, I focus on coordinating the breath with each movement so that you can purify the blood and build stamina in your practice. I do love meditation, so at the end of every practice, I will give you a nice chance to relax!




Erica Majtenyi




  • Why I love Yoga: I love yoga because it keeps me healthy, quiets my mind, and gives me confidence about every aspect of my life. I never thought I would be able to touch my toes, and now I can put my entire palm on the ground! Normally my thoughts would always find ways to tell me that I’m not good enough to do something or worries too much about the past, and yet when I step onto my yoga mat, my mind immediately becomes still and non-judgmental. And throughout my life I have felt self-conscious about my looks and my unique personality, but when I practice yoga, I feel beautiful.
  • Interesting fact: I love video games! I would play them morning, noon, and night if I could.
  • Favorite food: Macaroni and Cheese
  • Teaching style: Energizing yet calming Vinyasa Flow set to contemporary music.



Jason Gorenstein




  • Why I love Yoga: Because yoga exists within everything!
  • Interesting fact: I really enjoy meditation, is that interesting or what! lol…
  • Favorite food: Dal and rice (or a juicy cheeseburger!)
  • Teaching style: Meditate, Powerful, Fun, & Still!




Justin Jerz




  • Why I love Yoga: It’s the closest feeling to truly being free….
  • Interesting fact: I’m a bass guitar player that backpacks and spears for fish.
  • Favorite food: I desire Italian! Anything with olive oil, basil, and garlic =)
  • Teaching style: A blend of Vinyasa and Iyengar principles and disciplines.



Michelle Chua




  • Why I love Yoga: I love yoga because it keeps me balanced and grounded.
  • Interesting fact: I’m a zamba dancer.
  • Favorite food: I love any food with delicious vegetables integrated in it.


Nadia Movsesian




  • Why I love Yoga: Yoga is overall wellness. I started Yoga over 10 years ago and since then I’ve not only felt healthier and stronger, but I also function better both physically and mentally.
    Yoga has also helped my self-esteem. English is my second language and because of my accent, I wouldn’t go certain places, talk to some people or apply to some jobs. Yoga helped me overcome all these insecurities; my focus is better and my mind is stronger, and now I am teaching Yoga and getting great reviews for it.
    Those of you who never tried Yoga – “just do it” and if you are practicing it I hope you keep up the good work.
  • Interesting fact: I can imitate people…sometimes….
  • Favorite food: Lamb chops and french fries!


New to Yoga

Benefits of Yoga

  • Weight Loss
  • Build Strength
  • Improves lung function
  • Joint mobility
  • Gain and increase energy
  • Strengthens bones
  • Increases metabolism
  • Enhances balance
  • Improves blood flow
  • Creates cleansing and healing moving you to a higher state of well-being
  • Reduces anxiety and depression
  • Stress management
  • Helps heal injuries and chronic pain




Frequently Asked Questions

What do I wear to class?

Clothing should be comfortable and allow for free range of motion. Tight clothes may impede circulation and your body’s energy flow. It is best to avoid strongly scented perfume or fragrances as a courtesy to those who are chemically sensitive.

I’m not flexible…can I take yoga?

Yes! Come to class so you can become flexible! Keep in mind, every person’s body is made differently therefore, progress time varies from person to person.

How many times a week should I attend class?

Yoga is amazing-even if you only practice for one hour a week, you will experience the benefits of the practice. If you can do more than that, you will certainly experience more benefits Starting with two or three times a week is a good start. If you can only do 20 minutes per session, that’s fine too. Don’t let time constraints or unrealistic goals be an obstacle-do what you can and don’t worry about it. You will likely find that after awhile your desire to practice expands naturally and you will find yourself doing more and more.

I have an existing injury, is it ok to try yoga?

Always feel free to introduce yourself to your instructor and describe any injuries you might have. He or she will then be able to advise you as to how to “work around” your problem area to avoid further injury. The instructor may also be able to suggest particular exercises that might help to bring increased mobility and healing to your injuries. In any event, listen to your body’s feedback. If anything you do in yoga feels painful or uncomfortable, you should “back off”. Your instructor will most likely be able to recommend an appropriate alternative pose for you during the class.

When can I expect to see progress?

Each individual will respond differently, based on a variety of factors such as: age, physical condition, genetics, etc. It is more important to embrace where your practice is and let go of any self-imposed goals. Yoga is truly a life-long practice, one that you can go on exploring as long as you live.

Why are you supposed to refrain from eating 2 to 3 hours before class?

In yoga practice we twist from side to side, turn upside down, and bend forward and backward. If you have not fully digested your last meal, it will make itself known to you in ways that are not comfortable. If you are a person with a fast-acting digestive system and are afraid you might get hungry or feel weak during yoga class, experiment with a light snack such as yogurt, a few nuts, or juice about 30 minutes to an hour before class.


Specials

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Sign up for a monthly or 1yr membership this month

and receive a FREE 1-HR PRIVATE YOGA SESSION ($100 value)!

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How does it work? It’s as easy as 1-2-3 BABY!

First-You sign up for one month UNLIMITED $119, you follow our Bang’n Body recommended regimen for 28 days out of the month… you start to see resultsyou get 20% off your next month UNLIMITED!

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For best results follow our Bang’n Body Recommended Regimen, this is a hand picked cocktail of formats.

Mon-Yoga AM/PM     Tue-Pilates AM/Yoga PM    Wed- YBarre AM/PM

Thurs-Yoga AM/PM    Fri-Pilates AM/Yoga PM      

Sat- YBarre AM           Sun-Yoga AM

**If you should have any questions along the way we will be right here to help, we want you to succeed!

ATTENTION MEMBERS:  Take advantage of the Bang’n Body recommended regimen!  Follow the guide for that BANG’N BODY!!!!

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