New to Yoga?
Welcome! Even the most advanced practitioners have been new to yoga before. Whether you're flexible or can't touch your toes, spiritual or atheist, or if you believe you’re too much of one thing or too little of another thing - yoga is for everyone.
At Divinitree, we drop all judgements at the door so you can truly explore the practice of yoga as you are. We encourage you to come curious and with an open mind.
Perhaps you'll find that yoga is a way to deepen your connection with your self. Or perhaps you'll realize that yoga is a wonderful complement to another passion in your life. Or maybe yoga just ends up not being for you!
Whatever it may be initially and whatever it may turn out to be in the long run - you are always welcome here.
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
Anything comfortable that allows you to move at your fullest range of motion.
WHAT SHOULD I BRING TO CLASS?
We have mats at the studio that you can use, but it's strongly recommended that you bring your own. It'd also be a great idea to bring a reusable waterbottle. Our studio is stocked with straps, bolsters, and pillows so no need to worry about bringing anything extra.
Side note - please be courteous to your yoga neighbors and refrain from wearing perfume or strong scented oils or lotions.
I'M BRAND NEW TO DIVINITREE. WHAT DO I DO?
Please arrive about 10-15 minutes before your first class starts. We'll have you fill out a liability waiver, add you to our system, then give you a quick run down of the studio.
If you're local to Santa Barbara County, you're invited to take advantage of our New Student Special which is $25 for 2 weeks of unlimited yoga! During those two weeks, we encourage explore our diverse schedule and take as many classes as you would like.
HOW EARLY SHOULD I TYPICALLY ARRIVE?
We suggest you arrive 10-15 minutes before class starts so you can settle in and prepare yourself to be present for your practice.
WHAT CLASSES SHOULD I TAKE?
This is totally up to you! We recommend starting with Level 1 or “All Levels” classes and exploring from there.