Hi! Welcome Wildone.

Whether yoga is a new lifestyle choice or Wildlight is just a new studio space for your practice, we welcome you heartfully. Our Studio is a place to grow, gain flexibility, deepen your practice, become stronger, and connect to our community, we have a mat ready for you.   We are a studio rooted in a culture of connection, we seek to honor all bodies, minds + souls and invite you to be a part of our community.

You are welcome to come exactly as you are, and these unchanging practices will meet you there. Yoga is not just for the flexible or the strong. There is a place for you at Wildlight.

We're here to help you choose the right class for your needs and help you prepare. 

Most of our classes are beginner friendly, and we aslo have beginner workshops. You can read each class description by clicking on "classes" above, or when you click on the class from the calendar. If you're not sure where to start, we are always happy to help you find the right class - send us an email!

All of our classes, community events, and workshops require pre-payment and registration.

Our online scheduling system is through FitDEGREE. You will be redirected to FitDEGREE from our website when you go to schedule or purchase classes. You will be required to create an account before you can register for a class.


We have mats you can borrow but we encourage you to purchase a mat and bring it with you. We DO offer all other yoga props at the studio for you to use, or you are welcome to bring your own.  Many mats and props are available for purchase at the studio.

Wear comfortable clothing that allows free movement. It’s also a good idea to dress in layers so you can add and remove clothing as your body temperature adjusts through class.

Our doors are locked after class starts, please show up on time and/or up to 5-10 minutes early.  Be on your mat when the class starts

DO NOT come to class if you are sick, experiencing any symptoms, or have recently been in contact with someone that is sick.


Shoes and coats can be left in the space by the front door. Yoga is practiced with bare feet for traction and connection. The practice room takes on a quality of sanctuary from the first step in the door.

We are a device-free space. Please turn off and silence phones and watches. Disconnect from all devices while you're here.  We all come to unplug and unwind from the noise! If you need your phone with you for emergencies, just let your teacher know.

There are mats and other props available for you to use during class, just make sure you clean them off after class. If you have a regular practice, please bring your own mat.


These are our guidelines for creating the safest experience for yourself and others:

  • Be on time. Give yourself extra time to park. We suggest arriving at least 5 minutes before the start of class so you have time to prepare and settle in.
  • DO NOT come to class if you are sick, experiencing any symptoms, or have recently been in contact with someone that is sick.
  • Please do not wear strong perfumes or smoke before class as it is very distracting. Please also respect the space and your fellow yogis by keeping your mat and body clean and odor free.
  • Doors will be locked when class begins and no admittance beyond this time.
  • You can bring your own water with you to class, but nothing else.
  • The practice room is designed to be a quiet space for personal reflection and movement. Please limit your conversations before, during, and after class while in the practice space.
  • Please listen to your own body’s limitations, nobody knows it better than you. If you have any specific injuries or concerns that you want to share, please let your instructor know before class begins.
  • Please do not leave before class is over. If you need to leave early from class, please let the instructor know in advance.
  • Please return all props neatly to their proper storage space in the way that you found them. We have mat cleaner and towels for you to clean your mat after class.
  • We honor the safety and well-being of our students, and any threatening behaviors and verbal harassment will not be tolerated. Alert staff if you observe any violations of these guidelines. If you see something, say something.

Wildlight has the right to refuse service to anyone in violation of these guidelines. Together we are creating this sacred healing space.


Q: When is Wildlight Open?

The building is open 10 minutes before class and for about 15 minutes after sessions are finished. The doors are locked during class or sessions.  Appointments are available, please email or call the studio.

Q: Can I really do yoga?

Yes, if you can sit and breathe, then you can do yoga. If you are new to yoga choose the Foundations or schedule a private class with one of the teachers to help get you started. You may not be sure what to do at first but thats ok, look confused and we will tell you more. If you keep at it you will be amazed at how quickly your body begins to open up, lengthen out and get stronger. Many of us do work in front of us all day and this can leave us feeling stiff, and tight. You may not think this but this tightness, soreness makes you a PERFECT yoga student.  Yoga really works, especially when you are tight (TRUTH). Yes, you really can do yoga.  We will meet you where you are.  Give us a jingle if you want some help landing in the right class!

Q: What if I can't do the poses?

All of our bodies are different. Remember, some people may never be able to look a certain way in a pose because of skeletal variation, its a real thing! That's what makes us so unique and jean shopping impossible. There are literally thousands of yoga poses, and no one is going to be able to do all of them.  We modify for our bodies. Yoga is meant to leave us feeling good, if you don't feel good you don't come back, and you don't like yoga.  So, don't do poses that you cant do, we will help you find poses that you feel great in!

Q: Can kids come to regular classes?

Anyone 15 or older can attend an adult class with the teacher's permission. Teaching kids and adolescents is different than teaching adults. Anyone under 18 must have a legal guardian sign their waiver of release.