Our Videos of the Studio
Flow Yoga’s anniversary video and studio tour.
FLOW YOGA’S 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY VIDEO
TOUR OF OUR LEESBURG STUDIO
Best of Loudoun 2018
We LOVE helping our community feel happier and healthier.
Thank you for voting for us for five years in a row! We are humbled and grateful.
Also, Congratulations to Jamie Markle for being recognized as Runner Up for Best Yoga/Pilates Instructor
Take the stairs across from Los Tios to the 3rd floor.
Just past the Wine’ing Butcher, 2nd floor, end of hall.
Frequently Asked Questions
Below are some of the most common questions we get from new and current students.
How much do classes cost?
Prices vary depending on how many classes you want to purchase. Click here to view our current class rates and packages.
What is your class schedule?
You can view our complete class schedule here (and pre-register for a class too!).
Can I register for classes online?
Yes! You can register online for all our classes and most special events–like guest teacher events and trainings. Click here to register for a class now!
What should I expect as a new student?
Expect yoga to offer more than fitness. Yoga offers health, wellness, restoration and relaxation. Expect to sweat. Some of our classes are heated and sweating is an intentional component of practice at Flow Yoga that is used to cleanse toxins from your body.
What should I bring?
An open mind and a positive attitude. Also, please bring a yoga mat, large towel, and water. We also have mats and towels to rent for $1.00. We also offer bottled water for sale $1.00 and filtered water for you to refill your water bottle for free.
What should I wear?
Please wear what is comfortable and allows you to move and stretch most. Wear what you might wear for any other sort of indoor exercise. No shoes are needed as all classes are done in bare feet.
Should I eat before class?
You should come to class on an empty stomach. You should not have food for 1-3 hours before class. You can drink juice or eat fruits up to 1 hour before class.
What about water?
You should drink plenty of water everyday, this is better than just drinking water before or during class. With yoga, you are simultaneously cleansing all the systems of your body from the inside out. It is important to stay hydrated so your elimination systems can support your efforts.
What if I have injuries or illnesses?
Please let the teacher know if you are pregnant, had surgery, or have any injuries, illnesses, or special conditions. You can most likely still do most yoga postures, with a few modifications that the teacher will show you.
How long is class?
Classes range from 60 to 75 minutes.
How often should I come?
Come as often as you can. A daily practice from the beginning can relax into a regimen of 3 or 4 times per week. You’ll find you want to do this practice. It’s fun! It works! You will start organizing your schedule to fit it in. In fact, the harder this yoga is for you initially, the more you need to do it and the more you are going to benefit from it. The time and effort you put into yoga will be returned to you tenfold.
How does yoga at Flow Yoga differ from other forms?
Yoga at Flow Yoga is a flowing athletic practice that stresses motion and freedom over perfection in each pose. No matter who you are, no matter what your level of fitness or experience – if you’re willing to sweat, you’ll fit in!
Are beginners welcome in any class?
Absolutely! Because yoga at Flow Yoga allows you to move at your own pace, you can participate in almost any class. Take it slowly at first. With every class you take, you’ll build a base of strength and flexibility, along with an intellectual understanding of the practice. The more you practice, the more you’ll be able to integrate yoga into your everyday life – both on and off the mat! You can also mix in beginners classes and weekend beginner workshops to focus more on foundation postures, alignment, physical conditioning and mind-body connections.
Are Children allowed in classes?
Yes! Kids ages 10+ are allowed to come to any of our flow classes as long as a parent stay’s in the class with them.