Effective October 19, 2018
Financial Assistance, Sliding Scale and Scholarship
Our Mission: Make Yoga Accessible to All
Our rates are fair value for our area. Rates include the very best teachers, rent, insurance and general overhead to run a safe and stable studio. Committing to a regular yoga practice is an investment of time and money. Even with our competitive rates it may be a burden on the budget when life happens; employment changes, health challenges or other unexpected financial concerns arise.
If you can not afford our rates, please contact Jen Irwin for sliding scale, scholarship or work-trade classes. Your practice is important to us and so is your privacy. Practice now and when you can help others in the community, the opportunity will present itself to return the support that came to you.
Please pay full price if you can afford it.
We also welcome your support for Dew Yoga’s sliding scale and scholarship programs that keep our mission alive.
Please note, we are not a non-profit.
- Class Cards expire in 1 year. We are flexible. If you suffer a hardship, please contact us to discuss.
- Classes and Memberships are Transferable: If you have classes on your card or time left on your membership that you can no longer use, please consider donating them back to us for use by a scholarship recipient or give your classes to a friend.
- Class Card Sharing: Bring a friend or share your 5, 10, or 20 class card with a family member.
Coupons and Discount Programs
We do not participate in discount programs. We believe in the value of the services we provide. The teachers at Dew have invested considerable amounts of time and expense on their trainings and studies.
If you want to check us out without paying full price, attend our karma donation class on Saturday mornings at 8am. There are no fees, a donation of any amount can be left.
If our fees are a hardship on your budget, please contact us for sliding scale.
Our rates are competitive and lower than some other studios in the area. Please pay full price if you can afford it so we can continue to make Yoga accessible to all.