1054 Beacon Street
2000 Massachusetts Avenue
306 Walnut Street
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get started? Take advantage of our Newcomer Pass — $30 for 30 days of unlimited yoga. You will be prompted to create a user profile and complete your purchase. Plan to arrive to your first class 10-15 minutes early so you have plenty of time to become oriented, settled, and ready to experience your first class. If you prefer to sign up in-studio, simply arrive 15-20 minutes before class. We are delighted to assist you.
What should I wear? Wear comfortable clothing that you can move in. Yoga is practiced barefoot. We ask that you leave your shoes at the door when you enter the studio.
Do I need to bring a yoga mat? We always have community mats for non-heated classes that you can borrow free of charge. If you are taking a heated flow class, we ask that you rent a heated flow mat for $3 and use a towel for hygienic purposes. You can bring your own mat towel, or rent one at the desk for $3. You can also rent the mat & towel together for $5.
Can I buy water at the studio? In keeping with our commitment to reducing waste, Down Under does not sell water bottles, though we do have filtered water dispensers. Bring your own bottle and fill up in the studio.
Where do I keep my things? Each studio has a coat rack and lockers for your use during class. Lockers are free of charge and you simply set your own code to secure them - no padlock needed. Help us keep a tranquil space in the studio. Turn off your cell phone and leave it in a locker during class. Phones not permitted in class studios at any time.
Do you have showers? The Brookline studio has two single-stall, unisex shower rooms. Please bring your own soaps and towels or rent a towel for $2 at the front desk. Unfortunately, the Newton and Cambridge studios are not able to accommodate showers at this time.
Can I leave early? Out of respect towards yourself, your teacher, and fellow students please arrive early and stay through the end of class.
Do teachers offer hands-on adjustments? Sometimes teachers and assistants teach with their hands. If you prefer not to be touched, simply mention that to the teacher before or during class.