All new and returning students taking regular or drop-in classes must fill out a Class Registration Form. For those ONLY taking yoga, you may fill out this shorter Yoga Registration Form. If you prefer a hard copy of the form to fill out, please email us.
All tuition is in US Dollars and is due the first week of class. Please submit the Class Registration Form and payment before or on the first day of class. We can accept cash, venmo, or checks (made out to Mary Schnepf).
FALL TUITION RATES:
45 minute class (Primary): $200
1 hour class: $225
1 ¼ hour class: $250
30 minute pointe class: $75
15 minute pre-pointe class: $40
Drop-in rate: $20 per regular class
Drop-in rate for class + pre-pointe (same day): $25
Drop-in rate for class + pointe (same day): $30
Vinyasa Flow Yoga Session:
Prepay in full for 10-week session: $160 (October – December)
Drop-in rate for yoga: $20 per class
Modern/Contemporary 5-week session:
Prepay in full for 5-week session: $75 (10/20-11/17)
Drop-in rate for Modern/Contemporary: $20 per class
Registration fees are paid only once per year. If you or your child paid for the Fall semester, you will not owe a registration fee for Spring.
$20 Registration Fee per student
$30 Family Registration Fee (for 2 or more students – immediate family only)
There is no registration fee for students only taking yoga.
Students taking two or more REGULAR classes in a semester receive 20% off total cost of the semester. No discount is available for drop-in classes. Pointe/pre-pointe classes count as add-on classes and will not count as the qualifying 2nd class, however, students taking Pointe/pre-pointe PLUS 2 regular classes will receive 20% off their total.
Current students taking the full 10-week session of yoga who are taking at least one regular class will receive a 25% discount off of yoga ($120 for full session). Discount will not be applied to the drop-in rate.
Discounts can only be applied for students registering at the beginning of the semester. Discounts cannot be applied to students starting after the first week of classes.