FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Where is HAUM?
How do I get there?
What are your COVID-19 protocols?
Our priority at HAUM is keeping our community safe. Our studios are cleaned and sanitized daily. If you’re not feeling well, we invite you to stay home and join one of our livestream classes. We follow local and CDC guidelines. Currently, no masks or vaccination are required to enter or practice at our studios.
How do I book a class?
On the main menu under Practice, click on our Daily Schedule to view our offerings. Click Register then select Livestream or In Studio. If you already purchased a class pack or subscription, sign in on the next screen, or complete your purchase as a guest.
Do you offer memberships?
Yes! A HAUM monthly membership includes:
- Unlimited in-person classes
- Unlimited livestream classes
- One FREE Monthly Buddy Pass!
- 10% off retail
- Free towel rental
- Quarterly members-only workshops
- New members receive 50% off their first month!
There is no commitment and is valid at both HAUM locations. Click here to sign up!
Do you have virtual classes?
Yes. All of our classes are live-streamed, so you have the option of practicing at HAUM or at…home! As a bonus, all our classes are recorded and accessible through the HAUM On-Demand Library!
Do you have intro specials or discounts?
We sure do! Choose the option that works best for you:
- Monthly Membership: new members receive 50% off first month
- Rolling 10 Class Pack: $23.5 per class; savings of $6.5 per class
- 10 Class Pack: $25 per class; savings of $5 per class
- 10 Class Pack Livestream: $13 per class; savings of $2 per class
We also offer $15 Community Classes Monday through Friday at both of our locations. Everyone deserves to experience the feeling of coming home! Join us on your lunch break for a midday flow!
We care for those who care for our community! Do you work for a community nonprofit or a public safety organization? Are you a nurse, EMT, or K–12 teacher? Enjoy 15% off any regular package when purchased with a valid ID in one of our studios (not valid for drop-ins).
What’s the cancellation policy?
We get it — life happens. If you’re unable to attend your in-person or virtual practice, we ask that you cancel your class at least two hours prior to the start time. We’re unable to credit classes back to you if you cancel within the two hours before start time.
What should I wear?
While we are not a “hot” yoga studio, you will sweat in class! We suggest you wear comfortable clothing you can easily move around in: nothing so tight that it restricts your movement, but nothing so loose that extra fabric gets in your way. Quick-drying or athletic clothes and gear are ideal, since there are no showers onsite.
What should I bring?
The yogi’s version of phone, keys, wallet is: mat, towel, water! If you forget or come on a whim, not to worry: we rent out hand-sized sweat towels and Lululemon mats. We also have a variety of high-quality mats and gear for purchase.
What’s proper etiquette for the studio?
One of the joys of practicing at HAUM is being in a community of fellow yogis who’ve got your back! The best ways to show love and respect to your yoga family are: arrive on time for class and stay for savasana. We also ask that you practice good hygiene and are free of any strong scents while in the space. Lastly, please do not interrupt the teacher during class. Any of our teachers would be happy to answer questions after practice!
What if I’m new to yoga?
If you’re new to yoga, welcome! We are here to support you. Our teachers are trained to offer modifications throughout the class, ensuring that all bodies in the room feel safe and supported. Our classes are open to all levels, with the only exception being our ‘Vinyasa Level 2/3’. Check out our Class Types to learn more!
While you’re certainly welcome to take any class you like, our quarterly Foundations Class is specially designed for yoga novices. Discover the unique benefits of each class type, learn essential yoga poses used across various formats, and get answers to the questions you’ve always wanted to ask: Are the expensive yoga mats really worth it? What’s an “eight-limbed path”? Register for our Foundations class and find out!