Try a class $10*


Tired of yoga as just another group exercise class taught by inexperienced instructors? YogaHotDish has the workout AND the work-in you crave in a serene, small-group setting with individualized attention.  


Note: Classes on hiatus 8/23-9/4

Tues 9:30 am, North Oaks Golf Club

Thurs 9:30 am,  AP YOGA/Go Deep (by invitation) 

Wed 12:30 pm LONG LIFE & 7pm  ALL-LEVEL  –E REC

Sat 9:30 am  SLOW FLOW  ( outdoors spring/fall) –E REC


Monday 9:30 am Midland Hills Golf Club (by invitation)

Thurs 5:45 pm Arden Hills City Hall 


Please arrive no more than 10 mins. early. *$10 rate prospectives only–not applicable to instructors, out-of-area, etc.

Thurs 9am Advanced Yoga

More yoga for your moola! Students/Millenials-at-Home $10/class. (Better Than) Unlimited Yoga: pre-pay 1 weekly class, add-a-second $10 (pay-as-you-go), 3rd is FREE. Contact Form here.


IS THIS YOU? –“TURTLING” AT YOUR COMPUTER? Get off your chair and onto a yoga mat. YogaHotDish makes it easy to try, commit and succeed! 


STEP 1) Pick a class and SHOW UP.  Email RSVP’s appreciated — Classes are small and equipment provided, so we want to be sure we’re ready for you.   $10 “Try it” rate available for all classes except Midland Hills. Normal drop-in rates are $15-20/ class, so it’s a good deal.  Why not a free trial? You’ll be receiving a lot of individual attention your first class, not left to fend for yourself in the back.  Once you’re a regular, you’ll appreciate that the class isn’t filled with fly-by free yoga seekers.

STEP 2) Decide if Yoga HotDish is right for you. If it’s not, pay the $10 and move on.  Otherwise, choose a weekly class and sign up for the session (pro-rate in OK). Sessions run 2-3 mos. at a rate of $10-15/class.  The only way YHD is like a health club: once you’re signed up, show up anywhere to get your class in, even if it’s not your “home” location.  That said, the people who succeed pretty much stick to the same class time every week.  Serious students treat it like a doctor appointment. Would you cancel a doctor appointment to go to lunch with friends or get your cable upgraded?

STEP 3) Attendance is Everything.  Yoga is pass/fail: if you show up, your pass, if not…  Whatever body, mind or attitude that shows up on a given day, YogaHotDish will meet you there. If you have to miss a class, make it up when you can at another location. Once-per-week is really a minimal practice.

STEP 4) Get more yoga for less with “Better Than Unlimited Yoga.”   As your body becomes used to the practice and the benefits kick in,  you’ll want to do yoga more than once per week.   As long as you’re an enrolled “regular” somewhere, you can add on an extra class for just $10, pay-as-you-go.   So that’s 2 classes/ week for $20-25.  But it gets better:  if you show up for a 3rd, 4th, 5th class in the week,  there’s NO EXTRA CHARGE.  You can do all the yoga you can stand for just $20-25/ week –far cheaper than the typical studio, and there’s NO LONG-TERM CONTRACT.  You’re only committing to one class per week, one session at a time!

THE FINE PRINT ON MAKE-UPS  If you continue to renew, session after session, you can carry your make-ups forward.  Make up those missed classes when you get around to it– you keep track and let the instructor know.  It gets complicated when you don’t renew your 2 to 3-month commitment to your weekly class.  Unfortunately, the YogaHotDish plan does NOT allow you to “stockpile” make-ups after you leave the program. When you don’t renew for the current session, you FORFEIT any make-ups from previous sessions. For committed students, make-ups are uber flexible–  gift a family member or friend one of your make-ups if you’re having a hard time getting your classes in.

Unlike the health club / yoga studio business models, YHD banks on you showing up. Those other places bet on people signing up but not showing up. 

To be clear:  If you miss a class during a session, the onus is on YOU to make it up.  YogaHotDish cannot credit your missed classes to your next session.  They don’t “roll over” –it’s not T Mobile! It’s independent yoga. Have you ever tried to renege on a health club contract?  Those are for a year–at least YogaHotDish is only a 2-3 month commitment and you have all the time you need to get your make-ups in as long as you keep renewing.