Frequently Asked Questions


What should I bring for class?

All you need is YOU!

If you have your own preferred mat, please bring it but we have extra mats here if you forget yours! If you know you tend to be on the sweatier side (as do most of us!) please bring a towel to help with any slipping.

Water is suggested!
 

What should I wear?

Dress according to your own personal needs & comfort. Wear clothes that will allow you to move and stretch and that will be breathable. An outfit that you would wear on a jog on a warm day will work well for most of our active classes, while it may be nice to have a few more layers for restorative classes where there is less/no vigorous movement.

No shoes are allowed in the yoga room, and we don't recommend wearing any socks during practice.
 

When should I arrive?

Please arrive roughly 10 minutes early for your first visit.  This will allow enough time for registration and a brief orientation or questions before class begins.

We encourage you to sign in online which will save you time at check-in and secure your space in class.

Doors open 15 minutes prior to the class start time.
 

Where can I park?


Parking is free on most of the surrounding streets near the studio. Please be mindful of any street signs or parking restrictions. Street parking is mostly easy to come by, but if it is a weekend and Old Town is packed, there is a parking lot on the corner of 5th St. and Mercedes St. that can be accessed from the alley on the back side of the studio. There is also a free parking structure a few blocks down towards the Convention Center. The address for the parking structure is 28690 Mercedes St. Temecula, CA 92590

What kind of payments do you accept?

We  accept debit/credit purchases online and in the studio as well as cash purchases in-studio.

How do I sign up for class?


Signing up for class is quick, simple, and makes showing up to practice an easy seamless process. You can check the schedule online here and register or purchase any classes/memberships online beforehand. This will ensure your space in class is held as some of our classes can fill up quickly.
 

What type of class should I attend?

There is a class for everyone at HOME! Please take a look at our class descriptions and our online class schedule to see our current offerings.

If you are new to Vinyasa yoga, we recommend starting with one of our Gentle Yoga classes or Level 1 Alignment classes. These classes provide an open environment to learn, move, and dive into the specifics of the practice. Suitable for both new students and seasoned ones looking to refine their practice.
 

I have an injury can I still practice yoga?

That depends. What did your doctor say?

While we'd like to tell you that yoga will always heal you, we simply can't make those kinds of promises. Many students find yoga to be a helpful resource when working through an injury but it depends on the specifics and severity. Please consult with your doctor/physical therapist/bodyworker AND let your teacher know what is going on so that we can work through any necessary modifications for class.

We are here to help, but we are not qualified to diagnose any injuries or illness so your physician and your own intuition are the first lines of defense when working with an injury.
 

I'm pregnant, can I still come to class? Which one would be best for me?

That depends. What did your provider say?

While more & more providers are recommending women do yoga during pregnancy (which is great!), the general rule of thumb is not to start anything new or potentially stressful to your body during pregnancy.

If you've had a steady practice before pregnancy, likely you'll be able to enjoy continuing your practice throughout - but if you've never stepped on a yoga mat before, now may not be the best time to jump into a vigorous vinyasa class. We'd recommend you integrate yoga into your pregnancy with either our Restorative class or Level 1 Alignment.

If you have any questions regarding yoga during your pregnancy please reach out to your teacher before class starts.