In Phase 3, indoor fitness is permitted at 50% capacity, so long as social distancing of 6 feet between students can be maintained. At the moment, we have designated, socially distanced, marked spots for 7 students plus the teacher inside the yoga room. Per state mandate, face masks are still required in indoor spaces.
We're all about the ventilation: Thrive has a *big* back window in the yoga room as well as windows in our community area; these windows as well as the two yoga room doors are all open during every class, and our two yoga room fans are running for every class. So, even in our hot classes, you'll notice it's nice and breezy. Our infrared heaters in the yoga room feel like sunlight, so even on cooler or windier days, it's still cozy warm inside!
Want to get in the hot room?! Check out our Pricing tab, pick the option that's best for you, and book indoor classes to your heart's content!
Flow with us in-person or flow with us on Zoom: all our in-person classes are also live-streamed!
We get it: pandemic fatigue is real. Experts, psychologists, scientists agree: exercise, and particularly yoga, makes it better (check out resources here, here, and here):
"experts say exercise is the best thing we can do for coping with COVID-19. ... Exercise releases endorphins, which relieve stress and boost our sense of pleasure. Exercise also channels out adrenaline when frustration builds up."
Keep reading below and on our FAQs page for anything else you may be wondering about. Still got questions? We've got answers! Shoot us an email at or give us a call at 360.626.6031!
Before you come and flow with us, please read the below!
1. Do a self-screening at home
Do you have COVID-19?
Have you had symptoms of COVID-19 within the last 14 days, such as cough, fever, chills, shortness of breath, headache, sore throat, vomiting or diarrhea, or recent loss of taste or smell?
Lastly: have you had contact with a person that has or is suspected to have COVID-19 within the last 14 days?
If you answered "yes" to any of the above - please get better! And please stay home.
2. Get ready for class
Register and book your spot online! You can pay online or in-person at our front desk.
Get fully dressed for class; our locker rooms are closed. (But if you want to change after class, our restroom is open!)
Be sure to bring everything you’ll need for class, including your face mask, your mat, your yoga towel, your water bottle, and any props you think could help your practice. We are offering up our own props (blocks, straps, bolsters) for some classes but generally have a limited availability of those props since we allow ample disinfection time between uses.
3. wear a face mask to go inside
When you arrive at the studio, check in with the teacher at the front desk and set up your yoga mat in the yoga room or on our back deck.
Upon arrival, wash your hands for at least 20 seconds or avail yourself of our amply provided hand sanitizer.
5. Maintain social distancing at all times
Stay six feet apart from others, at all times, to the greatest extent possible.
have an awesome class!
We're so excited to have you back in the studio!
Good to know: towel service is finally back.
We got the blessing from our Industrial Hygienist consultant to bring towels back. And we're pretty stoked about it! If you take a hot class with us, at the end, you'll have the option to remove your face mask just long enough to enjoy the feeling of a cool citrus towel on your face.
good to know: how we clean
We're stocked up on disinfectants approved by the EPA to kill the Coronavirus. We regularly disinfect high-touch surfaces. The methods by which we clean and disinfect our studio and our props are all in consultation with an Industrial Hygienist (an expert on how to keep people safe against hazards such as the Coronavirus).
Good to know: people at high-risk
Consider flowing with us from home via one of our Virtual Membership options if you're at high-risk. Washington state construes high-risk as: “people who are over the age of 65, people with serious underlying medical conditions like chronic lung disease or moderate to severe asthma, and people who are immunocompromised.”