Get off your _____ and get on your mat!
Here is a list of places, besides One Love Yoga San Diego, where you can get donation based or discounted prices on your yoga:
San Diego Yoga Loft
Downtown San Diego a lot of offernigs at a Donation.
Red Lotus Society
Downtown San Diego, lots of offerings, meditation, etc.
I work here, one of the best deals is for local, Eastlake or Chula Vista residents, 7 days of yoga for $7. It’s a smaller studio, smaller classes, gives you more of an intimate feeling and more attention than the big “churn and burn” studios. Local owners, beautiful studio, worth your time to check out.
Akasha Yoga, La Jolla
Yes, I work here too, but obviously not all of these places I work. First time students can get a 3 class for $20 pass. That works out to be a little less than $7 a class and it gives you a month to try out the studio. They also have different membership levels,offering great discount. This is a small studio, classes never get too big so you have a more intimate feeling and it’s locally owned.
UCSD Recreation Department
I know a lot of people who work in the La Jolla area by Torrey Pines in the Biotech ‘farms’ up there. Rather than get into your car and spend the next hour sitting on Genesse to get to the 5, go take a yoga class up the street. Most of the classes are in RIMAC, as a part of the FIT LIFE program there. Yes you have to pay for parking, but sometimes you get lucky and find a spot nearby. And trust me, everyone is trying to get out of there so you’re more likely to not pay. The cost varies depending on what class you want to take. But for example, one of the Saturday classes cost $55 for the quarter. That was 8 classes for $55. Do you need me to do the math on that? There are also unlimited class passes available for the quarter.
I’m going to do a little more research and keep posting these things that I find. Stay tuned….