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New to the Wellness Lab?

The Wellness Lab is what we call our classroom spaces, which consist of an open studio space and a teaching kitchen. We are glad you're here!

Your first yoga, meditation, or sound healing class is on us,
OR you can use those credits to take 1/2 off your first cooking class.

PLEASE READ the following information carefully. It explains how our credit system works.

General

  1. You'll need to create an account on our booking site in order to purchase passes and register for classes. If you need help with this step, please stop by the store during open hours or give us a call at 864-502-8328.

  2. Participants under the age of 18 will need a legal guardian to sign the liability waiver. Once the waiver is signed, students age 16 and over may attend adult classes without a guardian present.

  3. Once you have an account, you will need to purchase credits in order to register for classes, workshops, and other events. Each activity has an assigned number of credits. For instance, yoga classes are 3 credits and cooking classes are 8.

  4. While logged in to your StudioBookings account, go to the tab marked "Store." For your first class, choose the First Class (Free) package and "purchase" it for $0. That will apply 4 credits to your account.

  5. If your first class is a cooking class, you will need to purchase an additional 4 credits. Choose "Single Credit - Drop-in" and change the quantity to 4. Your package will be $20.

  6. Now, head to the Classes tab and choose your class from the calendar.

  7. When you register for a class, workshop, or event, the system will debit credits from your account. If you do not have enough credits on account, you will not be able to register for a class. Please see the Pricing page for more information on credits.

  8. Please note that you may forfeit credits if you cancel your registration for a class, workshop, or other event outside of the cancellation window. Read descriptions carefully.

  9. Arrive for your first class 10-15 minutes early, so we can help you get settled.

  10. Use the provided lockers to stow belongings, especially that phone!

  11. Some community events offer a Bring Your Own Beverage/Food option. We ID for these events, and no one under 21 may bring in or consume alcohol.

  12. Have fun!

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Yoga, Meditation, & Sound Healing Classes

  1. Wear comfortable clothing that allows freedom of movement. Keep in mind that you might be bending over or lying down during these classes.

  2. We do not "heat" the room beyond a comfortable 68-72 degrees Fahrenheit. In an active class, your body's movement will generate the necessary heat to break a sweat.

  3. Go bare! Take off those socks and shoes. Yoga is best done sans foot covering. Mediation and sound healing can be lovely with cozy socks on your feet.

  4. Gas happens. It just does. Move on.

  5. Refrain from wearing strongly scented personal care products as these can be irritating to your fellow practitioners while breathing deeply.

  6. Focus on yourself. It doesn't matter what anyone else is doing. This is your time to focus on yourself. No comparisons.

  7. We provide mats, blankets, straps, bolsters, and blocks, but you are welcome to bring your own props if you feel more comfortable with your own things.

  8. Enjoy. This is your place.

Cooking Classes

  1. We suggest wearing closed toes shoes and clothing that covers your legs.

  2. We provide all supplies for cooking classes unless otherwise noted in class descriptions.

  3. Wash those hands! We will offer multiple opportunities to wash hands before, during, and after class.
     

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