Enjoy our creative vinyasa and steady flows in the great outdoors! Join us in the SE corner of Washington Park at 21st and Charnelton at 5:30pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in August. Bring your mat, a face mask for when not socially distanced, sunglasses, waterbottle, and layers to adapt to the weather. Vinyasa classes will be invigorating, steady movement classes designed for those with a good foundation of yoga experience. Steady Flow brings the pace down but keeps the heat building!
We’re excited to bring you a fun yoga fundraising event in which a portion of the proceeds go to supporting the work of the NAACP. Mudra Yoga is collaborating with 5th Street Market and Sweet Cheeks Winery to give you a great outdoor session at 10am on Sunday, July 26th (July session now full!) and August 16th. Get active with an hour of all-levels yoga in the open-air Sweet Cheeks’ patio in the 5th Street Market. Afterwards, sip a mimosa provided by Sweet Cheeks and included with your registration. $5 of each ticket will be donated to the local chapter of the NAACP. This may become a recurring event if it fills! Please register early for July 26 or August 16 sessions as space is very limited in order to stay socially distanced.
Bring your mat, sunglasses, layers in case the weather fluctuates, and a bottle of water. Also have a face mask handy for times when 6′ distance cannot be maintained. Face masks will be optional when properly socially-distanced on your mats.
Price: $20/session ($5 of each entry donated to NAACP). Price includes yoga and one mimosa. 10% off for Monthly Autopay Members.
Yoga in the Vineyard – Brigadoon, August 22
Join Brigadoon and Mudra for Yoga in the Vineyard at Brigadoon Vineyards (25166 Ferguson Road, Junction City) on Saturday, August 22 for a Vinyasa Flow at 10:30am. Start with an hour of All-levels Vinyasa Yoga on the lawn with stunning vineyard and forest views. We’ll practice to the sounds of nature and the songs of birds. Afterwards, settle into the beautiful, secluded Brigadoon canyon with friends and a delicious complimentary glass of wine. Bottles of wine are 10% off for participants on the day of the event.
Note that this stunning location can take 30-45 minutes drive from Eugene, depending on where you’re starting from. So, google directions before to make sure you give plenty of buffer time to make it there by 10:30am.
Bring your mat, sunglasses, layers in case the weather fluctuates, and a bottle of water. Also have a face mask handy for times when 6′ distance cannot be maintained. Face masks will be optional when properly socially-distanced and when practicing.
Feel free to pack a picnic and blanket and stay awhile to soak in this beautiful, serene location!
At Mudra our community shows up for one another. Here’s how we can continue that service during reopening:
Class registration/payment. Register and pay for classes ahead of time online through Mindbody to ensure that you receive a spot and to reduce contact needed for an in-person exchange. Since space is limited, please be courteous in your sign ups. If you need to cancel your registration please do it on-line at least 2 hours prior to the start time. This will open the spot up for another person.
Entry. The studio will open just 10 minutes before class start and the door will be propped open. If you arrive earlier than that, please wait in your car or outside. You may line up with 6’ spacing outside the studio doors at 10 minutes before class time. There is hand sanitizer on the front shelves – please use it as you enter. There are other bottles around the studio as well.
Follow the Stars – Six Feet Between Mats. There is space for nine in-person students and one teacher with 6’ distancing between mats! We have stars on the floor to mark proper mat placement. When you arrive, you will set up so that a star is at the front center of your mat. Please fill the right side of the room first and work left towards the prop storage shelving.
What to Bring. If you have them – your own props and mat. A filled water bottle as the drinking fountain is off duty. A face mask. Your good cheer and practice! We will not provide blankets, straps, massage balls or eye-pillows at this time. Bolsters will have waterproof coverings that can be easily disinfected.
Face Masks. We ask that you wear a cloth or disposable face mask or covering while at Mudra to protect yourself and your fellow yogis. If you have a particular reason why you can’t wear a mask, please let us know as it may be best to have you continue on virtual and pre-recorded classes at this time.
Storage. We will no longer be able to store your mat at the studio. Personal mats still at the studio will need to be taken home next time you’re in – please stop in by June 15 to do so. These are currently in the lobby area to simplify pick up. Place any of your belongings at the back of our yoga mat or in the lobby rather than in the back room to limit pinch points.
During Class. We are holding off on hugs and any hands-on assists at this time. Please practice breathing through the nose as you move. This is what most of you are used to with the normal yogic breath and a great time to reinforce it.
After Class. If you’ve used Mudra equipment, leave it in your spot as your instructor will disinfect it. Then go outside and safely socialize with your fellow yogis!
Stay Home if you have Symptoms or Contact. Please stay home if you currently have or have had within the prior two weeks any of the following symptoms:
Fever * Cough * Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing * Chills * Muscle pain * Headache * Sore throat * New loss of taste or smell
Please also stay home if you’ve had contact with someone with COVID-19 or been in a high concentration area within the prior two weeks. If you come in showing signs of illness, we will ask you not to practice and to return home. Please know not to take this personally if it happens. If you come down with COVID-19, please let us know so that we can be a helpful line in contact tracing. Know that we believe that there is no shame in contracting a virus and it is of great service to inform and protect community as much as possible.
Cleaning. The studio and high-use surfaces will be cleaned between each class with virus-killing disinfectant. The practice floor, will likewise be disinfected after each class. The studio will undergo deep cleanings throughout the week. We will continue to follow OHA requirements.
Class Scheduling. During the first weeks of opening, we will limit the number of in-studio classes each day to allow plenty of space between classes to clean and air out the space.
We will keep some classes virtual for the time being. Since props in-studio are limited, we’ll hold Relax and Restore classes virtually for some time as using pillows and blankets at home is a nice solution. We will also have our pre-recorded library of classes available online for your home practice through the summer as well.
Get Your Props, Support Mudra
Our equipment supplier, Manduka, is teaming up to graciously support studios during our current global crisis. It’s a win-win for you, us and them! You buy props for your home practice (and eventually in-studio!), use our code MUDRAYOGA in the Coupon field at checkout and Manduka gives Mudra 25% of the purchase. We use, sell and have always highly recommended Manduka products at Mudra. Invest in your practice, help us make it through this period, and shop wisely! Check out what Manduka has to offer.
Joining Our Virtual Classes
We are thrilled to offer virtually live classes. Check our schedule and read below to find out how to set things up.
Here’s how you can participate:
Device. You can use any computer, tablet, or smartphone that has a reliable internet connection – though whatever device you have with a larger screen is preferable. All other programs should be closed down on your device while you are participating. Remember to plug your device into a power outlet so that your battery will not be drained.
Download the Zoom application. This only has to be done once for each device you use. Go to: https://zoom.us/support/download to download Zoom. Follow your device’s prompts to install the Zoom download. You do not need to create a Zoom account to access the online services.
Sign up for the class on Mindbody. Sign in to Mindbody and register for the class you’d like to join at least an hour before the class begins. You’ll register just as you would for our in-studio classes – from the class schedule select the virtual class you’d like to join and sign up. You will need to have a current pass on hand and the classes each count as a visit on your pass. All virtual classes are included in unlimited memberships. Make sure that we have your current email address in your account profile as we will use the one listed in Mindbody.
The Zoom link. About a half hour before the class begins we will email you the Zoom link. Click this link 5-10 minutes before class begins to settle in, troubleshoot, and say hello. The Zoom application you downloaded will run automatically, and you will be admitted into the class as it begins.
Set yourself up. Find a quiet and safe place that you can practice in for the duration of the service. Have your mat rolled out and any props handy. Dress as if you’re coming to the studio – wear comfortable, stretchy clothing.
When class begins. To hear the audio choose the option to join with computer or device audio. When you enter the Zoom meeting you will be automatically muted to reduce noise disturbance and sound interruption. There may be times when having video on is not possible or appropriate for you; please honor that as you have full control over it. Generally, however, we recommend video on so that we can build the element void in recorded videos: visual and energetic connection to your teacher and fellow yogis. This way teachers can cue to provide you the best practice and you can feel a sense of motivation present in community.
Practice On! Remember to modify the practice as you need to honor your body and your edge. Just as in regular classes, be sure to participate in class styles appropriate for your experience level. Enjoy your practice!
We are offering some virtual and online classes to keep you centered. The online selections are available in Mindbody. Sign in, make sure pop-ups are enabled and choose the Online Classes tab. All regular class passes apply and each time you select a new link, a visit will be deducted from your pass. Note that the mobile app does not display online classes – please use a computer to access. Want more of a live touch? Check out our virtually-live world!
AutoPay for You
AutoPay allows you Monthly Unlimited yoga for just $110/month with a 3-month commitment – after this period, the contract will continue to auto-renew (For those with a Student or Wise Elder discount, this is just $99/month). In addition to the unlimited yoga, you’ll also have the added bonus of 10% off all non-sale merchandise and workshops! We also hold special members-only events from time to time. If you are attending at least twice a week this is by far the best deal! (To get the most out of yoga, we suggest attending 2-3 times a week at minimum.)
You can sign up with a credit or debit card at any time online through the Mindbody or in the studio. If on-line, you’ll find this deal and more details on the Online Shop “Contracts” tab. Students and Wise Elders should purchase in-studio so that we can apply your discount.
*AutoPay Memberships may be paused up to twice a year for 1-3 months with at least 2 weeks’ prior notice and a $20 administrative fee. eMail [email protected] for adjustments to your membership.
Keeping Mudra a Healthy Space
Mudra has a consistent and thoughtful cleaning schedule in place every day. However, we’re stepping up a couple of procedures in an effort to keep current contagions away. Here’s what we’re doing, and what we’re asking you to do as well:
What we ask you to do: • Wash your hands. Please wash your hands before and after class, and we’ll do the same. Avoid touching your face with your hands. • Wipe down your props. You already wipe down your borrowed mats, but we’re asking you to start wiping down your blocks that you use as well. If you have your own mat and props, you can bring those to use during classes. o For restorative and gentle classes, you can bring a towel or pillowcase to put over the bolster or blankets. We’ve removed the eye pillows for a bit and will bring them back post flu season. • Remain aware and steady. When confronted with a problem, remaining calm so that you can take appropriate action is key. Know what you can control. Take stock of your own environment. Wash surfaces and your hands throughout the day. • Stay home if you’re sick or in a high-risk category. Stay home when you’re sick – even if it’s just a cold. Check in with reliable news sources around COVID-19 like the CDC and WHO.
What We’re Doing: • We disinfect and launder props regularly, but teachers will also be spraying down props with disinfectant just after class. You will notice that we’ll also be using less props in class in general. • We already mop down floors after each class and deep clean the studio, disinfecting all surfaces twice weekly. We’ll be sanitizing surfaces even more often for the rest of the flu season. • Stocking soaps, cleansers, tissues, disposable towels in bathroom, and disinfectants. • Community responsibility. If you come in coughing or showing signs of illness, we will ask you not to practice and to return only when your symptoms have cleared. Please know not to take this personally if it happens. • Staff will stay home if sick too. Your health is important to us! If it becomes necessary to cancel classes, we will let you know. We also commit to the same things we’re asking of you in the section above. • Limiting Hugs and Hands-On Adjustments. Yogis love to give hugs! But, for now, let’s elbow bump or smile affectionately instead. 😊
We will be on a reduced schedule 3/16-20 then closed 3/21, hoping to return on 3/30. We will keep checking to see the status of things as spring break ends. Stay tuned!
Join us for these special, monthly classes from 7-8:15pm on Sundays; next up: TBD. Candlelight Yoga Nidra escorts the mind into a deep, meditative, relaxed awareness or “yogic sleep”. The practice allows the wisdom of the body to facilitate natural healing work. Yoga Nidra is incredible in soothing tension and anxiety. Aricha draws from a deep foundation of study in the Integrative Amrit Method of Yoga Nidra.
The class consists of an approachable asana sequence designed to clear and prepare the body and mind, followed by gentle and effortless guided meditation while resting amongst bolsters and blankets . The beauty of Yoga Nidra is that one need not have prior experience with yoga nor meditation to drop in to the purity of this relaxation. Usher in the week ahead with a sense of clarity, peace and grounding.
While the studio is warm, it is wise to layer up and bring socks to wear while you’re lying still during the guided meditation.