Kula Yoga is a very special yoga studio located in the East Hills neighborhood of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Our mission is to provide a warm, welcoming, and accessible space for yogis to roll out their mats and dig into their practices. If you are looking for a yoga home in Grand Rapids, Kula is the community for you. Sign up online, and join us for a class, workshop, or event.
Kula Yoga shares space with Wanderlux Beauty and Wellness. We've converted the old home at 715 Wealthy Street SE in Grand Rapids, Michigan to your yoga haven!
There is zoned street parking on Wealthy Street and in the lot next to the studio, as well as free parking on the neighborhood streets surrounding the studio. During business hours, Kula students with stickers displayed prominently in their cars are permitted to park in the Wellspring Church lot, located at the corner of Wealthy and Eastern. Parking in the Wellspring lot is NOT permitted on Sundays before noon. Students must get car stickers from the studio and have them displayed in their vehicles prior to parking in the Wellspring lot. Cars parked in the Wellspring lot without stickers or outside of class times are subject to towing.
Arrive early. Our doors open 15 minutes before the start of class time and lock promptly at the scheduled start time. Late admittance to class is not permitted. Your first visit to Kula will involve giving your teacher a small amount of information about yourself, so allow for ample time to get situated and settled. Ensure a speedy check-in by preregistering for class online via MindBody. Available class spots are opened up to waiting students at the start of class time.
Remove your shoes. Before entering either studio upstairs, remove your shoes and place them in the hallway cubbies. Both studios are shoe-free and phone-free environments.
Disconnect from electronics. Place your belongings, including your cellphone, in the storage cubbies next to the studio door. Check to see that all ringers are silenced before making your way to your mat. Without exception, phones are not permitted in the yoga studios.
Practice Ahimsa. "Ahimsa" is the Sanskrit word for non-harming. Practice Ahimsa by taking care of the yoga space. Keep the studios, bathroom, changing area, and cubbies clean and safe for the rest of the community. Refrain from talking during class. So as to not disrupt your fellow yogis, be prepared stay for the entire class.