888 Burrard St, Vancouver, BC V6Z 1X9, Canada
The experience the last 2-3 years has been on a steady decline. They have reduced the amount of spin classes and charge more now for their membership. They also just said it was their new summer schedule but that didn't change. They never added back the classes they removed. There are often last minute schedule changes with no notification (or written really small). When you regularly attend a class and show up to see that its been cancelled, that's not a good experience. And when you ask the front staff they generally don't tend to know or are rude about it. Like when I said where is this spin class I was told that there wasn't one and maybe I had the time wrong, however, I'd been attending the same class at the time for a year. After my membership expires I'll be looking for something different. It is hard to find affordable spin classes downtown tho....
It's so disappointing that this is possibly the most expensive yoga studio in town and you can't even get into the classes you want because they are so full. This place used to be great but it has truly turned into another money-grabbing gym. Don't waste your time. There are plenty of other places that will give you a much better experience and will actually make you feel welcomed. Look for those instead! PS: This doesn't just apply to the downtown location, it's all of the YYoga locations in Vancouver.
I am disappointed that I wasn’t allowed to step into the yoga room when I managed to arrived right on time at the yoga studio. I was told that I should arrive 10 min earlier. Had I been late I would understand the no entry policy.
Warning about Yyoga. I paid them over 100 dollars but when I found out that they were piling up the classes which caused many of us to be without a mat or other equipment I asked for my money back. However. When a middle-eastern man exercised his consumer rights, a Marie Mew, engaged in harassment, bullying and intimidation. Then sent a police officer with false allegations and fabrications. The criminal code clearly states that fabricating evidence can lead up to 14 years in jail. I feel that I was a victim of a hate crime. Please do not support Yyoga certified sociopaths. Thank you.
Use to come here regularly but had a few uncomfortable experiences. The cashier was rude after I asked if the class was full or not. Their flow class is regularly overly filled and I think it would be best if they opened up another class time so it doesn't feel very crammed in the class. Sometimes people don't want to share the space and move their mats so you have to find someone who is kind to share the space instead of taking up extra room. Came into a yhot class and the instructor was talking about the drama between the staff playing music too loud in the class when he ended the session then people started offering the instructor advice. Seemed unprofessional and was awkward left the class feeling more stressed than relaxed. Needs more consistent positivity.