What do I need to bring to the movement classes?
We provide yoga mats, props, and water. Wear clothing that is appropriate for moving, stretching, and sweating. For Mom & Baby Yoga, bring a receiving blanket and anything your baby might need to be comfortable. You will put a thick yoga blanket folded at the top of your yoga mat (Pomegranate provides these blankets) and then you will add your receiving blanket on top. Your baby will alternate between lying on the blanket and being in your arms. It’s fine to bring your car seat into the studio and feeding is welcome during class.

How early should I come before my first class?
Please come 10 minutes before the start of your first Pomegranate class to get acquainted with our studio and to fill out our new client form.

Do I need to pre register for childcare and what should I bring?
Yes! Please pre register by 6pm the day before you plan to use childcare. Our childcare room is very busy and we want to ensure a safe, calm environment for everyone present. Bring a snack, bottle, or pacifier along with any comforting toys or blankets that your child enjoys.

Is my baby too young/too old for childcare?
We will care for children 4 weeks-10 years old.

What age baby is appropriate for Mom & Baby Yoga?
Pre-crawling babies. The typical age range is 4 weeks-8 months old. If you’re not sure about your baby’s age or mobility, we have a welcoming environment and encourage you to try a class to see how it goes.

Why prenatal yoga (versus other styles of yoga)?
All of our instructors have been through a prenatal yoga teacher certification in addition to their yoga teacher training. Understanding the anatomical and hormonal shifts that occur in a woman’s body during pregnancy can be essential to preventing injury in fitness classes. Prenatal yoga removes the awkward (sometimes risky) poses that are ineffective while focusing on those that gently open the body, encourage balance, and create a connection with your growing baby. Gathering with other pregnant women to form community as you experience intense emotional, spiritual, and physical changes can be supportive and empowering.

Do I have to be a member to attend classes at Pomegranate?
No! Becoming a member makes financial sense if you plan to come at least once a week to our movement classes. It also helps us predict our cash flow and makes things simpler for the person checking you in.

What are the membership options?
Intro Offer Membership (1-month membership for new clients only)
Pom Monthly Membership Auto Pay (minimum 3-month commitment)
1-Month Unlimited
9-Month Membership

We are happy to suspend your membership one time for free should you go into labor, take a trip, or find yourself unable to attend class. Additional suspensions are $30.

I don’t want to be a member. How can I pay?
You can purchase a single drop-in class, a 5-Class Pass, or a 10-class pass. For details, visit our pricing page.

Coming to Pomegranate regularly doesn’t fit into my budget but I still want to be involved…
Please contact Mariposa at mariposa@pomcenter.com to discuss giving of your time and talent to Pomegranate.

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