​$5 for each student who attends class is donated to the charity or cause of the quarter.

​$5 or class pack

private lessons

​Please call or email to schedule a one-on-one session with one of our instructors.

​Individual $75 for One Hour | Group $95 for One Hour

Unlimited yoga

​$149 for One Month (click here to buy online)

From date of purchase

Classes can be purchased in person at the studio, or you can e-mail us for an invoice.  Some packages are available for online purchase via links below.

new student special

​4 Classes for $24

Available to brand new students to Firefly. Come in to the studio to get started!

For gift certificates, you may purchase via this link, or click "Contact Us" and email us to buy certificates that can be e-mailed to you!  

Single class

$15 Drop In (click here to buy online)

class packages

​Class packs may be shared between family or friends. Please call or email to configure your account if you'd like to share your package.

​$70 for Five Classes (click here to buy online)

​$130 for Ten Classes (click here to buy online)

Packages expire six months from the date you use the first class.


The mat we recommend and sell; you may purchase and pick it up at the studio.  Color varies, depending on what we have in stock.

$130, tax included 


Your new mat has a coating that is extremely slippery.  There are instructions on the packaging, but this is the procedure we recommend.  Take your mat outside and soak it with the garden hose.  Sprinkle it generously with sea salt (and tea tree oil, if you like).  Using a stiff brush, scrub the mat vigorously, like you really, really mean it, especially in the places where your hands and feet will be in downward facing dog pose.  Rinse the mat and repeat.  Let it dry in the sun.  Bring your mat and a towel to practice with you, and start without the towel.  When you start to feel the mat becoming slippery, spread out your towel and continue your practice.  Do this several times - maybe around sixteen practices.  Then do the whole thing with the hose outside again.  If you've really scrubbed it well, using LOTS of elbow grease, you should be good to go!  These mats are extremely durable; the only thing to really avoid is bleach/chlorine.