Wait List Policy:
If you are trying to sign up for a class that is currently full, it is advised to put yourself on the waitlist. As a student cancels and a spot becomes available, clients on the waitlist will be notified via email that they have been added. Any reservations will be honored only up to the start of the class. If you are not present prior to the start of class, your reservation will be relinquished to the next person on the waitlist. When signing up for a waitlisted class, it is acknowledged that you are committing to the session and cancellation policies applies to any no show or late cancellation
Late Entry Policy:
New students are not allowed to enter into a class late and are advised to arrive 10 minutes prior to the class start time. Returning clients may enter an ongoing class up to, but not after, 10 minutes for a 60 minute class and 5 minutes into a 45 minute class.
Late Cancel/No Show Policy:
We require a 24 hour period before making any kind of changes to your schedule. Please notify the staff and studio if you cannot attend a session or class, so we can open the spot to another. If you cancel or reschedule a class in the online scheduler less than 24 hours of your scheduled class, you will incur a deduction from your current class package or a $15 fee if under a membership series. If you do not show for a reserved class, or fail to “sign in” with the front desk through the app you will incur a class deduction or a charge of $15 if under membership series. If you are on a Class Pass, a class will also be deducted from that package.
Please wear comfortable clothes that you can move in and we can view your alignment and movements. Clothing that isn’t too baggy or loose is best so the instructors can watch your form and give the needed cues and corrections. Due to the free form movements, tights under loose shorts and tops is recommended. Socks are required and we sell grip socks at the studio for your safety and enhanced movement.
All classes taught by Perseverance are safe for pregnant and postpartum women. With a few minor modifications, use of supportive props allow women to still workout in a safe and effective way so they can look and feel their best during and after their delivery. We ask for a written consent from your doctor stating that you are cleared for exercise.