Q. Do I need to wear a mask?

A. Masks or face coverings are required to be worn at all times while inside Salti Yoga, with the exception of on your personal yoga mat. Please ensure that you are wearing your mask prior to entering the building and throughout all common areas. Once you arrive on your yoga mat you may remove your mask. Be sure to put your mask back on prior to leaving your yoga mat. Thank you for your cooperation.


Q. Will you continue to offer Salti Yoga Online?

A. Yes! Salti Yoga Online is here to stay. For those who are not yet ready to return to the studio, you can subscribe to SYO for $20 per month and have unlimited access to our online library of classes. 

We are also excited to announce  that a new membership option, MU+ is coming soon. MU+ is a joint membership option, allowing clients to access unlimited classes in studio and online, in addition to many more exciting perks. 


Q. Do I need to register for classes or can I just drop in?

A. With physical distancing in mind, our class capacity has been reduced. We are not able to accommodate drop in's at this time, and all classes require booking  in advance. 


Q. If I was in the middle of my Intro Month when Salti Yoga closed, what happens? Is my Intro Month gone?

A. The Intro Month is a great way to experience our studio and take a variety of classes at an introductory rate. If your Intro Month expired during our closure, we will extend it upon request. You may wish to save your Intro Month for when we have more classes to offer. The choice is yours. Intro Months that expired during our closure can be used at any time prior to December 31st, 2020. Contact info@saltiyoga.ca to activate yours.


Q. I had a Class Pass that expired during the closure. Have I lost those classes or can they be reactivated?

A. All Class Passes that expired after March 16th, 2020 will be reactivated effective July 20th and will expire on November 20th, 2020.


Q. Why are some memberships temporarily unavailable?

A. Until we get back on our feet, we'll have limited membership options. We'll be adding the others back soon! If you're new to Salti Yoga, you may purchase any available membership now and still try our intro month at a later date when it becomes available again.


Q. I was subscribed to Salti Yoga Online during your closure and want to cancel it now. How do I cancel?

A. If you subscribed to Salti Yoga Online through Vimeo.com you will need to access your Vimeo account to cancel your monthly subscription. If you are subscribed to Salti Yoga Online through your MindBody account, visit your account page to cancel your monthly subscription.


​Q. How do I know where my registered class is taking place?

A. When looking at the schedule online, note the Location and Room. If the Location is Peterborough, your class is located at the Peterborough studio. If the Location is Kingston, your class is located at the Kingston studio. Outdoor classes will have a room noted to indicate which park your class is scheduled at. 


Q. I have a Monthly Unlimited or One Year Unlimited membership and am unable to register for unlimited classes. Is something wrong?

​A. We have temporarily had to restrict unlimited members to attending 3 in-studio classes per week. Given the current physical distance restrictions which only allow 10 clients/class, we need to hold space for more clients to join us in order to keep Salti Yoga operating. You may attend unlimited outdoor classes, but will need to email us to manually register you as our system will only allow for 3. You have already been so kind and generous to us which has been instrumental in our reopening and we ask that you please be patient with us as we still need your support.


Q. Does the heat and airflow in hot yoga classes pose a risk of COVID-19?

A. We have been able to locate scientific facts surrounding this. At this time, our understanding is that the heat circulating in our hot room does not pose a greater risk than the heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems in any other indoor public space.


Q. Does the lack of airflow in an enclosed space pose a risk of COVID-19?

A. There is a normal amount of airflow that meets building code in Ontario. We have a functioning HVAC system which recently had it's filters changed. At this time, our understanding is that the heat circulating in our hot room does not pose a greater risk than the heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems in any other indoor public space.


​Q. Is 30 minutes between classes enough time to organize participants out of the space, complete a thorough clean and welcome the next class in?

A. Yes! There are 2 of us on staff at any given time to make sure the floors and all touch points are fully sanitized between groups before we unlock the doors and allow anyone in. In fact, one of us also sanitizes all touch points while you are in class and we have minimized the number of touch points by propping all doors open for you, so you shouldn't need to touch anything unless you need to make a purchase or use the washroom. We thank you all for respecting the time constraints between classes and filtering out of the studio in a timely manner.