Mat Collective Yoga Classes - FAQ


Pre-Covid-19 our yoga classes were all free! To be more specific, all the classes at Kits Beach, Main Street, Downtown, and Granville Island were free. A lot of our special events were also free; check out the events section on our site for details about specific events. However, in light of COVID-19, we have adopted a new model, it's still heavily subsidised (by us), but you will need to pre-register and pay a fee. For more information about pricing and passes available explore our price list. 


Bring your own mat to class. If you don't have one, you can buy one from us here!


Typically our free outdoor classes are drop-in and unlimited capacity, but due to COVID-19, while we are delighted at the opportunity to be able to continue our classes, naturally certain adjustments have to be made. Book your spot here.

Class Updates and Schedule

Our schedule is subject to change. Check out the live schedule for subs, as well as find us on Instagram and Facebook for frequent updates and more!

For big changes and class announcements, we have a mailing list! Sign up here. We only send emails for important things.



Please arrive at least 15-20 minutes before class to check in and set up your spot. This way you can be all settled when class starts. While you are waiting to check in, please maintain social distancing and follow all signage and staff instructions.


Rain, Shine or Smoke

We try our best not to cancel classes, but that being said, if the teacher feels it is not safe to do yoga due to the weather or air conditions, classes will be cancelled and your class credit will be refunded.



  • Bring a reusable water bottle and your own mat
  • Stay in your assigned spot once you arrive and respect social distance
  • Do not arrive to class 
  • Cycle, walk, transit or carpool to class
  • Pick up any garbage you see in our yoga spots
  • Take nothing but pictures, and leave nothing but footprints

Supporting our community

There are other ways (besides donations and tips) that you can help keep yoga free in Vancouver. To name a few: