Reverb Charleston is part of a lovely community campus called “Pacific Box and Crate,” which also houses a coffee shop and several restaurant concepts. We have parking on site and along the street. Please plan to arrive with ample time to find your way to our second-floor studio (via stairs or elevator), and check in. We have three showers available for your convenience and do have mats to borrow or purchase. Plan to attend class through the scheduled end of the session. We discourage early departure out of respect for the instructor and your fellow students. And if you miss the final relaxation then you truly miss the best part!


At Reverb, yoga is not a linear practice; you don’t start at a bottom rung and climb a ladder. We don’t have any classes to strive toward or progress beyond. We offer different styles of yoga to meet different needs and resource you in different ways. Some of our classes are best enjoyed with some prior yoga experience, but several variations within each of our three class categories are accessible to new students.

Several times per year, we offer "The Begin Here SERIES," which introduces yoga concepts to those who are brand new to the practice. If you are ready to jump in today, know that generally, the “Unwind” and “Center” classes are great options for beginners. “Unwind” classes are slow, stretchy and spacious. “Center” and “Flow” classes explore both strength and mobility. “Center” classes move at a slightly more measured pace, while “Flow” classes move a bit more rapidly and require a greater range of motion. Meditation classes are accessible to all. If you have any question as to which class is right for you, or if you have any injuries or contraindications, please reach out directly to Ashley for assistance.



    Wear comfortable clothes. You don’t need clothes made specifically for yoga, but you should wear clothes that you can move in and that help to maintain your modesty when you sit, lie down or bend over. We practice barefoot, so be prepared to take off shoes AND socks. Meditation students do not need to bring a mat and may wear street clothes to sit for class.


    The best thing to bring to a yoga class – or any class or event that you are experiencing for the first time – is an open mind. Drop your expectation and judgement. You might also want to bring a water bottle and a small towel (in case you need to wipe your brow).


    You don’t have to know anything at all about yoga to come join one of our classes. You don’t have to be able to touch your toes. You don’t have to be able to sit still. You don’t have to know where (or what) your third chakra is. Reverb offers yoga, demystified. If you still aren’t sure or have any other questions, please email us. We will reply within 24-hours.

Reverb Yoga


Break on Through

Borrowing a page from my past in dance and art studios, we will begin in September offering classes in series format so that students can experience the kind of growth that only comes through consistent practice – something more akin to the educational experiences many of us have not had since our childhoods. read more.


1503 King St. Suite 200 Charleston, SC - (843) 743-5774

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