Hot or regular? Don’t worry, we’re flexible.
In our Zen inspired Hot Yoga studio you can enjoy up to a 95°F workout. Stretch it out and sweat it out in any of our regularly scheduled classes with options for all levels. Not interested in turning up the heat? Not a problem, we have a full slate of regular yoga class too.
Enjoy all of Yoga’s mind-body benefits and leave the stresses of the week behind.
Hot Yoga FAQs
What is hot yoga?
Why do hot yoga?
What are the benefits of hot yoga?
Who should NOT practice hot yoga?
hot yoga is not recommended for:
- pregnant woman
- frail elderly people or young children
- people with chronic disease or who have suffered heat strokes/heat stress in the
- people with Cardiovascular disease, including aneurysm, angina, atherosclerosis,
congenital heart disease
- high blood pressure, stroke
- people suffering from asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, kidney disease, fluid retention
or sleep deprivation
- people who have alcohol or stimulant drugs in their system
If I take prescription drugs are there any concerns if I do hot yoga?
If you develop the following symptoms during hot yoga, activity must be discontinued:
- a feeling of sudden and severe fatigue
- nausea &/or dizziness
- muscle weakness
- a cessation of sweating accompanied by hot skin
- a period of inexplicable irritability, malaise, or flu like symptoms
Do I need to sign a waiver?
What do I wear to class?
What do I need to bring to class?
Here are some guidelines to follow:
- refrain from eating a heavy meal 2-3 hours before practicing
- arrive well hydrated
- inform your instructor if you are working with any serious injuries or limitations toensure you receive modifications
- there will be no admittance to class once the class has started