About HOT YOGA
Hot Yoga is the practice of yoga postures in a room that is heated, and is one of the fastest growing styles of yoga in the world. Many methods of heated yoga have been branded with the name of their founder, such as Barkan, Bikram, Baptiste, Moksha and Core Power Hot Yoga. he differences between these styles lie in their approach to the heat, beliefs, and posture choices.
At our studio we keep the room at 85 degrees for our “Warm” classes and at 90 degrees for our “Hot” classes. Our approach to Hot Yoga is as varied as our student base. All yoga approaches can be beneficial when practiced with mindfulness and compassion for the needs of each individual. We offer a variety of 14-17 classes weekly to meet the needs of beginner to advanced students.
GENTLE & Basic
(80-85 Degrees) Build a solid foundation for your yoga practice with a slow paced class with demonstrations and explanation of the basic poses
5elements earth flow
(85 Degrees) 5Elements Earth Flow is a grounding, hip-opening practice which emphasizes stability and strength through a steady and strong flowing sequence. Yoga experience recommended.
(85 degrees/All levels) This set up from Gentle & Basic is a combination of basic and intermediate poses that help you find new dimensions in your practice. There is flow to this sequence and some poses are broken down.
Hot Power Vinyasa
(90 degrees) A dynamic blend of strength, flexibility and sweat, pairing movement with deep breath and keeping your awareness in the present moment. Based on a mixture of different Yoga Methodologies like Journey into Power by Baron Baptiste, Ashtanga, etc. This sequence will bring the heat to your body and mind and land you in a place of calmness and empowerment. Yoga experience recommended.
(85-90 Degrees) Rise and Shine! Awaken your body and mind with movement. Build the heat, work on strength, flexibility and set up a positive tone for the rest of your day. Yoga experience recommended.
Restorative & Yoga Nidra
(75 Degrees/90 minutes) Restore. Release, Surrender and let go. Center your breath and body holding poses for extended periods of time fully supported by props. Followed by a guided Yoga Nidra meditation.
Relax. Reset. Meditate
(75 degrees) Beat the Sunday scaries! When Saturday’s optimism has wore off, and the anxiety creeps in on Sunday afternoon, try this relaxing, gentle practice, focused on the breath and the release of tension, setting a positive tone for the new week. The last 15 minutes of the class will be dedicated to a guided meditation.
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