Please bring an open mind and positive attitude! Please bring a yoga mat, towel, and bottle of water. All of which are available for rent upon arrival. Wear comfortable, stretchy clothing, that you are prepared to sweat in. Shoes are to be left outside the hot room near the front desk. Shower facilities are available for use after class with shampoo, conditioner, and shower gel provided.
Take yoga at your own pace, it is not a competition! Beginners are recommended to take breaks as needed, drink plenty of water, and rejoin class once their breath is full. Not being flexible means your body is in need of yoga! Inflexible students will reap the benefits simply by arriving to your mat and allowing the heated room to aid in loosening those tight muscles.
Yes! Yoga is a cardio-vascular work out that increases your heart rate and burns fat. Students see their bodies lose inches and become toned with regular hot yoga practice. Depending on the class type, approximately 600 calories are burned. With consistent practice you will find weight loss is long term. And, not only are there physical benefits, but you will find yourself happier and stress free.
Like any fitness class it is important to not have a full stomach and come hydrated. Please ensure that you drink water before, during, and after hot yoga class.
It is very important to inform your teachers of any injuries or circumstances that you feel might could affect your yoga practice. Most postures in class can be altered or modified in order to make them accessible to your situation. However, hot yoga is not recommended if you are in your first trimester of pregnancy, have a serious heart condition, or are under the age of 14.
All of our classes are 45 mins long. Online sign up is not required, but is highly recommended.
TRX is a form of fitness resistance training developed by the Navy Seals. Using two handles and body weight exercises, the TRX allows you improve your strength, core, cardio, and flexibility all at once. You are able to change the difficulty of your workout by simply adjusting your body position to add or decrease resistance.