Hot Yoga

The primary characteristic of hot yoga is the elevated room temperature, typically ranging from 95 to 105 degrees Fahrenheit (35 to 40 degrees Celsius), and a humidity level of around 40%. This hot and humid environment is believed to enhance flexibility, increase circulation, and promote detoxification through sweating.

Hot Yoga 60'

26 postures, 2 breathing exercises, room heated to 104 degrees and high humidity. In the abbreviated 60-minute sequence, we perform 2 sets of most standing postures, followed by one set of the floor series.

Hot Yoga 75'

Hot yoga 75′ is a longer version of Hot yoga 60′ for those practitioners who cannot get enough of hot yoga. We perform 2 sets of most postures, with a flow of the final hip opener and stretching series. 

Traditional Hot Yoga 90'

Derived from the Bikram tradition, this is a set sequence of 26 postures with 2 sets of breathing in a room heated to 103 degrees with 43% humidity. In line with the traditional series, we perform two sets of each posture. While the heat/humidity are challenging, this format is considered an all-levels’ practice, with plenty to learn for veteran practitioners and newbies alike.