Yoga: Classes

Hot Yoga

We heat our room to 90° - 95° for hot yoga! It is very important to drink water before, during and after class. You may drink Gatorade if you wish, but we recommend water.

You will need a towel for yourself and your mat in Hot Yoga class, so please bring one, even if you don't think you will need it: it's better to have a towel you don't use, than to need one you don't have.

Be aware of how you feel and how your body reacts to the heat. Adjusting to a hot practice takes time. If you need to drink water or rest, please do so!

Keeping yourself safe is your responsibility. Our teachers will guide you, but you know your own body and when you need to take a break.

Always honor what you need.

Bypass the front desk check-in and head straight to the yoga room: choose your Hot Yoga class below and sign up online. Click on the class name for a complete description.

Yoga Student Guidelines

Be loving and kind to yourself.
You begin a Yoga practice from where you are, without self-judgement. Accepting where you are right now is Yoga.
Let us know about you.
Before class, please share with your teacher any injuries or limitations, so that we can offer you the best practice for your needs. The more you share with us, the more we can create the space for your unique and individual practice to unfold.
Practice on an empty stomach.
Ideally, Yoga should be practiced on an empty stomach, 2 to 3 hours after a meal. If you need fuel, eat something light, like fruit. Also, you should refrain from coffee or other caffeinated beverages both before and after class.
Do not wear cologne or perfume in class.
Many people have allergies and wearing a strong fragrance may affect others. Yoga encourages you to breath deeply, so be mindful and leave your favorite scents at home.
Turn off your cell phones.
We want to create a sacred space, not only for your practice but also for those around you.
Wear comfortable clothes that allow you to move and stretch.
Breathable, light-weight fabrics are recommended. Dressing in layers is a good idea: as the body heats up, you can remove a layer, and as you cool down you can add one.