We are a hot yoga studio, with our room being heated to around 90 degrees. Our style is Vinyasa where we focus on fluidity in your movements. Our instructors create a unique flow geared to opening and strengthening your entire body. Each class tends to start with a brief opening from our instructors, then you proceed to be walked through a flow of movements, with core work built-in. We are not a boot camp, but you will work hard and break a sweat. All levels are welcome and encouraged to attend.
It’s shown that as little as 20 minutes of yoga can help improve focus and remember new things.
Practicing twists in our practice increases blood flow to our organs, allowing fresh, clean blood to enter.
As we flow through various poses, we focus on breathing techniques, breathing deeply, opening airways, and aerobic and anaerobic activity.
By focusing on your breath, holding your yoga pose and meditation throughout the class, helps to calm your mind and body. This helps decrease stress and keeps you at peace.
It is shown by practicing yoga regularly, you achieve greater flexibility in your hamstrings, lower back, ankles, and spine. An additional benefit is the muscle strength gained along with endurance.
Hot Flow Yoga burns calories, which can help lead to weight loss. You move for an hour, hold poses, and sweat. Also, building a healthy mindset helps gain control of emotional eating.
We are located at 9992 Main Street.
Proceed through the doors and turn right, we are located on the 2nd floor.
When you get upstairs, you will see our instructor at the desk. They will be happy to sign you in and answer any questions you may have.
You can bring your own or rent one at the front desk. Find an open spot and either lay or sit down on your mat.
Our class is a flow-based practice, where you will be guided through one movement to the next. If you’ve never attended this type of class, let the instructor know when you arrive, and they will be sure to guide you along the way.
At the end of the day, what we want most is for you to be present in your practice. Life is crazy, you probably have a pile of dishes and a full plate to handle. But take this time, focus on being present, listen, and move.