We’ve always said the hardest part is getting to the mat. Once you register for a class, put them in your schedule so you're reminded in advance. Or if you're an online member, you can pick anytime that you'd like to access the recordings. Even if you don’t feel like going to an in-studio [...]
Come well hydrated and with an empty stomach – limit eating to one hour prior to class and then only a light snack. Wear light workout clothing (i.e. shorts, light T shirt, yoga leggings, workout tops). Please do not wear any perfumes or heavy scents as many people have sensitivities. Be comfortable in class, [...]
Use our online PunchPass system. Create an account or log in if you've already created one. Purchase a pass, pass bundle or membership. Go to the calendar or schedule and click on the class you'd like to attend. Reserve your space. Arrive 10 to 15 minutes before class in order to check-in. Sign up [...]
Warm-up sequence Rising energy and foundation poses Crest of the practice Peak pose that stems form previous foundation poses Warm-down Stretching and gentle movements Five-minute resting pose called Savasana that starts with a small, cool pebble placed on your forehead. As class finishes you receive a cool, moist, orange-scented towel for your refreshment.
A typical class is not difficult but be prepared to stretch and move. You won’t be doing any poses that only a gymnast or circus performers could do. The unique Hot Yoga Burlington style features interesting patterns of poses that vary with every class. It’s easy to catch on the the rhythm of the [...]
We offer what is commonly called ‘vinyasa yoga’ which basically means a movement based yoga. These patterns of movement mimic the everyday tasks we do of reaching, walking, lifting and twisting. We are promoting functional mobility.
Hot yoga quickly warms the muscles and connective tissue facilitating easier stretching and mobility. We are the only studio that uses Far Infrared (FIR) heating which warms up the body on a deeper level, releasing stress and easing movement. It’s really quite unique.
Bring a large towel, yoga mat and bottle of water. The studio has mats, small towels and filtered water to use if you get caught without these. Mostly bring your spirit of adventure to try something new.
We average about 90 degrees similar to a warm summer day.