Exercise is medicine. It changes the brain and the body in beneficial ways that are more powerful than any pill you can take.
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$60 Introductory Offer Special
for one month of unlimited yoga & pilates!
What to Expect
Bikram Yoga and Inferno Hot Pilates are beginner’s level classes - anyone can do them!
The room will be hot and humid. Think Hawaii at the height of summer. Rest assured that your body will learn to sweat and cool down more efficiently over time.
Drink water and take breaks during class as needed. Do your best to stay in the room and let your body get used to the heat. If you do need to leave the room, do so respectfully, in between postures.
Do what you can, and have fun! We promise that you will walk out of class feeling like a million bucks.
What to Bring
Wear as little as you are comfortable wearing - think beach (but not nude beach)!
Women typically wear sports bras and fitted shorts or leggings. Men typically wear athletic shorts or swim suit bottoms.
Mats and large towels are required for class. Water is highly recommended. You can bring your own or rent/buy from us!
Available to Rent/Buy
Breathe Mat (mat/towel combo) rental $4
Towel rental $2
Locks/locker use complimentary
Water, coconut water, protein drinks, and kombucha are available for purchase
Basic Yoga Etiquette and Recommendations
If you are brand new to the studio and practice, please arrive a few minutes before class so we can help set you up for a smooth, successful experience. If you have practiced Bikram Yoga / Hot Pilates before, we do allow late arrivals up to 10 minutes after class begins.
You come for yourself, but practice with others. We have a big beautiful yoga room; please make sure that the people behind you can see themselves in the mirror!
Taking breaks as you need is highly encouraged. Do so mindfully, for yourself and for your fellow practitioners. Sit in stillness kneeling or cross legged. Breathe calmly through your nose. You will feel better in no time!
If you have to leave the room, do so in between postures. When you are ready to come back in, please wait at the glass door for the teacher to wave you into the room.
Hydrate! Drink a lot of water throughout the day before and after class. Avoid eating a heavy meal 2-3 hours before class; a light snack right before is okay if needed. You will learn what your body requires and what it can handle the more you practice!