HEALIUM HOT YOGA
We recommend using a large towel to cover your yoga mat during our HOT and GENTLY HEATED yoga classes to prevent slipping. We have towels for rent or purchase at the studio, or bring your own. Also, please hydrate very well before and after all yoga classes, especially our classes that are heated! For more information on attending yoga/hot yoga classes, visit our Yoga FAQ Page.
Enjoy, and sweat the small stuff!
All classes on this page are GENTLY HEATED classes and are heated to a slightly lower temperature - the room usually warms up to 80-85 degrees with 30-40% humidity. It will still get nice and toasty to ensure your muscles are warmed up and ready to stretch.
GENTLY HEATED Class temperature can vary (in either direction), based on time of year, amount of people in the room, etc.
You WILL still sweat.
GENTLY HEATED ASHTANGA FLOW (75 MIN) Ashtanga is a dynamic yogic path that consists of a progressive series of poses linked together with fluid movement and careful attention to breathing to empower you internally and externally. Ashtanga Flow will blend the Ashtanga primary series with Vinyasa for a dynamic, invigorating, and challenging class. It is recommended that you have been practicing for a minimum of 3-6 months before taking this class.
GENTLY HEATED HOUR FLOW (60 MIN) This is a slightly abbreviated Vinyasa Yoga class linking movement with breath. Sun salutations done with creative sequencing in a room heated to about 85 degrees. You can gain the same many wonderful benefits in a shorter class including; increased endurance, stamina, strength, and flexibility. The heat aids in warming the body and increasing detoxification through sweat. This class is open to all levels of practitioner. We encourage anyone to try. Keep in mind you might want to take it easy your first several classes as you get used to the heat.
GENTLY HEATED VINYASA FLOW (75 MIN) This is a Vinyasa Flow class in a heated room. The focus in this class is on flowing from pose to pose and linking your movement with your breath. In most Vinyasa classes you will start with a centering and warm up and than flow through various sequencing. Vinyasa classes will typically finish with a meditation in Savasana, so it is great for calming the mind. This class is a great challenge for any level practitioner. You can gain many wonderful benefits including; increased endurance, stamina, strength, and flexibility. The heat aids in warming the body and increasing detoxification through sweat. This class is open to all levels of practitioner. We encourage anyone to try. Keep in mind you might want to take it easy your first several classes as you get used to the heat.
GENTLY HEATED INTERMEDIATE VINYASA FLOW (75 MIN) This is a Vinyasa Flow Class in a heated room geared for yogis that have a few or more classes under their belts. You will be given an opportunity to try some fun asanas that can be a little more advanced. Think arm balances, inversions and creative sequencing that can challenge you both mentally and physically. The main focus, like all of our yoga classes, will be on linking your breath with movement and moving with good form and proper alignment to the best of your ability. While this class is structured for students that have a little more experience, we would love to see all students try any of our classes. If you are new to yoga and would still like to take this class, plan to slow it down or take breaks when you need to.
GENTLY HEATED YOGA POWER HOUR (60 MIN) This class is a fun and powerful burst of yoga. The Power Hour combines yoga with strength elements in our heated room. You will move quickly to upbeat music for a great cardiovascular workout. You are sure to stretch, strengthen, compress, and tone every single part of your body. You will sweat buckets and it is only one hour! All levels are welcome, please make sure to take it easy your first several classes as you get used to the heat.
GENTLY HEATED SLOW FLOW (75 MIN) This class is a deliberate and slower-paced Vinyasa Flow. It can be ideal for yogis just starting out or those that want to hone their practice and postures. You will spend more time in each asana to allow for a deeper exploration of the pose. All levels are encouraged to partake. Slow does not necessarily mean easy, so as always slow it down even more or take breaks when you need to.