Some Frequently Asked Questions:

Curious? Just click on the question.When should I avoid doing hot yoga?

When should I avoid doing hot yoga?

If your health care professional has advised you to avoid cardiovascular activity, or you’ve just come from a pie eating contest, it’s best to avoid practicing hot yoga. We also encourage women in their first trimester of pregnancy to consult with their midwife or OB if they’re new to practicing hot yoga. If you discover you’re pregnant (congrats!) and have been practicing for at least 6 months, it’s safe to continue throughout all trimesters. Let your teacher know you’re expecting, and consider setting up at the back of the class if you’re looking for a cooler spot in the room. We also recommend that a hot yoga practice is best suited for adolescents who have already developed their sweat glands, so that’s normally around a girl’s first menstruation and a boy’s growth spurt. If you have any questions or concerns, it’s always best to consult with your health care provider before visiting a hot yoga studio.Is Hot Yoga a cardio workout?

Is Hot Yoga a cardio workout?

Yup, it sure is.What if I’m the least flexible person in the entire world?

What if I’m the least flexible person in the entire world?

Then you officially have the best reason ever to come to a Hot Yoga yoga class!! But really, don’t worry about all the bendy people around you. They’ve been practicing for a while or were born that way. Flexibility will come with time and you don’t have to be flexible to start. Hot Yoga teachers know how to modify postures to make every posture benefit even the least flexible student.What should I wear?

What should I wear?

It’s best to come to a Hot Yoga class in your comfiest, coolest set of yoga duds. And when we say cool, we don’t mean hot pink leg warmers and a one piece leopard leotard. We mean cool as in light weight, breathable materials that will absorb sweat and dry quick. Men usually wear shorts with optional t-shirt or tank tops and women typically wear tank tops, shorts, leggings or loose fitting clothes.What should I bring?

What should I bring?

Our studio has mats and towels to rent and buy and re-usable water bottles to buy. If you have your own it’s great to bring a water bottle, yoga mat, 2 towels (one for your mat and one to freshen up after class). We sell bottled water and deliciously hydrating coconut water (great for a post-class refresher). Our studio is equipped with filtered water to gas up your bottle, so be green, re-use, and get your sweat on!How long are the classes?

How long are the classes?

Hot Yoga classes are 90, 75 or 60 minutes long. It’s best to check the schedule to see what is being offered at a convenient time for you!Do I book in advance?

Do I book in advance?

There is no need to register in advance. Unless indicated (ie. workshops), all classes are on-going and drop-in.Will I lose weight?

Will I lose weight?

Depends, are you going to come? If yes, absolutely. Along with becoming a happier, more stress free person, losing weight is among the benefits that is most appreciated from a regular practice. Check out the testimonial on