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Intermediate Bikram Yoga

The Intermediate Bikram Yoga class is a 90 minute session where we practice the 26 postures from the Beginners class with added sequences to prepare the body for more advanced poses. This class is for everybody who has a regular Bikram Yoga practice.

Saturday, May 27th, June 10th and June 24th 2:30 pm

in the Hot Room with Monica


New Bikram Yoga Class!

By popular demand, you now have a chance to make your Wednesdays wonderful. Start the day with a sweaty Bikram yoga class and feel like a million bucks the rest of the day.

Wednesdays 6:30 am with Sharon

in the Hot Room and on Zoom


More 30 Minute Warm Yin Sequences Added!

Come in for a respite from the world by coming in for a rejuvenating, relaxing Yin sequence in the warm room.

Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 12:05

Saturdays at 1:05

in the Hot Room


For in studio classes you can sign up online, or just come to class 15 minutes early to sign up.

Never fear Zoomers! We will continue to offer a full Zoom schedule indefinitely, and most of these studio classes will be available on Zoom as well.


Bikram Yoga

A magical series of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises that will change your life. Designed for first timers, but this class is forever challenging. It's a full body therapeutic healing workout that mostly calms your brain.

Bikram yoga offers a wide variety of benefits for both your mind and body. It can help you burn calories, build bone density, boost your cardiovascular fitness, and improve your flexibility. It may also help ease depression and reduce stress.

Sunday 8, 10 and 4:30

Monday 9, 4:30 and 6:30

Tuesday 6:30, 9 and 4:30

Wednesday 6:30, 9, 4:30 and 6:30

Thursday 6:30, 9 and 4:30

Friday 6:30 and 4:30

Saturday 8, 10 and 4:30

In the Hot Room and on Zoom


Kundalini and Sound Meditation

Kundalini Yoga precisely and consciously combines breath, mudra (hand signals to the brain), eye-focus, mantra (sound signals to the brain), body locks, and postures to balance the glandular system, strengthen the nervous system, expand lung capacity, and purify the blood. It brings balance to the body, mind, and soul.

Each class has a unique purpose delivered by way of a “Kriya”, a set of yoga poses combined with the purpose of bringing about a desired outcome. At the same time, each class has recurring elements:

  • a set of warm up exercises,
  • the Kriya
  • breath work
  • a meditation
  • and a period of deep relaxation accompanied by gongs, singing bowls or relaxing music.

Every class is different, every experience unique. And make no mistake about it: Every class is a workout!

Sunday 10:00 am in the Loft with Riki


Vinyasa and Hot Vinyasa

In Vinyasa the poses are connected together smoothly, very much like a dance so that you flow from one asana into the next, seamlessly, using breath. Vinyasa classes offer a variety of postures and no two classes are ever alike.

Hot Vinyasa in the Hot Room with Yu: Tuesdays 11:00 and Fridays 9:00 am

Vinyasa in the Loft with Yu: Tuesdays 4:30


Yin Yoga

Yin yoga is based upon the Chinese Taoist principles that there are 2 universal forces: Yin and Yang, meaning a balance of opposites. Yin yoga focuses on the deep connective tissue through a slow, cooling practice. The goal is not to “stretch” but to “stress” the connective tissue between the muscles and fascia. Yin yoga is therapeutic for the joints and helps with flexibility and mobility.

When tension is balanced with equal amount of relaxation, the body creates a healthy immune system and functions optimally.

Sunday 12:00

Thursday 6:30 pm

in the Loft with Neil


Hot Pilates

Cre­ates long lean mus­cle mass, burns fat, and increases fit­ness lev­els. It cre­ates a stronger core, improves cir­cu­la­tion, and increases flex­i­bil­ity. It is per­formed on a yoga mat mak­ing it zero impact, pro­tect­ing your joints and mus­cles from the pound­ing of other exer­cises like run­ning and jumping.

Sunday 12:00

Monday 3:00

Tuesday 6:30 pm

Wednesday 11:00

Thursday 11:00 and 6:30pm

Friday 11:00am

Saturday 12:00


Your Home Studio for Zooming

To create the perfect Bikram yoga environment for your home yoga studio, the goal is to get close to 105 degrees/40% humidity. If you have more humidity you can have less heat. Or you can do the class in the AC! That works too.

For authentic HIIT Pilates and Inferno Hot Pilates the room should be 95 degrees.

If you want to buy some things to crank up the heat, we've discovered these items are the best. This space heater doesn't turn off automatically:

This humidifier pumps out lots of HOT steam! Just use distilled water in it so it doesn't leave white film on your mirrors:

This humidifier pumps out lots of HOT steam! Just use distilled water in it so it doesn't leave white film on your mirrors:

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