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|Hot Candlelight Yoga||A beautifully calming class - a warm, candlelit environment to help the body into a meditative state.|
|Hot Chakra Flow||The practice of using yoga postures and controlled breath to cleanse, balance and open the energy centres of the body.|
|Hot Forrest Yoga||Fusion of Power, Dynamic and Forrest Yoga, to strengthen and tone your body, while soothing your soul. Focusing on shifting negative patterns and directing healing breath where you need it most.|
|Hot Hatha Yoga||A traditional Yoga class using poses and breath to improve fitness of both the mind and body.|
|Hot Pilates||A class focusing on strengthening the core, realigning your spine and improving your posture in a relaxing environment.|
|Hot PiYo||Exciting power yoga programme from the USA. PIYO combines powerful Yoga moves with body conditioning for a great full body workout without impact.|
|Hot Power Dynamic Yoga||Flowing and beautiful sequence of yoga postures specifically designed to carefully strengthen and improve flexibility, linking breath with movement.|
|Hot PureStretch||The hot environment is fantastic for improving flexibility in the muscles. We use balls, straps, blocks to get into those hard to reach places, suitable for all fitness levels.|
|Hot Scaravelli Yoga||This class has 5 points of focus including poses, breathing, relaxation, diet and positive thinking for all-round wellbeing.|
|Hot Soulful Vinyasa Yoga||A transformational fusion of form and flow designed to light you up and soothe your soul, with the underlining theme of connecting you back into real life.|
|Hot Sunrise Pilates||Start your day right with a morning Pilates practice! Fun, progressive sequences with an emphasis on quality breathing and functional movement.|
|Hot Vinyasa Yoga||A challenging strength focused class. Set to a funky playlist, including sequences, postures, arm balances and inversions, finishing off with some relaxation.|
|Hot Yoga Flow||A Vinyasa class, with emphasis on flowing synchronisation of the body movement and breath, and often targeting certain areas of the body.|
Why Hot Yoga?
It makes you more flexible
Hot temperatures and high humidity make your muscles more pliable and make it easier for your muscles to stretch. This means you can increase your muscles range of motion and stretch deeper within each pose.
It is a cardio workout
To help your body manage the heat and therefore keep your skin cool you will experience an increased heart rate compared to traditional Yoga. This means you get a good workout while working on your flex. Any exercise that increases your heart rate will increase your calorie burn.
It can reduce your stress and increase lung capacity
Yoga practise focuses on your breathing technique. Deeper breathing in hot surroundings, helps you to relax, relieve stress, whilst also increasing the amount of oxygen in your blood.
Tips before hot yoga
Drink lots of water - before, after, and during your class!
In a hot class, hydration is important. It is best to hydrate before and after the practice to prepare and replenish the water you lose. Water with electrolytes can also aide recovery as electrolytes are lost when you sweat.
Don't come to a class on an empty stomach.
We recommend having a small snack beforehand, such as a banana. Try to avoid eating big meals before your class too.
Talk to our expert instructors
Exercising in a hot environment can cause you to feel unwell. Our instructors are there to help you so let your instructor know if you start to feel dizzy or weak or nauseous during the class. Speak to your instructor before the class to raise any health concerns. If you are unsure about whether you can practice hot yoga, check with your doctor before attending.
If it's your first time doing hot yoga, ease yourself into it, and don't do too much at once. We recommend starting with one class per week, alongside other physical activity, to feel the benefits.