Hot Flow

breath & movement

Vinyasa Yoga classes are often called Flow, because of the smooth way the poses run together. In this Hot version, expect to move, sometimes vigorously, connecting each pose to the next using your breath.

Our Hot Flow classes offer a variety of postures, with no set sequence, making sure no two classes are ever alike.
A perfect fit for our signature Hot C class that has a set sequence.

Movements Hot Flow classes are strong, invigorating, fast, challenging, and fun.
Taught by our most experienced Vinyasa Yoga teachers, in their own unique styles.

Expect advanced variations of poses, arm balances, and inversions.
Strengthen your upper body, and improve your flexibility & mental focus.

The room will be heated up to 35 degrees Celsius.

  • Prepare for class. Please remember to bring your own mat and towel or rent them at the front desk. Make sure to drink enough water before, during and after class.
  • If you’re new, try to arrive at least 20 minutes early for your first class. Waitlist spots are given away 10 minutes before class begins.
  • Wear something you feel comfortable sweating in: Jogbra/tank and shorts/leggings for women, running style shorts for men.
  • If you have an injury, please talk to the instructor prior to class so that they can give you proper modifications.
  • Do your best to be a good listener. The instructor does not demonstrate the postures so paying attention is the key to a great class.
  • Expect to sweat a lot. Our studios are heated in order to warm up your body and stretch safely.
  • Listen to your body. It’s normal to need to take breaks. If you have to leave the room, quietly let the teacher know.
  • There is a 2 minute guided meditation built in to the end of class, known as the final savasana. This is when your body begins to absorb the benefits from class.
  • Rehydrate after class with water and additional natural or supplemental electrolytes. Eat a balanced snack or meal within 90 minutes of class.
  • Bring a glass or bottle of water with you to bed, as your body continues to dehydrate as you sleep. Start your day with at least 8 ounces of water.

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