Class Description
Hot Yoga

Ashtanga ( 60 min )

The word Ashtanga is comprised of two Sanskrit words, “Ashta” and “Anga.” “Ashta” refers to the number eight, while “Anga” means limb or body part. Therefore, Ashtanga is the union of the eight limbs of yoga, into one complete, holistic system. Ashtanga is a very dynamic and athletic form of hatha yoga, made up of six series or levels, with a fixed order of postures. It is rooted in vinyasa, the flowing movements between postures, with a focus on energy and breath. While it is a very physical practice, it also promotes mental clarity and inner peace. (30 Degrees).

Difficulty: Suitable for beginners and all levels

Benefits: Improved mobility and strength. Improved cardiovascular health, reduced stress level

What to bring: yoga mat, hot yoga towel and water

Hot 60 ( 60 min )

A condensed version of 90 minutes Original 26&2, this 60-minute hot yoga class comprises preforming 26 asanas (poses) and two Pranayama breathing exercises in a heated room. The poses should be done in a specific, unchanging order, in order to achieve the desired benefits. Accumulating the same mental, physical, and spiritual benefits to your body, this challenging class is suitable for all levels, from beginners to experts.

Difficulty: Suitable for beginners and all levels

Benefits: Detoxification, improved balance, increased flexibility and metabolism, reduced stress level, stronger immune system, better sleep

What to bring: yoga mat, hot yoga towel and wate

Hot Yin ( 90 min )

Hot Yin yoga is a perfect combination of Hot yoga style with the more meditative-like Yin yoga. The class is practiced in a heated room, but the temperature (30 degrees) is a bit cooler than most Hot yoga classes.
Alike regular Yin yoga, Hot Yin yoga practice includes fewer postures, using longer holds to get beyond the muscle tissue into the connective tissue, the fascia of the body. The heated room complements the Yin poses, loosening the muscles and promoting the release of deep tissues. All poses are seated or reclined. The slower nature of this practice is often described as a “moving meditation”, which makes it a great compliment to your regular practice.

Difficulty: Suitable for beginners and all levels

Benefits: Reduced stress and anxiety levels, Increased blood circulation, Detoxification, Improved flexibility and stamina

What to bring: Yoga mat, hot yoga towel, water bottle