What is Hot Yoga?
It is practicing a structured sequence of 26 postures (asanas) and 2 breathing exercises within a hot room is a heart thumping sweat fest that rewards regular practice with glowing health. In addition to the stretching and toning of your muscles, you may also notice enhanced physical performance, the healing of old injuries, and the preventing of future wear and tear. Thanks to hot yoga’s inherent detoxifying and cleansing qualities, valued wellness goals such as weight loss, deeper sleep, and relief of chronic discomfort are just a handful of the typical results we have seen in our students!
What is Hot Pilates?
Hot Pilates is a challenging, full body, low impact, high intensity workout, using Pilates principles. The class is sequenced to curated music and the room is heated to 95 degrees with 40% humidity. It is designed for all fitness levels. It helps tone and strengthen muscles without the pounding of a high impact workout. Additionally it is an excellent class to achieve if you are recovering from an injury.
Take Your Class
At Fluid Yoga we believe that you are worthy of accomplishing any level of health and fitness and it can be transformative. We breath, we warm up, we set our intention, and we break through boundaries. The best part? We do it together, as a community.
CHANGE YOUR BODY
Fluid Yoga is indoor Hot Yoga and Hot Pilates classes re-invented. Hot Yoga and classes are sixty or seventy-five or ninety minutes. Hot Pilates classes are sixty minutes. Any Hot Class you take will transform the way you look and feel. Get ready for fat-burning cardio, a full-body workout (we use our own body weight!), and sequencing to work your core.
FIND YOUR INNER SELF
Fluid Yoga doesn’t just change bodies, it changes lives. With inspirational instructors, curated music, and botique class sizes hot clients can get loose, clear their heads and empower themselves with strength that lasts beyond the class.
Hot Yoga and Hot Pilates Safety
Fluid hot classes are a full-body workouts and like any new fitness routine, you may want to chat with your doctor before your first class. Also, if you’re new to Fluid Yoga or to a particular instructor, please let us know — we are happy to answer any questions. We were all new students at one time — everyone remembers their first Hot Yoga and Hot Pilates class!
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