Hot Yoga


Got only an hour to spare? No problem!

Hot Hour is a 60-minute hot yoga class that is perfect for those on the go. Hot Hour is a set sequence exclusive to yoga+ based on postures from the Hot A, B, & C classes. You get the exact same benefits as a 90-minute yoga class and still get those extra minutes you need to get you through your busy day.

This class is suitable for beginner/intermediate students.


The Hot A and Hot B series are a 90-minute set sequence of 50 (HOT A) / 26 (HOT B) hatha yoga postures practiced in a room that is heated to 37°C. Hot hatha yoga is a great cardiovascular workout that strengthens, tones and stretches the muscles in the body, providing a challenging, invigorating, rejuvenating and effective yoga experience.

Worried about the heat? Our studio uses far infrared heating system that heats up the body from the inside. It provides warm and soothing heat, heals injuries and prevents wrinkles. Imagine getting all of the good effects of morning sunshine without the nasty UV rays!

The heat goes deeper into your tissues, tendons and ligaments and allows you to increase flexibility, strength and blood circulation. Expect to perspire a lot and receive the effects of total body detoxification.

A regular practice of Hot hatha yoga stimulates the mind, restores and reshapes the body, and gives you an incredible sense of well-being.

This class is suitable for beginner/intermediate students.




Jivamukti Spiritual Warrior classes are a 60-minute beginner/intermediate fixed-set sequence instructed in a Vinsaya style. Designed for busy people who only have an hour to practice, the class is fast-paced, invigorating and fully balanced. It includes asana warm-up, chanting, setting of intention, surya namaskar, standing poses, backbends, forward bends, twists, inversions, meditation and relaxation.


The 90-minute Jivamukti Open Class is a beginner/intermediate class. You work at your own pace, following the teacher’s verbal as well as hands-on guidance. Asana options will be provided for beginners, intermediate and advanced students.

A typical Jivamukti Open Class incorporates the five tenets of Jivamukti Yoga:

  1. Shastra (scripture)
  2. Bhakti (devotion)
  3. Ahimsa (kindness)
  4. Nada (music)
  5. Dhyana (meditation)

Each class presents classical yoga teachings as relevant to one’s life on and off the mat, drawn from the Focus of the Month essay, supported by chanting, breath awareness, flowing vinyasa sequences, alignment exploration, hands-on assistance, relaxation and meditation.



Got only an hour to spare? No problem!

Flow Hour is a 60-minute open level yoga class that is perfect if you don’t have a lot of time to spare. Expect the class to be faster than your usual Flow. You will be coming out of this class thinking that you did a 90-minute practice.

This class is suitable for beginner/intermediate students.


Flow is characterized by rhythmic pacing and dynamic movement that is synchronized with the breath. The series of postures/asanas vary from class to class, with the teacher giving options for beginners and intermediate levels. Emphasis is on building strength, stamina, endurance and testing the edges of your balance and flexibility.

This 90-minute class is Vinyasa-based and includes inversions, faster transitions, and challenging sequences. It is an open level class for beginner/intermediate practitioners.


Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a 90-minute flowing dynamic form of yoga which focuses on building inner heat. The following movements lead to an increase in strength, flexibility and energy.


This class focuses on the first half of the Primary Ashtanga Series that is based on the classical teachings of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois.

The pace is somewhat slower than in the full primary. It is suitable for practitioners that would like to spend more time in the postures and learn more detail as more information accompanies the postures by way of verbal adjustments.

The class is led by a teacher who calls out the poses and counts in Sanskrit. It includes optional chanting at the beginning and the end. This class is suitable for beginner/intermediate students.


Yin is a more passive style compared with other classes that are more dynamic in nature. Yin targets the connective tissues of the body including tendons, ligaments, cartilage and fascia.

In a Yin class, emphasis is placed on the 3 key principles of grounding, holding and relaxation. Most of the Yin poses are either seated or lying down to allow the muscles to relax and soften and for the connective tissues to be “stressed” in a safe way. Blocks and pillows are typically used to support the body during the class. Props are essential in helping students come deeper into the poses.

In this class, poses are held for 3-5 minutes. Some poses can be combined to have deeper access to particular areas of the body. Rest poses may be fewer or shorter. Meridian exercise will be introduced to prepare the student for a practice that targets the meridian lines in the body.

This 90-minute class is ideal for beginner/intermediate students who have been practicing Yin Basics on a regular basis for at least 6 months.


Level Duration of Practice Frequency of Practice Others
Beginner 0-6 months 3-4x a week
Mixed 6-12 months 3-4x a week

Has attended a basic foundation workshop

  • - Fire and Ice hot yoga
  • - Sun Salutation for Flow, Jivamukti and Ashtanga
Intermediate >12 months 3-4x a week Has an inversion practice


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