We want to find the perfect class times for our community. Please note that class times shift seasonally and summer/winter schedules at the yoga studio differ. We would love to hear from you via email at email@example.com with any questions, comments, or feedback about the yoga class schedule!
Our Heated Yoga Classes are set to 75-85 degrees...Why?!?!
The heat will allow your body to safely reach new levels of personal flexibility in beginning to advanced postures.
Your heart can work the same way doing yoga postures in a heated room as it does when running a mile and you never even leave your mat. Especially in balancing postures where you are balancing and contracting your muscles at the same time. 574 calories can be burned in 60 minutes of a Vinyasa yoga class. Also, the way you stretch and compress your internal organs and glands also stimulates your metabolism so you are burning calories quicker outside the room as well!
With a regular practice of 2-3 times per week, yoga postures can help to heal old injuries and also prevent them in the future. This is especially true for, but not limited to, back pain. Don’t skip the postures that are slightly uncomfortable. Hot Yoga is also known to reduce symptoms of conditions and illnesses including diabetes, asthma, high blood pressure, depression, arthritis and obesity.
CCYOGA Hot Vinyasa Yoga classes consist of strategically planned routine. Through this practice and repetition you advance your yoga practice allowing you to gain focus and determination. This ability to focus carries over to your daily life.
Putting yourself in a challenging situation (like a hot room doing strange positions) and asking yourself to stay calm requires breathing in a controlled manner. This can’t help but translate into the rest of your life!
The heated room helps you to stretch more and get your cardio, but it also helps you sweat. The postures themselves are detoxifying for your muscles, organs, and glands and sweating furthers that.
“Instead of sitting with the discomfort and finding a way to breathe, I unclench my jaw, and work through the fire of the pose with as much ease as I can.”