We are heated, we own it, our students love it. sweat with its high ceilings and air movement system reads hot, but feels crazy comfortable. The typical class is heated to approximately 105 degrees, the temperature and humidity are adjusted to keep it comfortable throughout the class. With the engineering incorporated at sweat, warm, scrubbed oxygenated air is continually circulated. We use the finest Infrared heating system we could locate.  Our system keeps the room properly humidified to ensure a comfortable experience. It’s a heat that will loosen you up and help get the sweat going, but not beat you into the ground.

For those not accustomed to hot yoga, you’ll be surprised at how comforting the experience can be.


The first thing as you enter our yoga room, you’ll be surprised at how comfortable a well-heated room feels. Your breath becomes easily measured, your pores will open and the heat aids in loosening up tight joints.

As class begins, the warmth helps to enhance your flexibility, allowing you to focus on the task at hand – your yoga practice. In a nutshell, the heat will enhance your cardiovascular fitness and you will burn more calories in a shorter amount of time.


One of the healthiest aspects of a good, sweaty workout is the flushing out of toxins through sweat and movement. The heat speeds up your metabolism and helps to break down bad stuff like fatty acids. 30 minutes post-class, your complexion will glow like no other experience (well, almost). Between pollutants, moisturizers, make-up, etc., your skin takes a beating every day, a good sweat helps clean up the system and leaves you energized at the same time.


The heat thins your blood, allowing it to flow more easily throughout your body and assist in healing. Your internal systems benefit the same way your immune system does, thanks to the improved blood circulation.

Understandably, there might be a bit of fear walking into your first hot yoga class. You’ll be surprised at how quickly that fear disappears and is replaced by you asking yourself “What took me so long?”