you’re never too old…
you’re never too broken…
it’s never too late…
to start again from scratch…
The Bikram Yoga series consist of twenty-six Hatha Yoga postures and two Pranayama breathing exercises conducted in a heated room designed to provide a challenging, therapeutic and unique yoga experience.
During this 90-minute class, you will work every part of your body – inside and out. Bikram Yoga is a great way to help with:
- Weight Loss
- Toning muscles, building strength and flexibility
- Help with healing injuries and preventing them in the future
- Purification of the complete body
- Better Sleeping
- Creating overall well-being
- Building of confidence and self worth
- Increase your vitality
What do I need to bring?
Please bring a large, bath size towel, a large bottle of water and dress in light, comfortable clothing that you can move easily in. Please no long pants or long sleeves. Mat hire is included for your first class while on the Newcomer Intro Pass and we also rent towels for $2 if needed.
Do I need to book?
You can book classes online via our website or our App or walk straight into the studio and sign up at reception. Please arrive 10-15 minutes prior to your class as late arrivals will not be permitted to join class.
I’m not very flexible or fit… Is Bikram Yoga hard?
If you think you are not flexible or fit – you are in the right place! Remember that everyone (even your teacher) has been a first-timer at some point. Our classes are for beginners and are suitable to all levels of fitness, so you’ll be well looked after… Your teacher will take care of you and point you in the right direction throughout the class. There is a great saying, “the action of trying to do the posture, is the posture”. As long as you try the right way you will still get the benefits and in no time at all you will be doing things you never thought possible. Please remember to mention any injuries or medications you may be on to your teacher before class.
How much water should I drink?
Hydration before class is very important. Try and drink around 500ml of water an hour before class then another litre over the next hour after class. Sip slowly on water during class if required. It is also recommended that you don’t consume a heavy meal (2 hours prior to your class) as it may make you feel nauseous.