The studio is located in the center of Frankfurt. It's easily accessible by public transport U-6 and U-7 at the station Lieziger Strasse. If you do have a car, parking is sometimes challenging unless you pay. There are pay parking lots in the area. In terms of the room, it's pretty basic but gets the job done. There are showers in each of the locker rooms (well we know there are showers in the ladies' room.) For first-timers there is an intro special offer of one week unlimited for 20 EUR. Otherwise a single drop-in which includes a mat is 17EUR. Towel rentals run 2EUR and water is also sold here. Schedule M: 6:15p, 8:15p, Tues & Thurs: 10a, 6:15p, 8:15p Wed: 12:30p, 6:15p, 8:15p; Fri: 6:30p, Sat: 5p, Sun: 11a, 5p ABOUT BIKRAM YOGA Bikram Yoga welcomes beginners. This 90 minute class consists of 26 beginning postures and is conducted in a hot room (approx. 110 degrees) with, hopefully, high humidity. But don't be fooled into thinking beginning means easy - it doesn't! Iron men and couch potatoes, alike, have found themselves floored in "dead man's pose" just minutes into this challenging workout. You don't have to be strong or flexible or in excellent shape to do this yoga - you simply have to be willing. What we also really like about Bikram's is that every studio teaches the same sequence of postures so you always know you're going to get a full-body workout, a great benefit for travelers. ** Note they don't call it "sweaty stinky yoga" without reason. Often smaller studios will have a very distinct fragrance. Don't fret and just do the yoga.