This studio is located in a large office complex and can be a bit tricky to find. But you will be glad you did. The space is airy, modern and super clean. Modern art adorns the public space walls and a nice selection of yoga-wear is on display for purchase. Management has ensured that its heating and humidity systems are well functioning. The practice room is spacious and carpeted. Locker rooms are well equipped with storage and individual shower stalls (4).
A $25 drop in fee guarantees you a mat and two towels and a serious sweat-fest. If you need to rent a mat or towels, they are $3 each. Bring plenty of water and we suggest not eating 3 to 4 hours prior to arriving. New students will want to show up at least fifteen minutes ahead of time.
Check out the website for class schedule and more information, but unless there is a holiday, 4 to 6 classes are offered daily beginning as early as 6a and as late as 7:30p
Parking is easy here.
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.