Welcome! Whatever your age, condition or background, True Hot Yoga is a yoga practice for you. Designed for all levels from beginner through advanced, our classes offer a balanced and complete body-mind-spirit practice that develops strength, flexibility, focused awareness and overall well being. Come prepared to move and breathe, sweat and enjoy! Click here to sign-up online.

  • Please arrive 15 minutes before scheduled start time to register. Discuss any injuries or health issues with your teacher before class.
  • Wear something you are comfortable sweating in. Breathable fabric is most desirable.
  • Come to class fully hydrated. Ensure you drink plenty of water throughout the day so that you are prepared. Bring a large bottle of water with you or a refillable non-glass container to fill with our filtered water.
  • Come to class on an empty stomach. Most people find they need to leave at least 3 hours between their last meal and the class.
  • Yoga mats and large towels are required in the studio. Please bring your own mat or purchase at the studio.  Since COVID-19 we no longer rent mats.  We do sell both mats and towels and as available towels may be rented at the studio.
  • We encourage you to stay in the studio during class. Feel free to sit or lay down if you feel dizzy or nauseous. As you build the ability to focus your mind and still your body, the struggle will disappear.  If there is any reason why you believe it may not be possible to stay in the room during class please share this with your teacher BEFORE class begins.
  • If you need to leave class early, please let the teacher know before class begins, and do not leave before savasana (resting pose) begins to avoid disturbing other students. Remember that savasana is a crucial element of yoga class — and it does not take more than a few minutes.

Yoga is a practice as well as a life long process. It is not about doing the postures perfectly. As long as you give your best effort, you will receive the same therapeutic benefit as someone who has practiced for years and obtained a high level of flexibility, strength and balance.

We recommend practicing 4-5 times per week to obtain the maximum benefits. Of course, you will receive the same benefits with a reduced practice – just in a longer time.