Work through a series of moves designed to tone and lengthen your muscles and improve your balance and strength. You’ll push yourself and come out stronger, more fit, more flexible, and feeling great.

Hot Body Sculpt

Hot Body Sculpt is a member favorite and one of our more challenging classes. In this fitness class, you will test your strength and flexibility with a combination of yoga postures, and free weights. Strength training moves, such as; squats, lunges, and bicep curls are incorporated to build long, lean muscles. Hot Body Sculpt is a beat-based class, so come prepared to enjoy some upbeat music and get a great sweat! 

In-Studio Room Temperature: 102 Degrees / 40 % Humidity

* Hand weights are optional, but not provided. Please come prepared with your own props.*

*Must be 16 years or older to participate in heated classes. Ages 14 and up must have a parent or
guardian present


What To Bring

In-Studio: Yoga mat, water, sweat towel, and yoga towel are all recommended. You’ll need ample water and non-binding clothing that you don’t mind getting sweaty.  Shoes are prohibited in the yoga room, but you may wear socks that have a non-slip sole. Be sure to hydrate before and after class!
At Home: Yoga mat, water, sweat towel. Even without the heat, we recommend you drink plenty of water before and after class.

Heat / Humidity

Our hot studio is kept at 102 degrees and 40 percent humidity. It can take up to five classes to find where your edge really is with the hot practice. We encourage beginners to learn this about themselves gently by taking it easy for up to five classes to allow their bodies to acclimate.

What To Expect

We all deal with the heat in different ways. If you feel tired, dizzy or short of breath, we encourage you to pace yourself and even lie down on your mat for a few poses. You’ll find that each time you return, you feel capable of doing more.

Frequently Asked Questions:


Why is the room heated?

The heat and humidity allow the musculature to open more and sweating allows for a release of toxins from the body. Heat also increases the cardio component of a yoga practice.

How should I prepare for my class?

Drink lots of water in the hours beforehand and make sure you don’t eat a big meal just before you come, as with any exercise practice.

Isn't this going to be really hard?

We promise, you’re going to love it! The key is in finding your pace. The truth is, hot yoga practice is addictive. Once you experience the flow of your practice in our heated room, you may never go back.