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original hot yoga (9 classes a week)

The original hot yoga, defined by a sequence of 26 Hatha (physical) yoga postures and 2 breathing exercises, practiced in a heated room over the course of 90 minutes.

original hot yoga express (2 classes a week)

A 60 minute version of our regular 90 minute Original Hot Yoga class.

barre (3 classes a week)

Ballet barre-based fitness class that uses a combination of postures inspired by ballet, yoga and Pilates to improve posture, muscle definition, weight loss, increase flexibility and reduce stress.

yin (2 classes a week)

A slow-paced, low intensity style of yoga with postures, or asanas, that are held for longer periods of time — for beginners, it may range from 45 seconds to two minutes; more advanced practitioners may stay in one asana for five minutes or more.

vinyasa (8 classes a week)

Connecting postures together so that you move from one to another seamlessly, using breath. These 60 minute and 75 minute classes can mirror the Ashtanga Yoga Primary Series or can offer a variety of postures so that classes differ from one another.

hiit (5 classes a week)

A training system combining Heat, High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), Yoga and Pilates principles. Through muscle toning and cardio, in a room heated to around 35°C, each 60 minute class cre­ates long lean mus­cle mass while burning fat, producing rapid results.

buti (2 classes a week)

What if yoga and tribal dance had a baby at a rave MCed by an 80’s aerobics instructor? You’d have Buti. Shimmy and shake your way through a fun, fast paced blend of vinyasa and strength training. 

hot sculpt (2 classes a week)

In Sculpt we go after the core muscles with micro movements and focused poses. We get deep into the whole carriage: back muscles, abdominals and glutes all support healthy posture. Incorporate these 45 minute blast classes into your fitness routine for results you will feel.

iyengar (3 classes a week)

Through meticulous attention to detail and the use of props, Iyengar aimed to make yoga accessible to everyone, promoting physical health, mental well-being, and spiritual growth.

Classes on Pause


Kundalini yoga is the yoga of awareness. Awareness of what? The self. That you that hides beneath all the layers of stories that often were put upon you by those that didn’t know better, or didn’t even realize the impact that might have on the being that is/was you.

fire and water

A fusion of Original Hot Yoga and Yin Yoga. Each class incorporates the Xpress version of the Original Hot Yoga series, followed by 30 minutes of a Yin Yoga style stretch.