For both Bikram Yoga and IHP, you'll need a yoga mat, a large towel, and a big bottle of water. You can bring your own or rent at the studio.
As a new student, take as many classes as you can in your first week. After you've taken your first class, come back within 24 hours to take your second class.
Yes. Stay hydrated with water and electrolytes and you will be great. The reasoning behind this is so that your body can acclimate to the heat, and so that you get familiar with the postures and the exercises quickly. You'll notice that with frequent practice as a beginner, your body will start to transform FAST. It could be in the form of weight loss, alleviation of pain, re-shaping your waistline, improving your posture, toning and defining your muscles, and so much more. You'll start to sleep better, think better, eat better, look younger, and feel happier. If you practice at least 12 times in your Intro Month, you will experience these positive changes.
Hydrate! This is the most important thing to do. For more tips on how to thrive in your first class, click here.
All regularly scheduled Bikram Yoga and IHP classes are included in your membership. If you're on an unlimited package you can feel free to attend any class, and if you have a 10 or 20 Class Pack you can use those classes toward any class on the schedule.
Please choose a class time on the schedule where you can stay the whole time.
No. This studio has never been a franchise and we do not pay any licensing fees to any organization. We truly are a 100% independently female-owned small business!
A thousand times YES!! In fact, you should! Both of these healing modalities were designed for people to not only stay in shape but for folks to heal injuries and get in shape. Our teachers will help you scale the postures and exercises for your ability. We want you to use Hometown Sweat as part of your healing process. Check out more here on why you should actually do Bikram Yoga when you're injured.