Prepare for your day or seek relief from it at the end, Hot Yoga is the best way to renew yourself. Leave your anxiety or stress outside and come join us.
Unfortunetly that we will be closed from the 14/03/2020.
We have 2 classes of Bikram yoga 90´ on live, any questions please contact us with 682160073 or send us by email.
New information will be posted by email or social media.
Stay safe and healthy. See you soon!
It is always good to prepare before starting any physical activity. We recommend arriving at the Hot Yoga Barcelona studio 20 minutes before class starts, giving yourself time to acclimatise to the heated room, focus on your breathing, do some warm-up stretches, or just lay and relax.
It is important for your wellbeing to remain hydrated, before, during and after class. A good idea is to hydrate up to an hour before class so you don't feel bloated, during the class as recommended by the yoga teacher, and after to replace lost fluids. After class, we provide a complimentary herbal tea station, which is always a good way to socialise and make new friends.
If you are new to yoga or have not practised in a hot room before, discuss with our staff at reception and they will be able to advise which class will best suit your experience level. Since the yoga room is heated, wear appropriate clothing, as you will sweat a lot.
A body size towel is a must to prevent any accident by slippery!
Occasionally a teacher may give gentle assistance in Hot Yoga class, either to correct a misalignment or guide you into a deeper pose. If you have any pains or injury or do not like being touched, please advise your teacher before the class begins.
Hot Yoga Barcelona reserves the right to change the class schedule as necessary.
Please refer to our social channels, website, or reception when changes occur.
Studio opens 30 minutes prior to class.
Sign in for each class will be close 5 mintues before the class start.
“By cultivating attitudes of friendliness toward the happy, compassion for the unhappy, delight in the virtuous, and disregard toward the wicked, the mind-stuff retains its undisturbed calmness.”