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Hot Hatha Yoga

Embrace the heat to allow your body to lengethen and soften. Find your centre to quiet the mind

Hatha is a traditional style of yoga consisting of different postures (asanas), pranayama (breath work) and relaxation techniques. In Hatha we practise poses in a more static style rather than linking them together in a flow, bringing focus to alignment, breath and mind control. The aim of Hatha is to help create a link between body and mind and thus strengthen both. Hot Hatha is performed in a heated room Note: Drink plenty of water before, during and after your practice. Wear less clothing than you normally would for other kinds of yoga. We would suggest pregnant women speak to their doctor first before joining a heated yoga class.


60-90 minutes

Calories Burnt

Up to 350

Skill Level

All levels welcome

Offered at

Pitt St
Moore Park
Collins St

Why is it good for me?

A heated environment increases your pulse rate and metabolism and allows your blood vessels to become more flexible. That makes circulation easier and increases blood flow to the limbs. Sweating promotes detoxification and elimination through your skin, which is the body’s largest eliminating organ. The heat produces a fluid-like stretch allowing for greater range of movement in joints, muscles, ligaments and other supporting structures of the body.

What will I do?

Hatha is one of the slower placed practices, perfect for perfecting postures. Focusing on alignment, breath and mind control.

What should I bring?

All you need is comfortable workout clothes and something warm to wear during relaxation. Yoga mats are optional, we have them for you or you can of course bring your own. We do ask that you cover our mats in a towel. You may bring your own, or these can be purchased at reception

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