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- $35 for 10 Bikram yoga classes (a $140 value)
- $35 for one month of unlimited Bikram yoga classes (a $150 value)<p>
All classes take place in a heated studio, which loosens sinews, reduces the risk of injury, and detoxifies the body. Students should wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat, towel, and water. Mats and towels are also available for rent, if needed. Click here for more information on how to prepare for class.
Bikram Yoga Chandler
When owner Keri McCook first turned to Bikram yoga, her body was afflicted by running injuries, stress, and grief. After experiencing a physical and emotional transformation, she made time to become a certified Bikram yoga instructor—in addition to being a wife and mother of five—and opened Bikram Yoga Chandler inside a 3,500-square-foot facility. Both Keri and her certified instructors studied with Bikram Choudhury, the founder of Bikram yoga, during a nine-week training course encompassing more than 500 hours of study.
During each 90-minute class, these experienced instructors guide students through 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises on an antibacterial, microbial and odor-free yoga floor while temperatures are kept at ideal degrees using a state of the art yoga heating system. In addition to keeping muscles limber and reducing the risk of injury, the heat encourages a healthy sweat that expels toxins. When class ends, sweaty students can shower in private locker rooms equipped with cubbyholes for storing personal belongings.
96% of 558 customers recommend
“I was very pleased with the class. The instructor was very knowledgeable, and able to teach for beginners as well as advanced levels. I would definitely recommend...”
“I was very pleased with the class. The instructor was very knowledgeable, and able to teach for beginners as well as advanced levels. I would definitely recommend Bikram Yoga Chandler.”
“Great location and facility. Staff is very knowledgable and friendly. ”
“Very friendly environment”