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Susan D.
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Report | 5 months ago
Drink lots of water before class to stay hydrated if you're a newbie. You can rent towels/mat at the studio and buy brverages
Lidia A.
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Report | 5 months ago
too hot, but good workout. I wish they allowed clients to leave their mats there instead of having to bring them every time.
kristen m.
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Report | 6 months ago
Best workout of my life
Chad
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Report | 6 months ago
Bikram Yoga is a great practice. You should try it out. I prefer the Back Bay Studio to Harvard Square. Locker rooms are miniscule and can get be annoying after large classes.
Ken G.
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Report | 6 months ago
Best Bikram yoga studio I've ever been to.
beth m.
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Report | 6 months ago
I love the studio space, its very clean and the staff in friendly !!
Samantha R.
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Report | 7 months ago
Hydrate!
Delaney T.
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Report | 7 months ago
I'm not huge on Bikram yoga (I prefer hot vinyasa); however, the studio is very conveniently located and everyone was very pleasant. My one draw back: The room has a very heavy carpet. Other studios I have practiced at have soft rubber-like floors, wooden floors or a tougher/thinner carpet. Let's face it, all hot yoga studios smell a bit, but the carpeting in this particular studio make the musty odor in the room very very strong.
Zinzi B.
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Report | 7 months ago
Make sure that you haven't been to any of the locations for the 10-session groupon --- for new clients only.
Kaltra D.
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Report | 7 months ago
HYDRATE!
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Fans of longtime yogi Bikram Choudhury will find much to love at Boston’s Bikram Yoga outpost on Lincoln Street. Begun in the early 1970s, bikram is a uniform type of yoga that combines the usual physicality and flexibility with the addition of spirituality – and lots of heat. Rooms at Bikram Yoga are turned up to a balmy 105 degrees, which makes for quite the workout as attendees work through their 26 yoga postures and breathing techniques. Classes run a full ninety minutes inside this Financial District studio, which is small enough to eschew both lockers and parking. The space does have two showers, changing rooms and offers two towels with each class, plus mats for rent as needed.

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