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Rachel H.
Report | 15 days ago
I love this place! Just went for the first time and Rebecca made me feel really comfortable. It is seriously a judgment free zone. The only thing I didn't like was how tiny the hallway is and feeling squished in between classes.
Mercedes S.
Report | 16 days ago
Great place and wonderful staff.
jennifer p.
Report | 21 days ago
Register for every class online.
aimee d.
Report | 22 days ago
Friendly staff and good beginner class!!
Melissa L.
Report | 24 days ago
Bring plenty of water!
traci M.
Report | 25 days ago
Bring a towel and LOTS of water. Towards the end my hands were slipping on my mat and a towel over the mat would have helped.
Shiaira J.
Report | a month ago
Avoid 6:15pm class. Lots of people but very nice
Dawn M.
Report | a month ago
Just honor where you are with your abilities and enjoy!!
Chequitha C.
Report | a month ago
I would encourage new comers to arrive about 15-20 minutes before class to complete brief paper work and secure a spot I the class. MLK Holiday 9:00 class was very crowded, maybe another class would have been better. Also the changing areas are extremly small.
kate G.
Report | a month ago
drink water the day off and the first few times I did it years ago I got a headache because I didn't drink enough water syou come I've been doing hot yoga for over 10 years. its my favorite yoga studio
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At Chesapeake Hot Yoga, yoga isn't a religious practice or a bodybuilding routine. It's a way to cultivate wellness while expressing oneself. Helmed by Arianna Gallagher, a globetrotting instructor who's trained with famous yogis such as B.K.S. Iyengar and Bikram Choudhury, the studio pairs alignment-focused teaching with a spirit as warm and inviting as a welcome mat made of hot coals. Led by experienced and registered instructors, Bikram-inspired Hot Yoga classes revolve around 25–30 poses performed in a sweltering classroom. In addition to limbering muscles, the temperature promotes blood flow, pain relief, and toxin release. During restorative Yin classes, yogis of all levels can borrow free blocks, straps, and towels to bolster lengthy, floor-based poses. After class, students can stay for a massage or practice yogic breathing techniques in the locker rooms, where calming steam swirls around gratis bottles of shampoo, conditioner, and body wash.

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