- 10 Yoga Classes
The studio hosts at least three 80-minute classes each day, in styles including all-level hot yoga and Yoga Sculpt, which incorporates light weights.
See the schedule for class times. Students can use a complimentary mat and towel on their first visit, after which they should bring their own or rent them ($3 per towel, $2 per mat).
Sumits Hot Yoga
After studying under Bikram Choudhury, the father of Bikram yoga, Sumit Banerjee decided to bring the heat to his own class style—an amalgam of Bikram- and Ashtanga-inspired postures. The Sumits Hot Yoga signature class steers students through deep stretches performed in a toasty studio. Aided by the heat, these movements help students hone both balance and strength.
Though Sumits Hot Yoga champions the physical benefits of the practice—muscle toning, detoxification, and the ability to someday fry an egg on one's forehead—the true object of his style is “the simple pleasure and self-reward that comes from quieting our minds." To honor this, he emphasizes introspection and spiritual awareness over perfect technique, allowing guests of any experience level to participate.