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Cortney W.
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Report | 20 days ago
Bring your own mat. You can borrow one for $1, but still better to have your own. Also BRING WATER! Some of the classes get pretty intense. They have blocks and blankets you can use, but there aren't always enough to go around.
Laura T.
Verified
Report | 23 days ago
Love the instructors . First time doing hot yoga I love it.
Janet m.
Verified
Report | 25 days ago
Great atmosphere, beautiful ambience and vey nice staff.
Jessica D.
Verified
Report | a month ago
Very friendly, great atmosphere!
kim w.
Verified
Report | a month ago
The Yoga Room lives up to its reputation. I was very impressed by the accommodations and teaching. Daniel is an excellent instructor. I would highly recommend this to people of all levels of Yoga.
Jessica F.
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Report | a month ago
The Yoga Room was very welcoming to me as a newcomer. Test it out for a week as a new student and then commit if you've found your fit. Thankfully I've found mine and I feel great.
Leslie M.
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
They offer a free trial which I loved since I was not sure yoga with a heated room was for me. Now when I do a regular class at my local gym I miss the heated room.
Nicole R.
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
Get there early, the classes fill up quickly but it worth it.
Michael B.
Verified
Report | 3 months ago
Awesome place and great staff.
Gabriela M.
Verified
Report | 4 months ago
Take a deep breathe and let it go. Enjoy the moment while strengthen your mind and body.
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The instructors at The Yoga Room of Redlands take time to build toward peak poses. They begin by modeling basic movements that warm bodies from the inside out. As muscles and connective tissues gain mobility, teachers introduce more-rigorous postures such as chair, which mimics the action of sitting down on Santa's lap. Students build up to the peak pose—a posture that's intensely challenging and rewarding—and then cool down through a sequence of curative, relaxing movements.

Throughout each of the Power Vinyasa–style classes, teachers tend to students as individuals, offering modifications and adjustments to make poses more comfortable. They also add upbeat music to brighten the mood.

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