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$45 for Two Months of Unlimited Hot Yoga (Up to $196 Value)
During each 90-minute class, yogis of all skill levels cycle through a sequence of 26 postures led by certified Bikram instructors. The movements are designed to challenge the entire body, from the muscles and joints to the glands and internal organs. The heated and humidified room helps to limber up muscles, promote detoxification, elevate the heart rate, and melt make-and-bake sun catchers hidden in pockets. View the class schedule here.
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The certified Bikram yoga instructors at 26Hot draw students from all over the western suburbs to their facility, conveniently located near the Roosevelt Road exit of I-355. Within the 1,800-square-foot space, which is kept at 105 degrees and 40% humidity, yogis move through 26 postures designed to build muscle and cardiovascular health. The one-legged balancing stick pose, for example, puts bodies into a T formation, and the tree pose encourages birds to alight on squared shoulders.
The studio's reception area appropriately greets students with fiery-red couches and warm-yellow walls. At the desk, students can rent yoga mats and towels or purchase beverages such as chilled coconut water.
93% of 127 customers recommend
“Very friendly environment. And all the instructors are extremely nice and helpful”
“Be well hydrated. 90 minutes is pretty long but well done.”
“I had a wonderful 1st class! The instructor was very nice and helpful. She acknowledged that I was new to Bikram and I felt that she guided me through the class to...”
“I had a wonderful 1st class! The instructor was very nice and helpful. She acknowledged that I was new to Bikram and I felt that she guided me through the class to make sure that my form was correct. Multiple times she came over to me to show me appropriate hand placement. No one was criticized for not being able to get into a pose...the instructor's main concern was correct form and that you were trying. Nice studio, not overly crowded. Make sure you wear appropriate clothing and be prepared to sweat.”