Bikram yoga is unique in that it is the only medieval physical-fitness art that does not involve firing crossbows at a grendel. Bend and stretch bloodlessly with today's Groupon: for $20 you get a 10-class punch card (a $120 value) at Bikram Yoga Everett. The card will expire two months after you attend your first class.
At Bikram Yoga Everett, a team of certified teachers—all graduates of an intensive nine-week Bikram course that includes anatomy study and CPR training—helps new students explore Bikram yoga’s 90-minute classes, leading to health benefits such as weight loss, stress reduction, and increased flexibility. A 10-class pass grants participants access to the studio’s roomy yoga facility. A computerized heating system keeps the interior piping hot (around 105 degrees Farenheit), which is the signature feature of Bikram and is thought to minimize the chance of injury while forcing pores to sweat out toxins, stress, and screeching eagle hatchlings. Yogis carefully lead the class through a series of 26 postures, challenging the inflexible to improve their ligaments and allowing the already flexible to reach new heights of supple Gumby imitation.
Bikram Yoga Everett requires its teachers to get recertified every three years, which ensures that customers will always have high-quality, attentive instruction. Bright yellows, reds, and blues are solidly splattered across walls inside the yoga studio, luring in students like moths to a really cool moth disco ball. Check the schedule online and simply drop in for your first session, taking care to bring a towel and plenty of water.
- I've been a member for one year and I love the physical and spiritual benefits that I got since I started. And the yoga community at Bikram Everett is like home away from home – YogaGirl, Citysearch
- Its [sic] very clean and offers a wide variety of class times to ensure that you dont' have trouble getting to class like some studios. The teachers are some of the best around, including the owner Yu. – heather j., Yelp
Hot Yoga Everett
Yoga, a gift refined through millennia of Indian culture, is one of the best exercises to connect the mind and body. Regardless of age, body type, or experience level, studio-goers all over Everett, Muklito, Snohomish, Lake Stevens, Lynnwood, and Edmonds can experience the timeless benefits of this age-old tradition.
The Hot Yoga Everett Studio welcomes visitors with a lobby bursting in bright primary colors and a spacious workout room swathed in natural sunlight. Students can opt for heated or non-heated rooms as they partake in their choice of over 30 classes per week that help them push their mental focus and muscular endurance through Bikram, Vinyasa, and Yin methods.
Paine Field-Lake Stickney
520 128th St. SW
Everett, Washington 98204