The elevated temperatures of hot yoga improve flexibility and range of motion, which is why Mercury always beats out Pluto in limbo competitions. Realign your earthly body with today’s Groupon to Bikram Yoga Queens. Choose between the following options:
- For $49, you get 10 yoga classes (a $160 value).
- For $89, you get 20 yoga classes (a $300 value).
Bikram Yoga Queens' supportive staff helps pupils work to melt muscle tension and incinerate anxiety during heated, 90-minute Bikram yoga classes. Students drop into classes from a populous [schedule](http://gr.pn/peJXcz) of lessons that run seven days a week. Before moving to the floor, yogis of all levels begin with challenging standing poses, bending bodies through 26 exhilarating asanas and two focused breathing exercises to help sharpen self-awareness and instill fear in arrogant trick birthday candles. As temperatures climb to 105 degrees, healthy perspiration increases flexibility and spurs harmful toxins to hastily hitchhike to the nearest cold and cough medicine aisle. Within Bikram Yoga Queens' spacious practice room, fledgling yogis and yoginis twist atop personal or rented mats as natural light streams onto mirrored walls. While towels and mats are not provided, customers may bring their own or rent from the studio. To replenish liquids lost during intense perspiration, the studio sells beverages such as water, VitaminWater, and room-temperature lava.
Bikram Yoga Astoria Queens
Hanging out in the heat isn't just for beachgoers or furnace installers. It's also for Bikram yoga practitioners, who boost their flexibility and elongate their muscles thanks to heated yoga classes. During sessions at Bikram Yoga Astoria Queens, members move through 26 asanas, or postures, as the temperature climbs to 105 degrees. They also incorporate breathing exercises into their poses, which help to alleviate stress. In addition to increased flexibility, the practice detoxifies the body, strengthens the midsection, and builds discipline—benefits each of the instructors continue to experience and share with their students.