Star athletes thrive during the peak of heated competition, which is why most Super Bowls are held in volcanoes. Stretch the limits of your limbs with today's Groupon: for $39, you get two months of unlimited classes at Bikram Yoga Tempe (up to a $300 value). Bikram Yoga Tempe's recently expanded yoga room stokes both beginners' and advanced students' body fires with a heated, humidified, ventilated environment. In the 90-minute Bikram yoga class, Bikram Yoga Tempe’s certified instructors lead the group through the traditional Bikram pose sequence in the 105-degree studio, encouraging focus, healed muscles, calorie burning, increased confidence, and undercooked brownies. Classes meet daily, with more than 40 taking place each week.
- Took two classes at Bikram Yoga Tempe and found the facilities and instructors to be top notch. Facilities were very clean and both teachers for my classes were great. The "carpet" is really cool in the yoga room...more like a fuzzy, grippy mat. – Dave F., Yelp
- I realize there's no room for improvement once you've given a 5-star review, so I'll just say FIVE STARS… Tonight was hardly my first time but it was one of those classes I thought I was going to cry, faint and/or vomit throughout. However, a half hour after class I am exuberant. It's amazing. – Eireen C., Yelp
Bikram Yoga Tempe
Within Bikram Yoga Tempe’s sprawling 3,800-square-foot facility, UV-sanitized steam curls around the outstretched hands of yogis bent in muscle-strengthening postures. Owners Elaina and Dr. Benjamin Zorensky spent two years perfecting this scene, bringing in waterproof and bacteria-resistant Flotex flooring and antimicrobial ductwork in order to best pay homage to the practice that they love so much. Their attention to detail seems to have paid off–Bikram Yoga Tempe is celebrating 12 years in business this fall, and their classes are going strong.
When Elaina took her first yoga class, chronic neck pain and TMJ were both part of her life. After three weeks of Bikram, the pain disappeared. From then on, she was determined to spread the healing benefits of Bikram to others, including Ben, who was a hardcore athlete with serious inflexibility. Once he felt the affects of Bikram on his own tight hamstrings, he found himself persuaded as well. Together, they opened Bikram Yoga Tempe in 2002 and surrounded themselves with seasoned instructors who now kick-start their own students’ superheated journeys during 42 classes per week.
Optimist Park SW
1825 E Guadalupe Rd.
Tempe, Arizona 85283