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- $39 for one month of unlimited Bikram-yoga classes (a $165 value)
- $129 for three months of unlimited Bikram-yoga classes (a $495 value)
During 90-minute Bikram-yoga classes, students flex through 26 sequential postures and two breathing exercises while intense heat bathes the studio. See the class schedule and new-student guidelines. All levels of experience are welcome to the newly renovated studio, and each student is encouraged to progress at their own pace, and progress as far as they please.
Bikram Yoga Tenleytown
At the age of 14, Bikram Choudhury, with three National India Yoga competitions under his mat, had already been named king of the yogis by Swami Sivananda. As an adult, the United Nations put Bikram on the payroll, along with doctors and researchers at Tokyo University, so that he could teach them the healing potential of the ancient practice. Now, his signature brand of yoga—constructed with scientific rigor and the insights borne of millennia of practice—is taught throughout the world.
The intense heat and demanding postures that are trademarks of Bikram yoga have gained appeal due to their ability to test even the most self-disciplined yogis. Like chess, or cartwheeling around the edge of an active volcano, the moves are easy to learn, but intensely difficult to master.
That's where the experienced instructors at Bikram Yoga Tenleytown come in. The staff cheerily receives each guest at the door before leading the 90-minute routines, which progress through the 26 postures and two breathing exercises of Bikram Choudhury's celebrated method. They motivate newbies and devotees through toe stands, sit-ups, and rabbit poses that lengthen spines and restore flexibility to limbs. The studio's warmth of character and yogis maintaining sofa poses ensure that the greenest of guests feel comfortable in the sessions.
Bikram Yoga Tenleytown
Elaine Rosenberg was always pretty fit. She originally began practicing Hatha yoga as an extension of her other fitness regimens, which would often leave her neck and shoulders stiff and aching. But it was only in 2002, when she stepped into the heat of Bikram-style classes, that she truly found relief from her aches and pains. The heat, combined with the specialized poses, melted away her muscle tension and gave her a sense of peace. She knew then that her career in retail management was over—she wanted to be a yoga teacher.