At Hot Yoga of Mill Creek, experienced teachers walk students through traditional Hatha poses and sequences of athletic Vinyasa stretches in a practice space heated to deepen each stretch safely. The temperature rises up to 105 degrees for Hatha classes, which helps increase students' blood-circulation rate to purge pent-up toxins from the body as they bend and balance at their teacher's instruction. During 95-degree Vinyasa classes students engage in breathing exercises to focus their attention as they work through poses in a dance-like sequence that helps strengthen muscles, raise heart rates, and melt away muscle tension. To tone muscles all over, Yoga Sculpt instructors fuse flowing Vinyasa moves with optional weight-lifting exercises.
Oversized mirrors lining the walls of the practice space encourage students to correct their posture and spinal alignment while executing poses. Outside the classroom, students can peruse the boutique's selection of yoga-ready tank tops and AdvoCare nutritional supplements. Instructors can host private classes for students in need of one-on-one attention or feature yoga classes in the workplace to help employees destress during the day.
Richmond Beach Yoga helps rejuvenate minds and bodies with yoga classes that are filled with modifications for all types of bodies and that take place in a warm studio flooded with natural light. Members can retreat to 26 classes per week, including Hatha for all levels, flowing Vinyasa, limb-stretching Yin, relaxing Gentle yoga, and calming Yoga Breathing.
Yogadance, a special series taught at the studio, encourages members to express themselves through yoga poses combined with dance moves. Richmond Beach Yoga also offers prenatal classes designed to mitigate pregnancy aches, as well as meditation classes that bring peace to stressful lives. Richmond Beach Yoga even has a yoga philosophy class that discusses important questions, such as "What is our true nature?" or "How can I deal with road rage without throwing my lunch at other cars?"
A former Zen Buddhist monk, Yoon opened his first yoga studio in South Korea, where he gained attention on a national TV documentary. After successfully launching this first studio and teaching yoga and meditation at retreats in South Korea and the United States, he founded Yoon's Yoga Bliss, where he brings his years of monastery and yoga experience to each class. In Korean, Yoon means happiness, and that's exactly what he strives for in each class—to help each student feel and share happiness through continuous awareness of movement, breathing, and golden retrievers. Whether teaching rigorous Vinyasa classes or gentle Hatha sessions, Yoon guides students through poses that strengthen and stretch the body.
Heat radiates throughout The SweatBox's studio as instructors lead students through Bikram yoga’s 26 postures and two breathing techniques. Starting with a lung-expanding breathing exercise, the instructors guide yogis in a sequence of postures designed to stretch and strengthen every muscle group. The heat, kept around 105 degrees, warms the body and loosens the ligaments, enabling guests to sink deeper into stretches, release toxins via sweat, and shake off mini snowmen seeking refuge behind their ears. The SweatBox spans across two locations and hosts various events including posture-practice sessions, and kids’ yoga.
Enhance your flexibility with a structured yoga class from Tree House Iyengar Yoga in Shoreline.
The doors are open for you at this studio with their people friendly restaurant and great, home-cooked food.
Bring the whole clan to this studio — kids and parents will love the ambience here.
You'll be shocked by the sheer number of sweat glands you never knew you had when you attend a hot yoga class at Tree House Iyengar Yoga.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Challenge yourself at Shoreline's Siddha Yoga Meditation Center, a great spot for beginners and advanced students alike.
Beginners and experts alike are invited to practice hot yoga at Siddha Yoga Meditation Center, but be prepared for an ultimate workout.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.