Roll out your mat, find your balance, and feel the warmth while the stress of the day melts away. With a temperature of 105 degrees (40 degrees Celsius) and 40% humidity, our Hot Yoga Studio offers a variety of classes from Ashtanga to Yin and everything in between.
Yoga classes are not just about physical postures; it’s a holistic practice integrating breath, movement, and mindfulness. Our classes offer a welcoming and supportive environment where you can explore the many benefits of yoga, including improved flexibility, strength, balance, and reduced stress and anxiety.
What is the temperature of the humidity in the Hot Yoga Studio?
Hot Yoga 40-45% relative humidity and 104-105 degrees Farenheit (40 degrees Celcius).
What is the capacity of the Hot Yoga Studio?
50 people, including the instructor
How many calories do you burn in a hot yoga class?
The number of calories burned during a hot yoga class can vary depending on a variety of factors, such as your body weight, the intensity of the practice, and the duration of the class. However, on average, it’s estimated that a person can burn between 330 to 550 calories in a one-hour hot yoga class.
Is it bad to do hot yoga every day?
Doing hot yoga every day may not be suitable for everyone and may not be necessary to achieve the benefits of a regular yoga practice. When planning your weekly exercise routine, it is important to consider your overall health and wellness goals to determine which classes and workout styles are best for you.
What is the difference between hot yoga and regular yoga?
The main difference between hot yoga and regular yoga is the temperature and humidity level in the room. Hot yoga classes at Altea Active take place in a studio with a temperature of 105 degrees (40 degrees Celsius) and 40% humidity. Regular yoga classes take plan in our Fusion studio, which is at room temperature. Hot yoga classes are generally more intense, due to the heat and humidity. It’s important to drink plenty of water in hot yoga classes to stay hydrated.