We have reopened indoors at reduced capacity as of March 10, 2021.
You can view our full class schedule here
Start by signing up for our New Student Special on your first visit! Take classes for 30 consecutive days to check out all our studio has to offer, come to any class that fits your schedule. If you are new to a heated practice and it’s your first yoga or hot pilates class, try yoga.slow flow or a hot pilates.basics class which move at a slightly slower pace with greater focus on alignment and form.
Initially strive to take 2 or 3 classes per week, over time building to 4 or 5, and eventually committing to a daily practice. A regular practice will build strength, stamina, focus and flexibility. We cultivate the most effective practices available to leave you invigorated and your aspirations validated. You’re here to accomplish something. We’re here to bring that about!
The New Student Special activates on your first visit and must be activated within 60 days. From that date, you will have 30 consecutive days to use your pass, including the first day of use.
Come well hydrated with a somewhat empty stomach, eat lightly 1-2 hours before class. Arrive 10-15 min. early to sign in, meet the instructor, get settled and prepare for your practice.
Wear comfortable lightweight yoga/workout/cycle attire and be prepared to sweat! Refrain from wearing perfume or body fragrances and plan to practice with bare feet in all classes except for cycle.
We recommend a change of clothes for after practice such as our exclusive Hot Elevation tees or sweats for a comfy transition after class.
Bring your yoga mat, a full size practice towel to cover your mat, water and a great attitude! For cycle, bring your favorite pair of SPD style cleats or athletic shoes, water and a hand towel to wipe down your bike. Blocks and straps are provided in studio for your convenience.
Mat and towel rentals are available at check in and if you forget your favorite pre or post class beverage or snack, our boutique offers a variety of beverages including bottled water, coconut water, fresh pressed juice, watermelon water and raw food nutritional bars to fuel and boost your practice.
Come prepared to discover your strength and awaken your spirit!
Heat encourages sweating which delivers numerous benefits including:
- the gentle opening and release of muscles allowing for greater elasticity and less susceptibility to injury cleansing of impurities and metabolic waste
- improved cardiovascular health, circulation, blood flow and energy
- weight loss! As the body is heated, fat reserves are mobilized. Studies have shown practicing in a heated room can burn as many as 800 calories per hour
Our hot classes are between 90 – 95, while our warm classes, including CYCLE, are set to a comfortable 80-85. We can recommend which level is best for your goals.
Please read our Commitment to Health and Safety.
Our late cancellation and no show policy is as follows:
A single drop-in is charged to the card on file for all reservations that are not cancelled outside of 6 hours, and for no shows. This cancellation policy applies to all class formats, and applies to unlimited class passes, as well.
- develop a strong, flexible, and toned body
- reduce stress and blood pressure
- maintain a balanced metabolism and healthy weight
- increase your energy and vitality
- improve circulation and respiration which helps prevent injury and improve athletic performance
- detoxify and cleanse every bodily system and organ
- mind body connection
- mental acuity and focused energy
- cultivate a balanced state of being
Our custom heating system delivers a blend of warm and humid heat so the air is never dry nor burning. Regulated with a highly sensitive air recovery system, fresh air is continually mixed in with the heated air to deliver an ideal environment for your practice. We’ve also installed specialty UV sanitation bulbs in our duct work to prevent bacteria forming and eliminate that funky smell often found in heated studios.
Hydrate and refuel with a high quality recovery beverage or snack such as coconut water or one of our sport or electrolyte products.
We recommend you bring a change of clothing for after practice as well as a plastic reusable bag for your wet clothing and/or towels.
If you are new to a heated practice or haven’t practiced in a while, you may feel a little sore the next day. This is not uncommon. Drinking plenty of water will help the muscles rehydrate and getting back on your mat is one of the best ways to help your body become accustomed to the practice.
Occasionally students may experience a mild head ache as an indicator that their bodies have begun to the process of detoxifying and are requiring hydration and possibly added electrolytes. Drink plenty of water, coconut water or green juice to fuel your bodies recovery. And don’t worry, with a regular practice these symptoms will disappear quickly!
Experience Keiser’s groundbreaking rear-wheel M3i bike equipped with Bluetooth® to transform your ride, track your progress and store your stats as you blast calories and elevate your fitness.
New to cycle?
Perfect! We are here to get you started. Arrive 20 min. before your first class so we can help you set up your bike and familiarize you with all things elevation cycle.
Reserve Your Bike
Sign up online to reserve your spot in class, we will hold that bike for you! But, if you don’t show up, because we’ve held that bike for you, your drop in or 10 class will not be refunded. If you hold an unlimited membership you will be charged for a single cycle drop-in.
Plan to arrive and check in 5 min. before the start of your class, otherwise we will assume you are not coming and your seat will be offered to a student on our waitlist. Walk-ins are welcome!
We want you to make it to class! If you are running late and arrive after the class has started and your bike is still available, no problem! Just check in at the front desk and slide into class with minimal disruption.
Can’t make it?
No Problem! It’s easy to cancel.
You can cancel online or by calling the studio 12 hours in advance. Reservations that are not canceled in advanced will not be refunded and if you hold an unlimited membership you will be charged for a single cycle drop-in.
We recommend cycling shoes, our pedals work with SPD style cleats but any athletic shoe will do.
What to bring?
Water! Yes, the room is lightly heated and you will sweat! You will also want to bring a hand towel to wipe that sweat from your brow as you ride and to wipe down your bike and area after your class leaving it ready for the next rider.
Ideally, you should practice every day. In the beginning start with 2-3 classes a week and gradually work up to 4 or 5 and eventually committing to a daily practice. As with everything in life it takes effort to make anything effortless. The more committed to a consistent and regular practice, the greater the results. The time is now to powerfully and purposefully transform your life!
Great! This is exactly where you should be! No one is fit or flexible when beginning a journey and commitment to health and fitness…yoga, pilates, barre, cycle…these aren’t just for the super flexible and fit individuals, they are for everyone and anyone looking to be healthier, more fit, and yes, more flexible.
We all start wherever we are, regardless of age, ability or fitness level. The important thing is to start. Strength will come, flexibility will come, presence of mind will come. Transformation on every level is waiting for you, little by little, day by day, you will begin to feel better and more alive as you tap into your vitality and an awakened spirit, living from the fullest expression of who you are.
All of our classes! At Hot Elevation we cultivate the most effective practices available to leave you invigorated and your aspirations validated. A consistent heated practice changes your body from the inside out, literally! You may not notice the changes at first, but they are happening at the deepest levels. If you have weight to lose, you will lose weight.
You will also build muscle along with stamina, discipline, focus and flexibility. Along with all these wonderful physical benefits the true transformation happens in your heart and soul as you awaken to the potential that lies within you.
We want you to have the best experience possible! Here are a few practices to ensure you and those round you have a great visit to our studio.
- turn off cell phones before entering the studio
- remove your shoes before entering the practice room
- refrain from wearing fragrance or cologne
- practice good hygiene: body, mat, towel, attire, etc
- respect others while practicing, avoid unnecessary discussion during class
- clean up around you, wipe your bike or equipment down, take your belongings with you when class is over
- if you arrive late or need to leave early, please do so quietly as to disturb others
- create space for everyone, adjust your mat as needed
- stay for savasana. If you need to leave early, please do so before savasana begins
- most importantly, have fun!
Absolutely. Pregnancy provides an amazing opportunity to tune-in to your body at a whole new level. If you had a regular practice before becoming pregnant it is generally regarded as safe to continue. We recommend scaling back to about 80% effort and continue to do so more as your pregnancy progresses, eventually transitioning your practice to slow flow, yin or one of our basics classes in our warm room.
Always let the instructor know if you are pregnant and check with your physician before making any changes or starting an exercise program.
Listen To And Honor Your Body
Rest, take child’s pose, modify for a few breaths and join in again when you are ready.
Be well hydrated to maximize your practice and recover quickly. Electrolytes, coconut water and fresh juices are excellent ways to help keep you hydrated, in balance and feeling strong.
Find Your Breath
The breath is key in connecting to yourself, tuning in and listening to your body. It is the most important tool you have in linking mind and body. Let your breath create space and cultivate vibrancy from which to flow.
It’s fine to “play your edge” just never go past it. If you respectfully approach your edge, your body’s intelligence will learn to trust and open respectively. If you slam up against or go beyond it, you invite injury and your body’s intelligence will naturally look to create a muscular bypass or alternative way of protecting itself sometimes resulting in injury. Be respectful and listen to your body, your body knows and if you’re in the here and now you will know how.
If you have an injury be sure to let the instructor know and modify as needed. Never hesitate to ask for assistance or get support from the instructor.
Go Slowly, Move Mindfully
If you feel pain, stop what you are doing. Discomfort is good, pain is bad.
Refuel Your Body
Eat a healthy, nutritious diet, stay hydrated and take electrolytes to replenish minerals/salt lost during sweating and get good quality sleep.
Reservations are nontransferable – you book it, you take it. This means no swapping with a family member, friend, or another student etc.
Yes, all students are required to have a valid CC on file, otherwise booking will be suspended without extension of membership or pricing option.