The Beginner Bikram Yoga Class is a type of hot yoga that is practiced in Bikram studios around the world. It includes 26 postures and two breathing exercises in a heated room designed to warm and stretch muscles, ligaments, and tendons. By the end of the 90-minute class, you will have worked every muscle, tendon, joint, ligament, internal organ, and gland while systematically moving fresh, oxygenated blood to 100% of your body.
What to bring to class
Dress comfortably in shorts and a tank or t-shirt. Try not to eat for 2 hours before class, but come to class hydrated. Bring a yoga mat, bath-sized towel, and water bottle. Yoga mats and towels are available for rental. Beverages are available for purchase.
Bob Scanlon, Studio Owner/Director. I started practicing Bikram Yoga in 2005 and
was certified as a Bikram Yoga Instructor in
Honolulu, Hawaii in Fall 2007. I opened Bikram Yoga Hudson in the Spring 2010.
Jackie Carrera - I started practicing Bikram Yoga in 2008. I attended Bikram Yoga teacher training in Las Vegas
in Spring 2010. The physical and emotional breakthrough were
immediate. Suffering for years with
chronic asthma, I found the healing effects of Bikram Yoga for this
problem. My asthma is now in complete
remission. I enjoy seeing students also heal from this yoga and have breakthroughs with their postures, health, and confidence.
Larry Kovner - I started practicing Bikram Yoga in 2008 and quickly
discovered its many benefits. Years of running took its toll on my lower back
and I suffered from lower back issues. I noticed in myself and others the amazing
healing power of regular yoga practice.
I attended Bikram Yoga teacher training in Las Vegas
in Spring 2010. Being a Bikram Yoga teacher is one of the most rewarding experiences
of my life. I enjoy connecting and sharing this yoga with students. I’m honored
to be able to share the knowledge I have gained from great teachers. The
students continuously inspire me, and I’m dedicated to helping them reach their
Laura Senst - I attended Bikram Yoga Teacher Training in Los Angeles, Spring 2014.