classes & studio

Bikram Yoga Burlington offers 2 types of classes:

The Original Bikram Yoga prescription – 26 postures & 2 breathing exercises. A 90 minute open eyed meditation, each posture is performed twice in a heated room to 105 degrees 40% humidity. This evenly paced, low impact class makes this perfect for any fitness level. The heat helps detoxify the body and promotes flexibility.

Hot Pilates is a challenging, full body, low impact, high intensity workout. It is performed on a yoga mat in a room heated to 95 degrees and 40% humidity. Hot Pilates strengthens muscles and burns fat – all without the pounding of a high impact workout. Dance Music and party lights get ready to have some FUN & SWEAT!

We also offer IV Hydration & Weight Management Injections by appointment.

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Class Schedule

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Monday

9:00 AM / Bikram Yoga

4:30 PM / Bikram Yoga

6:30 PM / Inferno Hot Pilates

Tuesday

Closed for sanitizing

Wednesday

6:00 AM / Bikram Yoga

9:00 AM / Bikram Yoga

4:30 PM / Bikram Yoga

6:30 PM / Inferno Hot Pilates

Thursday

9:00 AM / Bikram Yoga

5:30 PM / Bikram Yoga

Friday

6:00 AM / Bikram Yoga

9:00 AM / Bikram Yoga

4:30 PM / Bikram Yoga

Saturday

7:30 AM / Bikram Yoga

9:30 AM / Inferno Hot Pilates

Sunday

7:30 AM / Bikram Yoga

4:30 PM/ Bikram Yoga

frequently asked questions

Updated July 22, 2021. We continue to work closely with the State of Massachusetts in our operations during the pandemic. Please email the studio for full details of our operating and cleaning protocols. Email: [email protected]

Bikram Yoga is a sequence of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises that systematically works every part of your body, to give all the internal organs, all the veins, all the ligaments and all the muscles everything they need to maintain optimum health and maximum function.

Bikram Yoga has been taught in the United States for almost 50 years and is considered a beginners practice. It is accessible to everyone regardless of body type, range of motion and injury. The idea is that you give you 100% effort with the proper technique and you get 100% benefit for your body. Although the sequence is the same every time you come to class, your mind and body are different every day. As a result, the practice will remain challenging for the rest of your life. As you see more and more the results of your practice, you will also find it necessary to practice for the rest of you life.

Come as often as you can when you first start. The more you come to class the quicker your body will acclimate to the yoga room and the sooner you will feel the benefits of the yoga.

Yes. Preregistration is required. To sign up for class click HERE. Please note, we require 24 hours notice to cancel your reservation for class. There is a late fee charge of $30 if you cancel within the 24 hour window.

Yoga changes the construction of the body from the inside out, from bones to skin and from fingertips to toes. So before you change it, you have to heat it up to soften it, because a warm body is a flexible body. Then you can reshape the body any way you want. If you are feeling overwhelmed by the heat at first, it’s normal. With a consistent practice in your first 30 days your body will acclimate to it quickly.

You need a yoga mat, a towel large enough to cover your mat and water. Due to COVID, we do not have rentals at the studio and our water fountain is closed. For your convenience, we do have mats, towels and beverages for sale.

Usually having your a snack or a light meal at least 2 hours or more before class is best. However, everyone is different. If you are feeling too depleted during class you may need a piece of fruit closer to class time. If you are feeling weighed down throughout the, you ate too soon to class time. All of this will fall into place as you practice and get to know what your body needs.

Drink plenty of water during the day and come to class hydrated. Similar to eating, you’ll find that balance of how much water is best for you as your practice.

Bikram Yoga does have a pregnancy series. However, its best if you have a consistent practice of 6 months or more before getting pregnant and starting Bikram Yoga. Always check with your doctor first and let a staff member know that you are expecting.

Bikram Yoga is done in a heated room. Wear clothing you are comfortable sweating in. Generally wearing shorts, a tank top or athletic bra top is best. You want to be able to move freely in the posture without clothing sticking to you. Please note, underwear/undergarments of any sort are not considered yoga attire and will not permitted in class.

You do not need to be flexible. All of the postures done in the Bikram Yoga sequence are within natural human range of motion. If you have lost that range for any reason over time, the idea is that you work through the postures little by little to improve your flexibility, increase your stamina and ultimately increase range of motion. As a result the quality of your life outside of the yoga room will improve.

TESTIMONIALS

I feel physically and emotionally great. Days I am feeling low and depressed, I will hear some words of encouragement about the postures that I can relate to other things in life. I always walk out of the studio feeling great.

Ujwala, Student

I was one-and-a-half years post partum with my third child and I wanted to get back in shape. It was so hard at first, but it wasn’t long before I was hooked and then got my father started!

Amanda, Student

Bikram Yoga has given me more flexibility, left me free of discomfort, and created peace of mind. I know I’m doing something for my spine health presently and mostly future when I’m an old lady!

Debbie, Student
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