Wanting to try IHP but can’t make the Saturday class? Coming to the 4:30 Bikram class and want to try IHP? Monday October  18th at 6:15pm @hotpilates_boy will be hosting BYB’s first weekday IHP 60 min class! Tell your friends… Drop Ins Welcome!!

We have created a Team for the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Pink BYB Breast Cancer Awareness bracelets are available at the front desk! Please make a donation online or in studio to help reach our goal of $1000.00. Thank you to those have that have donated already! Our Team name is BoobSweat and Tears! Need a new mat? Pink waymats will be available for purchase throughout October. 50% of the proceeds will be donated to assist our team in reaching its goal!


BYB will be offering Inferno Hot Pilates on Saturday mornings…

Using Pilates principles,  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. Drop In rate for Non- members ($30) Please sign up online!

New Class Times & Studio News

September 12, 2021

Check the schedule…. We added 2 new class times!

Thursdays @ 9am with Lee and Fridays @ 6am with Diana 

Saturday 9/25 Bring your daughter to class for FREE @ 7:30 & 9:45, please use age discretion!


Follow for Upcoming Fundraisers for Susan G. Komen and Challenge in October!



Rajashree Choudhury Talks Yoga Therapy
For the first time, Bikram Yoga Burlington welcomes Rajashree Choudhury for a very special event on Sunday April 7th. Rajashree will lead us through a traditional Bikram Yoga class followed by a Q&A on yoga therapy and yoga philosophy. In a separate session, available to all Bikram certified teachers and interested students, Rajashree will deliver a lecture on the Bikram Yoga Pregnancy series.

At the urging of her parents, Rajashree began her yoga practice when she was four years-old. She is a five-time winner of the National Indian Yoga Championship from 1979 to 1983. By age 11, Rajashree won several titles. This experience shaped her life dream of encouraging youth to practice yoga. Born in Kolkata, living in Los Angeles since age 19, Rajashree Choudhury’s background is a true blend of the East and West.

To promote yoga-asana as a sport, Rajashree founded the United States Yoga Federation and the International Yoga Sports Federation. Because of Rajashree’s efforts, the International Yoga Asana Championships is now in it’s tenth year.

Rajashree believes that introducing yoga at an early age helps ameliorate and avoid problems that arise as one journeys through life. With a special focus on the emotional side of yoga, Rajashree advocates yoga’s impact on not only physical health, but also the mind, body and soul. 

Rajashree has a degree in yoga therpay and is certified with the International Association of Yoga Therapists. She travels worldwide to conduct seminars and workshops, host yoga retreats and spread personal development. Inspired by her personal teachers, Dr. P. S. Das and Dr. Kushala Das, as well other great teachers such as B. K. S. Iyengar and Paramahansa Yogananda, Rajashree is led by her heart and motivated by the transformations yoga brings.

In1994, Rajashree co-founded Bikram Yoga’s Teacher Training program, and continues teaching heated hatha yoga..

“Yoga means union. May yoga unite you with yourself, your breath, your body and the new life you are creating.”

Jenn R.

How long have you been practicing Bikram Yoga?

On and off for 6 years. More regularly fall through spring.

How often do you practice Bikram Yoga?

2-3 times/week.

Why did you begin Bikram Yoga and what benefits have you seen?

A friend originally asked me to join her for class. The meditative and physical benefits help my overall well being.

What life changes have you experience since you started practicing? Bikram helps me manage stress and anxiety. It also helps with sleeping at night. Along with physical benefits of building strength, balance and flexibility.

Favorite Posture?

Standing Bow Pulling Pose. I enjoy trying to improve this posture every class.

Least Favorite Posture?

Eagle Pose. I’m not able to get my foot behind my calf.

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How did you discover Bikram?

My friend asked me to join her for class 6 years ago.