The Hot Yoga Spot 

The Hot Yoga Spot is a hot yoga and barre fitness facility with six New York locations in Albany, Binghamton, Clifton Park, East Greenbush, Latham and Saratoga Springs. We offer a robust daily schedule with options for both beginner and advanced students. With 50 talented instructors and more than 200 weekly sessions, we are the coolest way to get hot. Come get hot and reserve your spot.

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W A T E R . R U L E S . . We’ve all heard it 100 times. Stay hydrated! Here’s our favorite tips: . . 1. Create a routine and make rules! Ex: drink a water with your coffee or every time you leave the bathroom. . 2. Drink a glass of water 30 mins before meal and again 60 mins after meal. . 3. Drink luke warm water when waking up. It helps kickstart the body, removes toxins, cleans urinary tract and activates internal organs. . 4. If you’re hungry or tired, try drinking water. Those are both signs of dehydration. . 5. Easily track your water intake. Buy a larger bottle and remember how many times you fill it up each day so you know the amount you’ve had. . . Comment an emoji if you found these tips helpful! 🙌

“Finding yourself” is not really how it works. You aren’t a 10 dollar bill in last winters coat pocket. . . You are not lost. Your true self is right there, buried under cultural conditioning, other peoples opinions, and inaccurate conclusions you drew as a kid that became your beliefs about who you are. . . “Finding yourself” is actually returning to yourself. An unlearning, an excavation, a remembering who you were before the world got its hands on you.

F L E X I B I L I T Y . . With time comes flexibility. You wouldn’t expect to walk into a gym and pick up a 400 pound weight on day one, right? Yoga is a life long practice and progress will be gradual. Just like with anything, you get better with time.❤️

Y O G A . VS . Y O G I . . So what is the relationship between yoga and yogi? Yoga teaches you to connect with your Self, allowing you to develop the ability to respond to situations and to be “present.” . . Yoga helps you generate the strength that you need to tolerate difficult situations and to maintain calmness in times of turbulence. In simple terms, yoga allows us to embrace the qualities of a yogi, to face the truth about our inner selves, and to lead a more meaningful and valued life.