There are a lot of myths about hot yoga that keep people from trying it out, even though most of them are completely untrue. In this post, we’re going to debunk the biggest myths about hot yoga and hopefully, entice more people to join our growing community.
Myth #1: I have to be flexible.
The biggest misconception about hot yoga — or, indeed, any type of yoga — is that you have to be flexible. But do note that the ability to bend and twist is not a prerequisite to any yoga practice; it’s actually something that you develop over time. There are modifications...more
Owner of The Hot Yoga Spot, Jessica Fuller, was interviewed for her opinion on best website platforms for franchises:
“I use SpaceCraft for my franchise website. They were a natural choice because I also use them for my other businesses and corporate-owned locations,” Jessica Fuller, founder and CEO of The Hot Yoga Spot, wrote in an email. “The platform is easy to use, provides plenty of customization options, integrates SEO and provides easy-to-understand...more
With the variety of yoga classes available at The Hot Yoga Spot, beginner students and those new to our studios may not know which class they should take first. If you find yourself in this situation, keep reading to learn a bit more about the classes we offer at our New York yoga studio.
1.) Beginner Sessions
Our beginner yoga classes are created for newbies in mind and have a slower flow and more detailed pose descriptions. These are perfect for those who haven't taken a yoga class in a while, or even seasoned yogis who want to slow it down. Beginner level...more
At the Hot Yoga Spot, we believe that a healthy community helps yoga practitioners amplify the physical and mental benefits of yoga. By creating connections both within our studio and throughout the surrounding community, we're able to give our yoga students a place to call home. Whether you're a new yogi looking for likeminded individuals, or simply looking to give back to your community, learn how we foster community in many different ways.
Posting Teacher Profiles and Student Testimonials Online
We always publish detailed profiles of our yoga teachers on...more
I work out once every year and it’s when we shoot these squad workout videos. After which it takes me one week to recover physically, 51 more to recover emotionally, and then I’m ready to pump iron again. For as long as my metabolism keeps up to the par it is at I will stick with this formula, and then I will probably cave to Taylor’s wish to join her at the gym. But for now, we tested out BarreFlow, a very popular workout group based in the Capital Region that combines barre and yoga.
John and I are fit for neither, but we made it through to tell the tale.
In today's world and the rise of social media, many are tempted to measure themselves and their bodies against others. This can lead to fixating on a perceived flaw, causing anxiety, feelings of low self-worth, and even depression. The practice of yoga can help you to end the negative self-talk and focus on a more positive internal environment. By connecting your breath with your body's movements, yoga can help you slow down and pay attention to your body, the way you move, and the wisdom that you hold inside of yourself. Read on to see several ways that taking yoga classes can help to...more
March Madness is a great way to dedicate yourself to being present on your mat and in your life. Try new things and switch up your routine to create positive changes in your body and mind. Enjoy all of this while also earning great prizes.
The Hot Yoga Spot has been offering the March Madness competition for seven years and it is always fun for everyone. Each year, the enthusiasm and participation grows and we love to reward you for your commitment. Hopefully, you are already enjoying the physical and emotional benefits of yoga and barre. Compete this month and let us spoil you for...more