We have moved!

As of December 1, 2019, we're at our new location - 1560 George Street, White Rock, BC, V4B 4A4.

Our beginners yoga series is safe and effective for every "body" You're never too old to start. Come try one of our classes today. We offer infrared hot yoga, warm yin yoga and hot pilates or HIIT.

Our FAR Infrared Heated Yoga Studio classes will help you lose weight, build muscle tone, enhance your well-being and peace of mind. The large volume of air provides plenty of oxygen yoga leaves you feeling energized to take on your day. Yoga has been shown to relieve back problems, chronic pain, depression, insomnia, digestion problems, high blood pressure, arthritis, and more. Safe and effective for every "body" no matter how old and stiff you might think you are. Yoga has improved the mobility and lives of millions of people just like you all around the world. Make the decision to start today.
 
 
 

Original HOT 26 & 2

The original HOT 26 & 2 is hot yoga for beginners. A 90-minute series of 26 yoga poses and 2 breathing exercises performed in a heated room, it is safe and extremely effective for everyone regardless of what physical shape you're in.

Express Hot Yoga Class (60 Minutes)
Inspired by the "Original 90", this class is the sequence of postures and heated environment that you have grown to love, shortened to 60 minutes. It is the perfect class for those wanting to maintain a hot yoga practice, providing the maximum benefits of the "90 minute" in the shortest amount of time.

 
 

Inferno HOT Pilates

Based on Pilates prin­ci­ples, this class is a chal­leng­ing, full body, low impact, high inten­sity work­out. Practiced on a yoga mat in a room heated to 30 degrees celcius and 40% humid­ity, Inferno Hot Pilates strength­ens mus­cles and burns fat with­out the pound­ing of a high impact work­out. It is designed for all fit­ness levels.

 
 

YIN Yoga

Suitable for students at all levels, Yin Yoga is the perfect complement to the dynamic, muscular styles of yang yoga that emphasize internal heat, and the active lengthening and contracting of muscles. Yin practice requires holding postures in stillness for longer periods of time while practicing focused breathing. This transfers energy along the muscles, tendons, and ligaments to the deeper connective tissues of the hips, pelvis, and lower spine.