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• Arrive at least 15 minutes before class. You'll have the time you need to register, change and get oriented. New students under 18 will need a parent's or guardian's signature or should be accompanied by an adult regardless of their previous experience.DOWNLOAD THE MINOR LIABILITY RELEASE FORM. GET LEGAL PARENT/GUARDIAN SIGNATURE REQUIRED FOR MINORS. 

• Dress like you're going to the beach, not a nude beach. Women typically wear a sports bra or a tank top with a built in bra and yoga or bike shorts. Men wear swim, or bike shorts. The room feels like Galveston on a warmer day, so be prepared to sweat. LONG SLEEVES AND BAGGY PANTS ARE NOT PERMITTED IN THE YOGA ROOM for Bikram Yoga class. Hot Pilates attire includes capris, sports bra (tank top optional) for women and bike shorts and tank top (or no shirt) for men.

• Avoid eating anything heavy 1-2 hours before practice. But don't practice with low blood sugar. Be smart about your fuel. 

Bring a yoga mat, a large towel, a non-glass bottle of water with you. Or you may rent or buy a mat, towel and water at the studio. Filtered water is available.
Bring a change of clothes and a shower towel to freshen up afterwards.

Drink plenty of water and electrolytes throughout the day and the day before. Take electrolytes into your 90 minute class. Learn how to rehydrate yourself properly. 

Five classes per week, or more, is the number that gives the best RESULTS. Whether it's helping you with emotional stability, lose weight or managing chronic pain, FIVE TIMES A WEEK IS THE NUMBER. Three days a week will help you feel better. But once you do five you never go back down to 3. You'll see.  

You'll soon find out what works for you and what your body needs. Please take time to relax.
Everyone feels challenged by the yoga during class. Always strive to reach your edge (WHATEVER THAT IS TODAY), but listen to your body. As a beginner sit down if you need to. It is normal to feel lightheaded or dizzy as your body acclimates and detoxes. This is temporary and these sensations will disappear.
Claim your reward at the end of class by resting on your mat for a few minutes and observing silence.

  • Please have clean feet and be perfume and cologne free. No shoes in the yoga room.
  • Mention any pre-existing injuries to the teacher so they can guide you as needed during class.
  • Be compassionate toward yourself. Rest sometimes. Yoga practice is not competitive.
  • Be on time. Stay the whole time. Take your time. Be on your mat, ready to go 2 minutes before class begins and take your 2 minute (minimum) savasana at the end of class.  We open our doors 30 minutes before each class and close 30 minutes after each class.
  • Be courteous to others who are meditating. No talking during yoga class. Practice stillness in between postures and when transitioning, move quietly. These habits create awareness, enhance concentration, and relax the body and the mind.
  • Find your focus, but know that your energy affects the entire studio. The front row sets an example of focus and discipline for the rest of the class.
  • Be cool when it’s hot. Always try your best.
  • Focus on only yourself in the mirror. No cell phones inside the yoga room.
  • Bring electrolytes and abundant amount of water in the room. No glass containers. No smoothies.
  • Try to stay in the room during class. 

What is Bikram Yoga?

Jeanne Heaton shares how she went from a heroine addict to a certified Bikram Yoga teacher.

Jeanne's video the day before she left for Bikram Yoga Teacher Training.

Student and Staff Testimonials
Jim Hewett

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April 11, 2007 is a special day for Jim Hewett. It’s the first time he stepped into a Bikram yoga studio. Jim was suffering from sciatica and herniated disks from years of motor cross and the strain of bending over to build guitars for a living. He even spent a month on his back, unable to move or work. Jim heard about the healing benefits of Bikram yoga and began practicing 6 times a week. Since then his flexibility in his back, blood pressure, and thyroid function have improved and he’s even gained half an inch in height!

Susie Jackson
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What does Susie Jackson do to stay centered and grounded? Bikram yoga. We think her mantra sums it up perfectly. “All my doubts are in the past and my fears are in the future and staying present is where I am most content. Mindful meditation helps me stay focused.”

Edward Waddell
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Fifty-one-year-old Edward Waddell started Bikram yoga in 2007. He remembers being lazy, out of shape, and lacked energy. Over the last 7 years, he said it has healed him in many ways and, without a doubt, believes it’s the best and healthiest way to exercise. His favorite part about Bikram yoga? Removing all of the toxins, keeping his muscles lean, and the energy he receives after class.


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