Alert: SUMMER 2014 SCHEDULE CHANGES:
July 1 through Labor Day- NO Saturday 4pm Class
Friday, July 4: 7:30am & 9:30am ONLY (NO 5pm)
WELCOME GROUPON CUSTOMERS:
- Pre-registration is not required.
- All classes are 90 minutes and open to beginners.
- Bring a mat, towel and some water with you to class (we do rent mats and towels and sell bottled water if you forget anything).
- Come to class hydrated and on an empty stomach (no food approximately 2 hours before class).
- We are looking forward to seeing you!
Bikram Yoga Danvers
What is Bikram Yoga?
Bikram Yoga is 26 Hatha Yoga Postures and 2 Breathing Exercises performed in a heated environment. This series systematically moves fresh oxygenated blood to every muscle, tissue, organ and gland in the body, revitalizing your entire body, inside-out, bones-to-skin!
What should I bring?
Bring a Yoga Mat, Towel and Water. If you forget any of these things, we have them to rent and/or purchase at the studio.
What should I wear?
Wear clothing that is easy to move in, light and fitted. Best clothing for women is shorts and a sports bra or tank. Best clothing for men is shorts.
What should I expect?
Expect to work hard in the class and take breaks when you need to. The goal on your first day is to stay in the room for the full 90 minutes. Each day you will be able to do more than you ever thought possible. Just do your best and try the right way- then you get 100% benefit!
What should I do before the class?
Come to class hydrated! Drink 1-2 Liters of water throughout the day before you come to class. It is better to hydrate throughout the day than to try to drink it all at once. Symptoms of dehydration are dizziness and nausea, you definitely don't want to be battling this on your first class. Come on an empty stomach. Don't eat about 2-4 hours before the class, your body will be trying to digest food and you need your body's 100% energy for the task at hand! Arrive 15 minutes early to fill out our waiver, get acquainted with the studio's facilities, set up your mat and let us know about any injuries or conditions you may be working with.