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First Time

Newcomers  to Hot Yoga Eindhoven can benefit from our introduction offer of  8 days of unlimited yoga classes for €12. After your 8-day Introduction you receive a 10% discount on your first 10-class / 1-month card.

  • No reservation is necessary. Arrive around 20 minutes before the class starts so you have time to register.
  • All levels are welcome to all our classes.
  • Women wear shorts / yoga pants & sports bra (T-shirts optional. Men wear shorts / swim shorts (T-shirts optional)
  • Bring two towels: one large one for your yoga mat and one to shower. A yoga mat is included with your first class. (You can rent or buy yoga mats & non-slip yoga towels in the studio.)
  • Hydrate before a hot yoga class. Drink at least 2 litres (around 8 glasses) the day before a class. Bring a bottle of water with you.
  • Practice on an empty stomach. Try not to eat for around 2 to 3 hours before class. If you must eat a snack, fruit is an option.
  • The heat may be challenging the first time, skip postures if you need to and focus on slowing down your breathing.
  • Keep breathing! Keep your breathing smooth and even.
  • Try to stay in the hot room. The teacher will keep an eye on you.
  • Benefit from our introductory offer and come back as soon as you can for the next class. It isn’t always easy but it gets easier every time.
  • Our yoga classes are in English and most of our teachers also understand and speak Dutch.
  • There is fruit and tea after class for everyone!

Yoga Classes – Hot 90 (classic Hot Bikram Yoga), Hot 60, Hot A 90, Hot Flow, Yin Yang, Yin

FAQ’s

Can I practice during pregnancy?
The practice of yoga postures in a hot room is exerting. If you are pregnant and not a regular practitioner of hot yoga, we advise you to join a pregnancy yoga class and start with hot yoga after your baby is born. Otherwise, simply let us know and we will give you specific modifications.

What if I have an injury?
We offer modifications and alternative poses as needed. Always let the teacher know if you have an injury and seek professional medical advice as necessary. We are happy to answer any of your questions.

What if I am not flexible?
Then yoga is perfect for you. With regular practice your flexibility will improve. Remember your yoga practice will enhance your strength, balance and stamina too.

What is different between sports and yoga?
​Sports are beneficial for you, especially when you love them! The main difference between yoga and sport is that yoga gives you boundless energy whereas sport can wear you out. Yoga is a great complement to every sport. For more information, read How yoga helps top sports people (Eindhoven Sport, May 2017).

How can I learn to relax?
We often focus on proper exercise, diet and being positive but a lot of us forget to take time to relax. Don’t forget to allow yourself the space and time to relax between your busy schedule and lifestyle, taking time off, even from physical yoga practice is sometimes a good thing. You practice letting go in a class during Savasana (the final relaxation at the end of each class).

Is yoga a cure for all?
Yoga will improve your quality of life and your health but it is not the miracle cure for every ill. We find the best answer is that practicing yoga brings you into a balanced relationship with how you are. And this peace of mind is healing in itself.