Immerse Yourself in Phoenix’s Hot Yoga Scene

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In the valley of the sun it’s hot. But hot yoga is even hotter. There are many studios to enjoy and sweat your stress away: Hot Yoga University, CorePower yoga, and radi8 yoga are all worthy options. They each offer something unique depending on your experience and the type of class you are looking for. 

Drop in at Hot Yoga University for $12

When you walk into HYU, located on Scottsdale Road, you’ll find a studio full of good vibes. The instructors are all friendly, and if you come often enough, you’ll be greeted by name. The studio even has an orange Fuego sign that adds to the already exciting atmosphere. 

If you’re interested in unlimited yoga every month you can buy an unlimited VIP membership for $99 dollars. This includes 10% off retail and workshops. For more information about passes, visit Hot Yoga University

Enjoy 5 types of classes: 

Hot Yasa, a 60-minute power flow class, is a challenging class that helps students explore their breath with lots of movement.
Hatha is a good starting point for beginners and focuses on static poses.
Iron Yasa, an advanced level class, combines Yasa yoga principles with added weights.
Hot Fit, a 30-minute class, is focused on fitness.
Hot Pilates, the bridge between CrossFit and Yoga, connects cardio with weightlifting, ab workouts, and full body toning

Radi8 yoga radiates relaxation post workout

Situated in the Biltmore area, the yoga room at Radi8 has one of the hottest rooms in Phoenix. It features classes with 50-70% humidity, and a temperature of up to 106 degrees. It’s a challenging experience, but leaves yogis feeling refreshed, and healthy. 

Radi8 has options when it comes to class packs. If you’d like to try out classes before committing to a membership, you can purchase an 8-day pass for $20 of unlimited yoga. 

Dive-in to 2 types of classes:

Radi8HOT, a 65-minute class, focuses on traditional hot yoga postures with an upbeat flow
Radi8EXPRESSFLOW, a 50-minute class, isn’t as hot, but helps build strength in the mind and body 

Visit to sign-up now. 

CorePower infuses core work into every class

With multiple locations throughout the valley, CorePower has something for everyone. If you’d like to check it out, you can try 3 classes for free. The studio offers flexibility for students, working professionals, and anyone with a busy schedule. 

Try four distinct classes that offer distinct benefits: 

C1, a traditional yoga experience, offers a full body flow, and serves as the perfect introduction to hot yoga.
C2 is the perfect class for a yogi who already knows what they’re doing.
Yoga Sculpt, a fast-paced strength training class, is the perfect workout infused with squats, lunges, and bicep curls. 

Bring your yoga mat, your favorite athleisure outfit, and be ready to get sweaty during one of these challenging classes perfect for all yogis. No matter what you’re looking for, you’ll be suited to find your zen while meditating at a hot yoga class.  

Hot Yoga University: 2501 N Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale, AZ; // @hotyogau

Radi8 HOT YOGA: 3950 E Indian School Rd. #110, Phoenix, AZ; // @radi8hotyoga

CorePower: 5539 N 7th St Suite 116 and 10810 N Tatum Blvd, Phoenix, AZ; // @corepoweryoga

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