Melbourne Yoga

Pure Hot Yoga, Melbourne

Pure Hot Yoga is Melbourne’s leading Hot Yoga Studio in the East. People travel from all over Melbourne to attend Pure Hot Yoga. Located in Melbourne’s East, Pure Hot Yoga offers many different hot yoga styles to Melbourne.

Pure Hot Yoga Melbourne is located at 1/753 Mountain Hwy. Bayswater, proudly servicing Melbourne’s outer suburbs. Excellent location in Bayswater with easy access from Melbourne CBD. Offering a wide variety of hot yoga styles and classes.

  • Pure Hot Yoga (Original Series)
  • Pure Hot Yoga (A Series)
  • Pure Hot Yoga (B Series)
  • Pure Hot Yoga (Power Vinyasa)
  • Pure Hot Yoga (Yin)
  • Pure Hot Yoga (Slow Flow)

Pure Hot Yoga was the first to offer Melbourne the amazing Absolute Yoga series. The Melbourne Yoga community has fallen in love with this style of hot yoga. Melbourne now knows Absolute yoga as Pure Hot yoga (A series).

Pure Hot Yoga also offers Melbourne the original hot yoga series. Pure hot yoga (Original Series) is based on the series popularised by Bikram Choudhury & Bikram Yoga. The Melbourne yoga community has taken to Pure Hot Yoga’s interpretation of this series. Pure hot yoga (Original series) is 60-90 minutes of 26postures heated to 38˚ with a set structure but offers variations for all levels of yoga students.

Pure Hot Yoga Melbourne has now seen a rising demand for Yin Yoga. As Melbourne’s leading hot yoga studio, embracing all styles of hot yoga. We are proud to announce our new Pure Hot Yoga Yin. Pure Hot Yoga (Yin) is a style of yoga that targets the deep connective tissues of the body and the fascia that covers the body. Pure Hot Yoga (Yin) helps regulate the flow of energy in the body. Pure Hot Yoga Yin postures are more passive postures mainly on the floor. Pure Hot Yoga Yin is unique in that you are asked to relax in the yoga posture, soften the muscle and move closer to the bone. Pure Hot Yoga Yin offers a much deeper access to the body. It is not uncommon to see postures held for three to five minutes.

The Melbourne hot Yoga community also enjoys Pure Hot Yoga (B series) this is based on the Barkan Method. The Barkan Method is a style of Hatha Yoga that originated from a lineage in Calcutta, India that is practiced in 38deg. Pure Hot Yoga (B series) The Barkan Method finds its roots from this lineage in Calcutta but also integrates postures from other styles of hot yoga to create variations and even greater range of movement. Pure Hot Yoga (B series) brings vital balance and restores all systems to optimal health. Consistency will create a physical, mental & spiritual harmony that will be felt in all areas of your life.

The Melbourne yoga community also enjoys Pure Hot Yoga (Power Vinyasa). Pure Hot Yoga (Power Vinyasa) is a fluid like hot yoga class emphasizing muscle strength, flexibility & total core conditioning. Suitable for Beginner to advanced students. Pure Hot Yoga (Power Vinyasa) is practiced in a heated studio Heated to 35°C. Ideal for sculpting those problem areas, Dropping those extra kilos whilst gaining mental clarity.

Pure Hot Yoga also offers Melbourne Pure Hot Yoga Somachi.
Pure Hot Yoga Somachi finds its roots in the teachings of SomaChi Yoga – Soma meaning body and Chi being the life force or energy that animates us.

SomaChi yoga is a unique style of hot yoga that combines classical Hatha with Tai Chi and Vinyasa Flow. It is a rich discipline that has its roots in Tibetan Buddhism, Somatics and Tai Chi. With Somachi hot yoga, you can expect to connect to a strong awareness of your body and breath, movement that flows from one posture to the next and which enables joints and muscles to move with ease and feel good. (This style in currently unavailable Pure hot yoga Melbourne)

Hot Yoga deals for Melbourne residents

For our Melbourne based customers, we are pleased to offer a introductory offer of a 14 day unlimited yoga pass for only $25. We are confident and we know from experience that our clients need only one visit to start the improvement process and we invite you to make that first step today.

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