Yoga HEAT has been open just over a year and is always expanding its schedule and offerings to meet the needs of its growing community, especially athletes who want to stay healthy for the sports they love to do.
While brainstorming on integrating the idea of hot yoga and serving athletes in a studio setting, Elizabeth came up with the clever name for her business. Yoga HEAT not only suggests hot yoga, it is an acronym for Yoga Helps Every Athlete Thrive. It’s a perfect name for a studio that offers a challenging and powerful yoga practice to its students. Elizabeth and the other instructors pride themselves in tailoring classes to meet individual student needs. At Yoga HEAT, it’s about having a great yoga experience, whether you’re an athlete or not.
To welcome the community and encourage attendance, regardless of income, Yoga HEAT offers a daily SPICY (Sliding Payment - Inclusive Community Yoga) class. Elizabeth explains, “Students pay what they can for the class. It helps ensure there is one class a day that anyone can afford.” Check out Elizabeth’s Blog>>
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