Hot Yoga Om Classes
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Hot Yoga Om in Fort Walton Beach offers a variety of hot yoga classes for all fitness levels, including different room heated temperatures, gentle slow flow classes and high energy hot yoga classes.
Hot Yoga Class Details
101: Heated Ahhhh-sana (95-98°)
Practice in a warm room, move slowly while de-stressing your body and mind. Heated Ahhhh-sana class is an all levels, hot yoga class designed to encourage relaxation of the body. Highly encouraged for beginners who need a slower pace! Room heated to 95-98°.
Deep Connections – YinYoga (80-85°)
This hot yoga class is perfect for the beginner and experienced alike. It offers the balance of both yin and yang philosophies aiming to increase strength and flexibility, which allows more energy and lower stress. In the Yin practice, each posture is held from 3-5 minutes resulting in a beautiful peaceful release in the body. In the Yang practice, we return the body to effortless, fluid movement with breath.
Heated Hatha (95-98°)
Highly encouraged for beginners! Heated Hatha: Practice in a warm room, move slowly while building your stamina and flexibility. Heated Hatha is an all levels, hot yoga class designed to encourage proper alignment of the body. Room heated to 95-98°.
Hot 26 (101-105°)
This is a mixed level class, suitable for all ages. Hot 26: Sequence of 26 postures & 2 breathing exercises practiced in a heated room. Enjoy an energizing hot yoga practice that will get you moving, breathing and purifying. A regular practice cultivates mental focus, discipline, and a foundation for meditation in motion. Room heated to 101-105°.
Radiant Flow (98-103°)
Time to get moving! This vinyasa flow-style, hot yoga class will allow you to mindfully explore, deepen, and advance your Asana practice. Practiced in a heated room, it is perfect for beginners with some experience and advanced students alike. Room heated to 98-103°.
101: Yoga Breakdown (85-90°)
Let’s break it down! With a new focus every week – from child’s pose to inversions – this hot yoga class is perfect for the beginner student looking to learn to the experienced student looking to hone their practice. Learn the fundamentals of yoga and develop a better understanding of the poses, alignment, and breath. Practiced in a warm room to ease the muscles and joints through the postures. Room heated to 85-90°.
Barkan Method I & II (101-105°)
Level I: A series of standing and floor postures that serve as building blocks for increased balance, flexibility, and core strength. These yoga asanas are designed to work internally and externally. Internally, improvements to the heart, spleen, kidneys, liver, and intestines are realized through consistent practice. Externally, the joints, muscles, tendons, and ligaments are all made stronger. Although the vinyasas are developed for intermediate level yogis, it may be practiced by beginners as well. Modifications are offered for beginners.
The series is derived from a Yoga lineage originally born in Calcutta, India. Level II: At the heart of this hot yoga class is a 5 vinyasa flow which extends the Level I Barkan Method. These vinyasas help to create a calming of the mind, quieting of the brain’s chatter, and deep relaxation response. The intention is to balance the body, quiet the mind, and nourish the soul. This class concludes with a floor series similar to Level I.
Barkan Method Slow Flow (101-105°)
Based on the Barkan Method of Hot Yoga, this class slows down the flow! Each Asana, or pose, is maintained for a longer duration to promote proper alignment, increase flexibility in tendons and connective tissue, and strengthen the core. Each hot yoga class closes with a few minutes of meditation to calm and connect the body, mind, and spirit!
Day Break (101-105°)
Suitable for all levels of experience. Hot 26 is a sequence of 26 postures and breathing exercises practiced in a heated room. This Hatha style, hot yoga class is an energizing practice that will get you moving, breathing, and purifying. A regular practice that cultivates mental focus, discipline, and a foundation for meditation in motion. Room heated 101-105°.
HOT Vinyasa (101-105°)
Hot Vinyasa: Taught in alignment with the Barkan Method of Hot Yoga. This style integrates postures from a specific lineage out of Calcutta as well as the classic Yoga tradition to create variations and even greater range of motion. This hot yoga class is best practiced in a heated environment to simulate the conditions where it was originally developed and to better stretch and strengthen various areas of the body. The practice brings vital balance and helps restore systems to optimal health. Consistency will create a physical, mental and spiritual harmony that will be felt in all areas of the practitioner’s life. Room is heated 101-105°.
Philosophy Flow (98-102°)
Enjoy a hot yoga class with a philosophical theme on yoga, life, and spirituality. This is a thoughtful and flow-based practice. Beginners Welcome. Room heated to 98-102°.
Radical Flow (100-107°)
Just like it sounds! Get ready to move, sweat, and challenge your body and mind in our faster paced Radical Flow class meant to purify and build your overall physique. Expect some fun balance poses, inversions, and ab work!
Slow Flow (98-103°)
Beginners through more advanced students will enjoy the benefits of this practice. Slow Flow: Ease your body, mind, and soul into your day with this slow Vinyasa style class. Practiced in a heated room, this hot yoga class allows the body to gently deepen and open while fluidly moving through the postures. Room heated to 98-103°.
Preparing for your Hot Yoga Class – Important things to remember:
Bring your own mat and a large towel that will cover your mat. Mats and towels are available for sale at the Hot Yoga Om studio at low prices.
Moisturizer and make-up can get in the eyes when you sweat, causing them to burn. Cleaning your face prior to your hot yoga class may help. A small hand towel may also be useful in wiping sweat from your eyes.
Suitable attire for your hot yoga class will allow the skin to breathe, such as shorts or pants above the knees, and tanks or short sleeve shirts. In colder months, you may want to bring a dry change of clothes for after class.
We recommend that you do not eat heavily 2 hours before class.
If at any time you feel light-headed, dizzy or sick, do not hesitate to excuse yourself from the class or take child’s pose or savasana until you are ready to join the class again.
Due to excessive sweating, it is important to drink water before, during, & after your hot yoga class. Bring your own water bottle.
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Love the vibe of each instructor—very much fits their class type and atmosphere. The instructors’ knowledge level is always increasing which helps everyone find their edge during each class. As an experienced yogi, I appreciate this. Awesome yoga studio to practice! There’s a class for everyone!
OMazing. I am post hip replacement and pre knee replacement. I am brand new to yoga. The heat allowed me to stretch deeper than I thought I was able. The beginner pace allowed me to learn the poses without slowing the flow too much. Excellent! I will be back!