We are so excited that The Hot Yoga Spot was just listed as one of the 25 best Bikram yoga websites and blogs. The Hot Yoga Spot received the high honor of spot #6 because of all the great articles we share about the benefits of yoga, how to achieve a great work-life balance, how to incorporate yoga at home, and more. View the full list of winners and be sure to always catch our blog posts!
When building a yoga studio at home, you may have conflicting thoughts. You want it to be peaceful and beautiful, but you may not know where to start! That is a-okay. At The Hot Yoga Spot in New York, we specialize in providing you with the resources you need to relax and recharge through yoga. From classes to teacher training, we’ve got you covered! Here are our tips for creating the perfect...more
The Hot Yoga Spot has been invited to kickoff each day of Tulip Fest this year with a free yoga class. We will be hosting a yoga class at the main stage at Tulip Fest on both Saturday May 7th and Sunday, May 8th at 9:00 a.m. These classes are free to attend and appropriate for all levels and experience. We will also be hosting a free kids yoga class on May 7 at 1:30pm and a family yoga class on May 8 at the Kids Zone. All events take place at...more
March Madness is a great way to dedicate yourself to being present on your mat and in your life. Try new things and switch up your routine to create positive changes in your body and mind. Enjoy all of this while also earning great prizes.
The Hot Yoga Spot has been offering the March Madness competition for ten years and it is always fun for everyone. Each year, the enthusiasm and participation grows and we love to reward you for your...more
Spring is upon us, and with the craziness that has come with COVID-19 over the last few years, it can be easy to feel lost and unsure of the future holds. That is why we decided to center today’s post on tips for creating a simple and effective 7-day wellness and yoga challenge that you can continue using for weeks afterward to further your practice, relax your body and mind, and feel better knowing that you are committing to a plan that is...more
Yoga has absolutely exploded in popularity and shows no sign of slowing down. Even recently, more people of all ages have caught the yoga bug and are loving the benefits it brings and how it makes them feel. It’s no wonder why, either. Did you know that yoga actually positively affects your brain? It’s true! Keep reading to learn more and enjoy the many benefits of yoga at The Hot Yoga Spot today!more
Recovery After Yoga: What Your Body Needs + Why
Do you feel a little wrung out after yoga class? Are your muscles sore and achy? Maybe you’ve just gotten into yoga, maybe you’re a little out of practice, or maybe you’re simply amping up your routine with some new postures. Or maybe you’re learning a new style of practice that’s especially challenging.
A good yoga session can leave you feeling calm and energized at...more
Meet Jessica Fuller, Business Owner, and CEO at The Hot Yoga Spot, a premier hot yoga and barre fitness facility based in the state of New York.
Jessica Fuller founded The Hot Yoga Spot as a 22-year-old over a decade ago. She wanted to teach people yoga, help them, and do something for the community through her own business. Eleven...more
Yoga is often misunderstood as being limited to various poses that provide physical benefits and help you relax. But we shouldn’t forget that yoga also offers immense benefits for uniting the mind, body, and breath. By harmonizing all three, you are creating a calmer, happier frame of mind and developing a stronger, more flexible body at the same time.
When yoga is utilized as a therapeutic practice, it can be incorporated into an...more
We can all agree that there are many wonderful benefits to be gained from regular yoga practice, from gentle exercise to stress relief and improved mental health. It’s a wonderful way to increase self-awareness and boost your strength, balance, and flexibility.
However, using yoga for recovery when you’re sick may be a new concept for some. Let’s take a look at how yoga can make a difference in ailment recovery, and which poses may be...more