Farmington Hills -
Sunday, February 1, 2015
today's class schedule
Sunday, February 1, 2015
Class sizes are limited, arrive early to ensure place in class
detroit bikram blog
Bikram Yoga is a therapeutic 90-minute series of yoga postures
that improves flexibility, strength, and balance of the body and
improves mental clarity and focus. It is practiced in a heated room
(105 degrees), which warms the muscles and joints, improves
circulation, detoxifies the body through sweat, and significantly
reduces the risk of injury during stretching. Come join us for a
class! We are open 7 days a week, morning, afternoon, evening. View
our weekly schedule here.
First-timer? No problem. No previous experience neccesary. No
flexibility needed. Just come to class with an open mind, well
hydrated, and ready to sweat! Read here
about how to prepare
for class. Our lobby is open 30 minutes before class. Please arrive
at least 15 minutes early as a beginner, the classes start on time,
we expect all yoga students to be in the room before class starts.
news and events
Monday Feb 2nd - Classes Cancelled 7am &
Due to severe overnight weather we are
cancelling the 7am class in Farmington Hills and the 6am class in
Troy. We expect to keep all other classes on the schedule. Please
check in here before driving to studio.
Introductory Special - "30 Days for $49"
Start your Bikram Yoga experience with this great
Introductory offer of unlimited yoga for 30 Days! Our year-round
offer for beginners! Sign up online or in the studio lobby
15-20 minutes before any class on the schedule.
TO ALL runners, marathoners, and atheletes.... this is worth the
read! Our yoga student Mami Kato gets remarkable results from just
one Bikram Yoga class per week! Mami, we are proud of the great
results you are getting in your life, and we love the great
attitude that you have towards your yoga practice and your passion
"... I've heard that some elite runners swear by
Bikram Yoga for preventing running injuries, and I agree with that
assessment. But my experience tells me that Bikram
also makes you a stronger runner, both in speed and
endurance. Runners are generally inflexible bunch. We have to
be careful and listen to our bodies when practicing Bikram because
the hot room could bring out our competitive nature and lead us to
over extend ourselves. The discipline it teaches us is
invaluable. And I know that my yoga practice will get me to
many more Boston Marathons and even faster half and full marathons
in the near future... "