Hot Room Etiquette (Deutsche Version in Bearbeitung)

The Hot Room is a unique environment inside of which you are given the opportunity to focus on self-reflection through a systematic, coordinated 90 minute breath-movement meditation. Please be aware that all external stimuli is beyond your personal control. This will allow you to focus inward through breath and alignment and achieve greater self-control. The teacher is solely responsible for controlling the environment. You are responsible for controlling yourself. Work hard and have fun.

  • It is strictly forbidden to bring phones or any other electronic and/or digital devices to the Hot Room
  • Please arrive on time and fully prepared for class
  • Please do not wear shoes or socks inside the Hot Room, the practice is done barefeet
  • Please do not bring your phones or any other electronic and/or digital devices to the Hot Room
  • Please remain respectfully silent during the whole class and listen carefully to the instructions of the teacher
  • Please stay on your mat unless an emergency situation arises or you are instructed to leave by the teacher
  • Please start to drink water only after eagle pose and afterwards in between the postures
  • No glass bottles are permitted in the Hot Room
  • Please keep your water bottle close to your mat
  • Come to class properly hydrated so you will need to drink less water during the class
  • For hygienic reasons and to to prevent bacterial growth and odours please cover your yoga mat with a larger towel, especially if it is one of the studio mats since there will be other persons using the mat after you
  • Please do no rush out of the class after the final breathing exercise and allow yourself a few minutes in relaxation to absorb the maximum benefits
  • When finally leaving the Hot Room do this in silence out of respect for the others

Thank you in advance for your mindful presence and enjoy your Hot Yoga. The management reserves its right to exercise a house ban should the etiquette be not respected.

Download: Im Schwitzkasten- Artikel über Hot Yoga Frankfurt in der Frankfurter Rundschau vom 17. November 2018
Sauna oder Yoga? Beides lässt sich auch verbinden. Ein Selbstversuch.
Frankfurter Rundschau Artikel.pdf
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