Bikram Yoga

A series of 26 postures and two breathing exercises practised at a temperature of 40 degrees Celsius and 40% humidity. The original, as it was intended, mega, sweaty 90 minute class! *Exclusive to this studio in Huddersfield.*

Bikram Yoga is a series of 26 postures and two breathing exercises practised at a temperature of 40 degrees Celsius and 40% humidity. It is a 90-minute class, delivered by a certified Bikram teacher. The Bikram Yoga ‘dialogue’ is utilised by teachers to guide students through the practice, so that the instruction remains the same, no matter which Bikram Yoga teacher is leading the class. 


  • Works out every muscle, tendon, ligament, joint, organ and gland
  • The heat enables deeper stretching while improving flexibility and strength of muscles and joints
  • Highly effective at toning and reducing body fat
  • Detoxifying organs and assists in healing back and sports injuries
  • Proven to reduce stress and boost energy levels




Hannah Ewell

Hannah Ewell


I took my first class in 2008 in Leicester. I had no idea my body had the capacity to sweat so much and was equally (warmed!) and surprised by the welcome from the other students. Little did I know then, that is one of the (many) wonderful things about Bikram Yoga – the community of passionate, loving people who really care. 


I quickly fell in love with everything about the practice – the feeling of sweat on my body, the challenge, my progress in the postures, the teachers, the dialogue and the hot room itself, which I now know is my sanctuary. 


My practice is the antithesis to my working life.  I am a company director of a busy marketing agency. I’m ‘on show’ every day.  I drive hundreds of miles a week, work 12 hour days and it’s intense.  The pace is both my passion and my pain. But I love my job.  I can escape to myself for 90 minutes in that hot room.  It’s what gives me the energy to keep going, it’s what gives me patience, confidence in my physical self and keeps me sane. It’s my salvation pure and simple. 


I’m not sure that I can recall exactly when and where I realised that I had to go on teacher training, but having witnessed some of my fellow students taking the leap I knew one day, that had to be me. And so it was, Acapulco Spring 2018.


Like most, it wasn’t easy to be able to leave daily life behind, it took a lot of organising and planning. But I am forever thankful to my fellow company directors, my wonderful team, my partner and my family who not only made it possible but supported me every step of the way. And to be able to teach now, to stand up on that podium and in some small way try to create for someone else the feeling of renewal that I get through this series, is nothing short of a blessing.

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Liz Burkitt

Liz Burkitt

Liz has always been a keen gym goer and has a real passion for health, wellness and fitness. She completed her Bikram Yoga teacher training in 2016 after realising the outstanding benefits of the practice which included greater clarity, strength, patience and increased energy levels.

Since then she has taught in various studios in the UK and United States. And has further still found time to qualify as a Children’s Yoga teacher, Inferno Hot Pilates Teacher and a qualified Health Coach.

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Frequently Asked Questions


Bikram Yoga is designed for everybody, suitable for any level of fitness and highly recommended for total beginners. The series we teach is Bikram’s beginners Yoga series. It’s a therapeutic sequence of asanas (postures) designed for new students and more experienced practitioners alike. Everyone works to their own level and capabilities. As long as you try the right way, you will improve and become stronger and more flexible. The first thing, as a new student is to simply get used to the heat. Take a break whenever you need one.


The room is very warm, so shorts or leggings are best. Women can wear a cropped top or a sports top and men tend to wear shorts only. The most important thing is you feel comfortable, but most people who practise this class regularly tend to wear as little as possible as you WILL sweat. There are changing cubicles at the studio for before and after class.


Come on an empty stomach. Don't eat anything heavy 2-3 hours before class. Drink plenty of water before and after class. You lose electrolytes, such as magnesium, sodium and potassium, through your sweat and a good natural way to replenish these is coconut water which is available to purchase at the studio.


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Just sit down and breathe through your nose. The practice becomes cardiovascular and the heart rate increases. New students need to acclimatise to the heat and the best way is to take some time out. Stay in the room and join in with the postures again when you feel ready. Don’t worry; the teacher is there to look after you.


Apart from your yoga kit and dry clothes for after class, you will need a water bottle, a yoga mat and a bath-sized towel to lay over your mat. If you don't have these or would prefer not to carry them, you can hire a mat and towel for £1 per item. If you forget your water bottle you can borrow one of ours for free.


Please arrive 15 minutes before class to get ready for a prompt start.

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