Bikram Yoga

90 Minute Prescription Designed for You!
Bikram Yoga is a challenging 90 minute beginning yoga class that consists of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises practiced in a heated room. The class is designed to work 100% of your body, bring your body back in to balance, heal injuries, and create strength and flexibility so you can live better. The class is a wonderful way to detox the body, get a great cardiovascular workout, relieve stress, boost energy and heal previous injuries.

Sweat is GOOD
Bikram Yoga is practiced in a room heated to 105˚ to promote cellular metabolism, detoxification, and suppleness of the muscular system to provide a greater level of safety when doing the poses. Each posture addresses a different area of your body but they all work together in synergy contributing to the success and extending the benefits of the yoga. The postures stimulate the organs, glands and nerves, while moving fresh, oxygenated blood throughout your body, restoring all systems to healthy working order.

For Beginners, For
Advanced, For You!
Anyone can benefit from Bikram Yoga. Even if you’ve never done yoga before, feel inflexible, injured, or out of shape, or if you are an athlete. Bikram Yoga is a beginner’s class designed for beginners as well as students who have a regular yoga practice. No experience is necessary, just come and try.

Introduction to Bikram Yoga by Bikram Yoga London
The Benefits
Burns body fat and boosts your metabolism
Increases flexibility, strength, and endurance
Reduces stress, depression, and anxiety
Detoxes the body
Increases energy levels
Improves balance and coordination
Helps prevent and reduce many chronic conditions like back pain, knee pain and arthritis
Improves posture
Strengthens the immune system
Improves circulation and cardiovascular condition

Who is Bikram?
Yogiraj Bikram Choudhury is the founder of the worldwide Yoga College of India™. Born in Calcutta in 1946, Bikram began practicing yoga at the age of four with India’s most-renowned physical culturist at that time, Bishnu Ghosh, the younger brother of Paramahansa Yogananda (Author of the most popular book on Yoga, The Autobiography of a Yogi, and founder of the Self-Realization Fellowship in Los Angeles). Bikram practiced Yoga at least four to six hours every day at Ghosh’s College of Physical Education in Calcutta. At the age of thirteen, he won the National India Yoga Championship. He was undefeated for the following three years and retired as the undisputed All-India National Yoga Champion.

At seventeen, an injury to his knee during a weight-lifting accident brought the prediction from leading European doctors that he would never walk again. Not accepting their pronouncement, he had himself carried back to Bishnu Ghosh’s school, for he knew that if anyone could help to heal his knee, it was his teacher. Six months later, his knee had totally recovered. Ghosh was a celebrated physical culturist and the first to scientifically document Yoga’s ability to cure chronic physical ailments and heal the body.

After being sent by his guru to teach Hatha Yoga to sick people, Bikram realized that it would be impossible to help everyone individually. He later devised the 26 posture sequence to help people regardless of their disease or condition and also to work as preventative medicine. This 26 postures sequence, called Bikram’s Beginning Hatha Yoga Class has a profound healing power on your body and mind. He founded Bikram’s Yoga College of India in Beverly Hills, California in 1974. Bikram has brought health and healing to millions of people around the world including many celebrities and professional athletes.