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Here’s Where to Take Hot Yoga Classes in Westchester

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Grab your yoga mats and a large water bottle because these hot yoga classes will have you sweating and detoxing in Westchester.

There are two types of people in this material world: those for whom an hour or so of controlled stretching and balanced posing in sweltering 104(ish)-degree heat and 40(ish)-percent humidity sounds like a delightful way to stay fit, and people who haven’t tried hot yoga yet.

Luckily for the latter group, the fitness trend is one with staying power, having long outlasted faddish health crazes over nearly half a century. As a result, hot yoga sessions are available at many studios throughout Westchester. Here are some of the most popular places to sweat your asanas off.

Sweat Central Scarsdale 

450 Central Park Ave, Scarsdale; 914.713.8500

Open seven days a week, Sweat Central Scarsdale is a great place to start whether you’re an expert or a novice. The Best of Westchester-winning studio offers 60- and 90-minute sessions of hot yoga on Central Park Ave., flowing through all 26 of the original Bikram postures, and even offers hot Pilates classes that combine elements from high intensity interval training (HIIT).

Bikram Yoga Yorktown Heights

37 Triangle Center, Yorktown; 914.245.5405

This studio offers 60- and 90-minute Bikram sessions as well as silent Bikram yoga, hot vinyasa yoga, and yin yoga. There’s even a sound bath meditation every Sunday.

Family Dog Yoga Studio

47 S Water St, Peekskill; 240.672.4652

Keeping with the youth and vigor, FDY offers Hot Hip-Hop Yoga on Fridays at 7 p.m., which combines the heat and humidity of a candlelit yoga session with a more energetic soundtrack than some yogis might be accustomed.

Hot Yoga Journeys

307 McLean Ave, Yonkers; 914.920.5070

In southern Westchester, this popular studio offers variations on both Bikram and vinyasa. Rates for single and multiple class packages are quite reasonable. One especially nice tech feature: guests can see open classes and the number of booked spots right from the class schedule and reserve a spot online.


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Rebel Yoga

653 Commerce St, Thornwood; 914.979.2216

Offering both heated and unheated sessions in its own personal “Rebel Flow” style, the team at this Best of Westchester winner (Best New Yoga Studio, naturally) specially gears classes towards specific fitness goals like strengthening, relaxation, restoration, and more. Rebel Yoga is also a great intro for hot yoga newbies, as even heated classes only reach the mid-80s or 90s Fahrenheit.

Riverstone Yoga

2 Hudson View Way, Tarrytown; 914.332.9642

Sort of an all-in-one school along the Hudson, Riverstone holds six different traditional yoga classes, nine heated variations, parental yoga, and even aerial yoga.

YogaSpark Westchester

108 Mamaroneck Ave, Mamaroneck; 914.630.4988

Not all chains are bad. YogaSpark’s half-dozen iterations on hot yoga — everything from candles to blacklight sessions — are intense, but can be tailored even to beginners by its experienced team of trainers. Another big benefit of being a big company; YogaSpark lets members manage their classes and reserve spots straight from their smartphones with the YogaSpark app.


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At yogafreak, every class is open to new yogis of all ages and ability. For beginners, the studio offers an intro special which includes 30 days of unlimited classes for a reasonable $99. The studio holds an original hot yoga class, Hot 26 Plus (which is Bikram method), vinyasa yoga, and two HIIT classes.


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Balance Yoga & Wellness

2444 Boston Post Rd, Larchmont; 914.833.9703

Balance Yoga & Wellness holds a variety of online and in-person classes. The Larchmont hotspot has both a 60-minute hot vinyasa class and a Hot 26 Express class.


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