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It is unhealthy and NOT recommended to use Hot Yoga as a way to detox your body

from alcohol and/ or drug consumption. Any individual suspected of being under the influence, or not abiding by our studio policies will be asked to leave the class, for their safety.

Chewing Gum is NOT allowed inside the studio spaces.

Please throw your gum away, before you begin your yoga practice at Pulse.

Hot Yoga: The Red Room
Specifically planned with Safety for Hot- Yoga -Lovers! 
We also cool down the room for larger classes:
 Yin/ Meditation/Sound Healing/ Specialty, etc.
  HOT YOGA // The FAQs  

Can I drink water during my session?

Absolutely!  We encourage it!  Making sure you are well hydrated during your session improves your performance and will improve your ability to detoxify while you sweat. 


Will I be standing on carpet?

No!  You will be standing on special low VOC vinyl flooring designed especially for the demanding conditions of hot yoga.  It is also non-slip to provide a good stable base. Plus, you'll have a yoga mat!


Do I have to be an experienced yoga practitioner to join?

No! All levels of yoga are welcome!  From the hot yoga first timer to the highly experienced yogi, you are able to participate and get maximum benefit from the hot yoga experience no matter your previous experience. Yoga Pulse truly is the motto: Yoga. Every Body. All the Time. We make sure our classes are inclusive for All Levels!

Is practicing yoga at 104 degrees Fahrenheit safe?

Yes. However, you should contact your own physician to be sure you do not have an underlying medical condition that might make this activity inappropriate for some.


How is the environment controlled?

Yoga Pulse Studio’s main studio is carefully climate controlled using a state of the art system to keep the humidity between 40-60% and the temperature at 104 degrees F.  The air has been run through a filtration system and UV light to sanitize the air.  This system is similar to what hospitals use to keep the air clear of germs.

What should I bring to class?

It is important to bring water and a yoga mat with towel.  Be sure to wear clothing that will allow you to move and stretch.  You will sweat. Of course, if you don’t have everything you need, we have equipment to rent or purchase.  


What are the benefits of hot yoga?

There are many benefits of hot yoga: 

  • Stress relief

  • Sense of peace

  • Attained Wellness

  • Improvement of balance

  • Increase of muscle strength and endurance

  • Helps clear the mind to focus

  • Increases lung capacity

  • Improves posture

  • Improves flexibility

  • Aids in weight loss


What if I don’t feel well during class?

Let your yoga instructor know, or quietly pack up your stuff and leave. It’s perfectly fine to leave the class! You can even leave to use the rest room. We are YOUR studio, so we are here for you!


Where is the studio located?

Our Mesa studio is located at 342 North Val Vista Drive Suite 102 Mesa, Arizona 85213.  It is on Val Vista just south of University Drive.



 Unheated Yoga: The Green Room
    A cool- toned, calm room to find your center so you can root down to rise up or perhaps root down to relax.
The room typically is used for:

 * Inspired Flow + Siging Bowl savasana

 *Power Flow  *Restorative Yoga  *Aerial Yoga

*Yin Yoga  *Slow Flow  *Ashtanga Yoga


 This room is named the "Green Room" or "The Anahata Room", and is a quaint, soothing space that offers smaller, unheated yoga classes. The room has dark brown wood flooring, mirrors, and a wall of windows which offers beautiful natural light to the room- with the option of closing the white opaque curtains. This room hosts Aerial/Hammock yoga, smaller unheated classes-- both Vinyasa & Gentle yoga, workshops, private instruction, etc. 

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