Brentwood, TN -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/18/2016 -- Fahrenheit Yoga is inviting novices and seasoned yogis alike to retreat from the cold and into their Brentwood studio this January. They offer yoga classes to Nashville students via a sequence of twenty-six positions taught in a heated space, helping to prevent injuries and allowing for optimal stretching and flexibility. Fahrenheit Yoga challenges anyone who is interested in losing weight, burning calories or trying out an ancient and proven form of exercise to attend a class.
No pre-registration is necessary and drop-ins are welcome at the studio, so those who are curious about hot yoga are encouraged to attend any session, provided they arrive approximately twenty minutes beforehand to introduce themselves and get set up. While reservations are not necessary, it is recommended that folks who want to ensure a spot at one of their popular classes sign up on Fahrenheit Studio's website in advance.
For the less expert yogis out there, a full FAQ is available on their site, outlining common questions about what to expect, so they can come to their first session fully prepared. When attending a class at the Bellevue hot yoga studio, it is smart to dress comfortably in lightweight, unrevealing exercise clothes, and to bring plenty of water for during and immediately following the session.
Fahrenheit Yoga is free of judgement, and understands that safety is number one, so they encourage students not to feel pressured to attempt a pose they do not feel fully comfortable executing. Expectant mothers should provide a note indicating their doctor's approval before joining a class. For more information on Fahrenheit Yoga's sessions, please visit their website at http://www.fahrenheityogastudio.com.
About Fahrenheit Yoga Studio
Fahrenheit Yoga Studio practices a series of postures in a serene and heated environment designed to work all aspects of the body down, even on a cellular level. They strive to help people remove all that no longer serves them and to bring out their inner best. The studio offers a variety of packages, ranging from private lessons to group sessions. The studio is brought to 100+ degrees Fahrenheit to get faster results while protecting the muscles on deep stretches. The classes are made to maximize the benefits for all participants, no matter their age or skill level.
For more information, visit: http://www.fahrenheityogastudio.com.