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Bikram Yoga NYC

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150 Spring St Ste 2
New York, NY 10012
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(212) 245-2525
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I have only been practicing for 3 months in Chicago so on a trip nyc, i wanted to check out another place. After reading mixed reviews on other places, i set my sites on Bikram y...

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Great yoga place 11/26/2011

I have only been practicing for 3 months in Chicago so on a trip nyc, i wanted to check out another place. After reading mixed reviews on other places, i set my sites on Bikram yoga nyc's midtown location (which is more like the theater disctrict at 48th and 8th). What a fantastic experience. The instructor was so warm and welcoming. Provided excellent direction and really did a great job of teaching and bringing my practice to another level in just one class. The facilities were nice with the office and check in on the fifth floor and the class on the fourth floor. Good locker room for guys. My 8 am class on Saturday only had about 8 people in it which was really great. One other thing that i liked was that there was lots of mirror space with the studio being fairly long and not too deep. If you are in nyc, i would hihly recommend bikram yoga nyc. more

this is the place for hottt yoga 8/13/2010

excellent studio in the heart of soho, raphael is the owner and the studio is nice and warm and cozy and not smelly like some other studios in nyc. The class was not packed and the teacher tatiana was beautiful, in amazing shape, and read the dialect very eloquently. would def recommend this place to anybody interested in having a great yoga class and dont forget to stay hydrated!! Drink your Zico!!! more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    Cast members of Broadway shows not only take classes here, they teach here as well. Which explains why you're likely to observe a group of impressively in-shape students dripping sweat as they go through the asanas most afternoons. And with the main studio's long, narrow runway shape, you won't have any problem finding your reflection in the mirrors that line one side. (The quaint box-like studio upstairs is used solely for beginner classes of 10 or less.)

    The Services
    As co-owner Jennifer Lobo puts it, "Bikram is like Starbucks in that you know what you're going to get." No matter where you go, you'll find the same series of 26 poses, a room heated to 100 degrees and (perhaps most thankfully of all) no chanting, no props and no headstands. Furthermore, the practice tends to attract a larger percentage of men than other yogas, because you're guaranteed a good sweat.

  • 8/13/2003 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Neighborhoods:

    Clinton, Midtown

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