Everyone is welcome at Hot Yoga Naperville.
Once You Have Arrived
Head over to the sign-in kiosk or the front desk.
For first timers, you’ll need to sign a waiver.
Head into the appropriate locker room to change if you need to, we have showers, and cubbies for clothes.
Cell phones aren’t allowed in the yoga room, so please leave those with your other things.
Grab your mat, towel, water, and your fantastic self and head into the yoga room!
Please let the staff or teacher know of any physical challenges that you are experiencing that day so proper modifications to the postures can be provided.
We practice barefoot in Yoga Classes.
Frequently Asked Questions
Boot Camp Fitness Classes. What to Wear?
Come prepared to work out! Wear your favorite workout clothes, and sneakers. Our boot camp group fitness classes are practiced indoors so please no street shoes in the workout room. Please bring a clean pair of running shoes for your boot camp fitness classes. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact one of our team members.
Please e-mail your 8 digit barcode to email@example.com. We will redeem your Groupon code.
A verification will be sent back to you then you may register online for an account.
Purchases must have an online registration completed prior to class. If you are a Bootcamp purchaser bring a second pair gym shoes to wear only in the gym.
How should I prepare for my first session?
What should I wear?
Wear comfortable clothes that breath and allow you to move freely. For women we recommend stretchy pants or shorts and a sports bra or tank top. For men we recommend shorts or trunks and a T-shirt. Please no socks, yoga is practiced barefoot. We sell yoga clothing and mats in the studio for your convenience.
How much water should I drink?
How often should I practice?
Do I need to supplement my diet?
Can I lose weight?
What happens in the body during Bikram Yoga?
Helpful tips and reminders
Practice on an empty stomach. Avoid eating 2-3 hours prior to class to maximize blood flow to the muscles, organs and glands vs. the digestive system during the postures.
Arrive at least 10 minutes early ( first time students, please come 25 minutes early). Check in at the kiosk or front desk upon arrival.
Come to class with clean feet and fragrance free
Drink plenty of water throughout the day before coming to class. Hydration is very important.
Notify the instructor of any injuries, medical conditions or concerns before class.
Honor silence in the Yoga Rooms. Honoring silence before, during and after practice allows you to set your intention, practice mindfulness and integrate the depth of your practice. Thank you for honoring this sacred space. PLEASE NO CELL PHONES OR BAGS ALLOWED IN THE YOGA ROOM.
Everyone has bare feet so NO GLASS BOTTLES ARE ALLOWED IN THE STUDIO to ensure our feet our safe.
When placing your mat down, please be aware of other students and make sure they can see them selves in the mirror if applicable to the class.
Try to stay in the room for the duration of the class (if an emergency situation requires you to step out, please notify the instructor first and re-enter class between postures if possible.) The heat assists detoxification through the sweat. It is common to occasionally feel light headed, nauseous and dizzy no matter what your level of experience is with heated classes. Breathe, rest when you need to, hydrate or lay down.
During Bikram Classes, refrain from drinking water until after the teacher queues the first “party time” so we can warm up the body. Please remember the time to hydrate is before and after class.
Respect the teacher, fellow students and tradition. Practice mindfulness that you are participating in a group class. The teacher may give modifications to lessen the postures or to advance. Each class has a purpose and intention. Be respectful to stay with the teacher and the postures given while knowing your own limits. We offer many different levels and styles of classes to meet your needs.
Practice stillness between postures and focus on yourself in the front mirror. Yoga is teaching us to slow down and be aware of who we are.
Try to move with the class to build group energy. If you have a medical condition please listen to your body and be mindful.
During your class