Dear Hot 8 Yoga Community,

As we collectively navigate a complex landscape in the wake of COVID-19, we want to assure you that we’re taking all the precautions we can to make sure you have a safe space to practice in. We understand that practicing yoga and coming into the studio is a bright light in otherwise dark times — and we want to offer you this service while still keeping up best practices in accordance with the recommendations of the CDC.

In order to keep both you, our teachers, and staff safe, we’re implementing the following practices across all locations, effective immediately:

  • No prop use for all classes
  • No adjustments from teachers
  • Class size limits will now cap at 25 people per class
  • No more eucalyptus towel service

As always, please be kind to one another and yourself: if you are feeling at all unwell, please refrain from coming to practice until you are better. We’re staying as vigilant as ever with sanitizing surfaces and keeping our studios as clean and germ-free as possible: read more about our UV lights that sanitize our studio air and anti-microbial flooring below.

Take good care of yourselves during this time (and keep in mind stress makes your immune system more susceptible to illness). 

We are all in this together.

— The Hot 8 Yoga Team

Our Practice Rooms Are Equipped With UV Lights & Antibacterial Flooring

The quality of air you breathe at Hot 8 Yoga has always been a top priority for us. Our heating system is equipped with a state-of-the-art Ultra Violet (UV) air purification system proven to disarm 99.99% of all microorganisms, including the Coronavirus and other airborne flu viruses. In addition, the flooring in our rooms are treated with Micro-Chek® anti-bacterial guard specifically designed for moisture to evaporate and to prevent the growth of mildew, fungi, and bacteria.

Best Practices & How You Can Help

It is our utmost priority to keep the safety and wellness of our employees and community members at the front of our minds with our daily operations. Please remember to frequently wash your hands (for at least 20 seconds) and avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth at all times. If you are experiencing symptoms of any sort of illness, from the common cold to the flu, we ask that you refrain coming to the studio until you are better.

Our hope is that we have alleviated some of your concerns during this stressful period and we look forward to continuing to provide a healthy and safe environment for you to practice in.