Myya Pavone

Myya Pavone instructs the following:
  • Hot Pilates: All Level (95)



    A mat-based class incorporating Pilate’s principles with High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT). The class heats up to about 95 degrees and a motivating playlist helps keep you pumped!


    A no impact class burns fat and develops long lean muscle mass. These classes help you gain flexibility, build endurance and see results fast! While working hard, and having fun, this 60 minute class is over before you know it. The heatadds to the cardio portion of the workout, detoxing the body, and burning a lot of calories.


    The entire core, glutes, upper body, arms and legs get worked. Back strengthening develops strong muscles supporting a healthy spine that builds better posture.


    All you need is your mat, a full length towel and water. Your hot yoga attire is a good baseline for what to wear.



  • Bikram Express 60 Min: All Level (105)

    Bikram Express 60 Min. is a traditional hot yoga style condensed into a 60 minute class. You will practice the same 26 postures each class. Be prepared to sweat as the room is heated to about 105-110 degrees with 50% humidity. There is not much weight bearing on the wrists or upper body making this class ideal for beginners or those who cannot be weight bearing on their upper body.


    The room is heated to allow for improved circulation and cardiovascular health as well as deep muscle stretching and elimination of toxins. Our classes are designed for practitioners of all ages; beginners are welcome. Both men and women love this intense workout, which develops strength, flexibility and balance.


    Make sure you're hydrated, wear fitted clothing, bring a towel to place over your mat, and avoid eating a large meal 1-3 hours before coming to class.


    Recommended For:

    - Students who want to explore Hot Yoga for the first time.

    - Students who like consistency in their practice and would enjoy learning the same poses every class.

    - Students who enjoy a challenge and are looking to sweat.

    - Pilates and Barre students adding a supporting practice.