The exterior of the Hot Yoga studio.

North Sherwood Street is host to Nottingham’s new Hot Yoga studio which opened its doors in early December.

The new studio aims to help the people of Nottingham to relax and unwind, selling a range of calming products such as candle’s and incense in the front lobby.

There are eight yoga teachers, each demonstrating a different style. Newcomers are offered a taster session of each style of yoga for just £20 a month.

Roshni Parekh, the manager of Hot Yoga studio, said: “My son is the owner, he has been a yoga teacher for many years and he’s been practising yoga since he was about 10. This is his passion.”

The studio has boomed since opening on December 7, 2017. Residents from St Ann’s, Sherwood, Carlton and Nottingham city centre have all visited the business to sign up.

“When you’re a student, it’s the stresses of studying and those stresses can be relieved in a yoga class .”
Roshni Parekh, manager of Hot Yoga studio.

A number of students have also been interested in the new studio. Mrs Parekh said: “When you’re a student, it’s the stresses of studying and those stresses can be relieved in a yoga class.”

The thing that make’s the studio so unique is that the yoga is practised in a hot room as infrared heating panels give members the illusion of a hot, sunny day.

Mrs Parekh said: “The temperatures are around 30 degrees. It’s fairly comfortable, but obviously it’s hot! You do the class and you perspire and that perspiration takes out all the toxins from your body.”

Hot Yoga’s advertising board.