Why get sweaty?
The benefits of this traditional hot yoga practice — where 26 postures and two breathing exercises are performed — run deep. And the one thing it offers for sure is a deeper sense of connection; to your physical body, mind and soul.
By compressing and flooding each organ, tendon, gland and major joint with healing blood flow, the movement offers an efficient rejuvenation of your entire body, and the heat a deeper stretch with an increased calorie burn.
It meets you where you’re at, and gets you back to your natural range of motion – gently. Whatever your current state, the practice offers you endless space to grow into, a system for healing, an access point to relief, and a sense of determination and will power like you’ve never experienced before.
Here’s more of the magic this hot practice produces:
- Improves strength, flexibility, posture and alignment
- Increases organ function and improves circulation
- Relieves joint stiffness and reduces chronic pain
- Optimizes peak performance and reduces risk of injury
- Achieves calm, mental clarity, focus, and discipline
- Burns calories and increases energy levels
To make more of this magic happen, we’ve created a premiere experience in a world class venue designed specifically for hot yoga practice.
Sustainably built and thoughtfully designed, our state of the art practice room offers silent heating panels, a silent air exchange system and antibacterial cork floors. It’s created as a sanctuary for you – so your every sense can be focused on your practice.
Get into the heat and experience it firsthand.
Burn up what’s not serving you. Feel a release. Stand in your power.
Bend. Sweat. Twist. Transform.
Known for his presence in the Victoria yoga community Ken feels that a dedication to building deep relationships are at the heart of any success. His mission in opening Quantum yoga, above anything else, is to establish new and meaningful relationships through thoughtful experiences, and bring people together to move, grow and connect.
1701 Douglas Street, Unit 8