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Manhattan’s Greenwich Village

Top 5 things to do in Greenwich Village

If you want to experience New York City like a local and get the best Manhattan has to offer, then head south to Greenwich Village. It’s a vibrant and diverse neighborhood just south of the neighborhood of Chelsea in Manhattan. The Fall is a great time to avoid the summer tourist crowd and soak up all this neighborhood has to...

Tips on How to Heal Sciatica with Hot Yoga

Hot Yoga at Hot Yoga Chelsea NYC can be transformative for treating sciatica. Sciatica is the inflammation of the large sciatic nerve which is being touched by a bulging or damaged disc in the lower spine. This causes pain and stiffness through the lower back, legs and foot. Many conventional treatments like medication, physical therapy and surgery are often recommended...

Should you do Hot Yoga in the Summer in New York City?

Bikram-inspired Hot Yoga can be intense sometimes, practiced in a room with temperatures over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. But the hottest months of summer are upon us and all you can think about is sitting inside with the A/C blasting. It’s common for many yogi’s to want to take the summer off, especially in New York City where its often over...

Bikram Hot Yoga or Hot Vinyasa Yoga?

Hot Yoga Chelsea NYC now offers Hot Vinyasa three times per week. We often get questions about the differences between our traditional Bikram Hot Yoga and Hot Vinyasa. Some of the most common definitions for Vinyasa include "linking breath with movement." Like Bikram Yoga, Hot Vinyasa yoga is ideally practiced in a room heated to 95-105 degrees Fahrenheit. You can expect...

History of Hot Yoga

Bikram Yoga is often called ‘Traditional Hot Yoga’ or ‘26+2 Series.’ When Hot Yoga Chelsea in NYC opened its doors in Manhattan over a decade ago, there weren’t many other options for Bikram Hot Yoga classes. Since then, it feels like almost 100 different studios have opened here in New York City. Here’s a quick history on how the most...

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