Bikram Yoga is a Therapeutic, Hot Yoga practice that will Change Your Life! This is a beginner's class, simple postures, but not easy. Transformation requires hard work and determination. You will be guided through this meditative experience at your own pace. You will be welcomed into this community that comes together to build strong, healthy bodies and minds.
This is a 60 minute low impact, fun class! We use Pilates Principles along with (HIIT- High Intensity Interval Training) to sculpt your body, create long lean muscle mass and build stronger core strength. YES, it is a perfect compliment to your Bikram Yoga! Beginner's Welcome.
Yin yoga is a quiet and simple practice, but not necessarily an easy practice. You hold gentle postures for longer periods of time targeting the deeper tissues of the body, our connective tissues — ligaments, joints, bones and deep fascia rather than the muscles. This class is practiced in a warm room (not hot) with low lighting and it is totally chill! Everyone welcome.
Thank you for your interest in Bikram Yoga Falmouth.
We welcome all ages, experience and abilities, especially beginners!
Come in and see for yourself how amazing you were meant to feel.
Intro Month Special; 30 days for $39.
You will see for yourself what this studio can do for your body, mind and spirit.
Whether you are stressed, sore, tired, stagnant - This Yoga Will Help You Revitalize Your Life!
If you have a yoga mat, bring it, along with a large bath towel and drinking water. We also have these items available for you to rent, and water to purchase at the studio.
Remember, everyone had their very first Bikram Yoga class, even the people on the front row who have been coming for years. They make it look easy because they persevered, and you can too. What you may not realize yet, EVERYONE here is rooting for you! Seriously!
To get somewhere you've never been before you have to do something you've never done before. Take the first step!
I have been practicing Bikram Yoga since the studio opened in Falmouth in 2012. I had always done other types of yoga, wanted to give it a try, and wasn’t sure what to expect. Like any other new person, I immediately thought I would pass out from the heat and was fascinated (and a bit horrified) by the amount of perspiration that was involved. I was hooked. Bikram Yoga to me is the great equalizer. The repetition and the heat are appealing in the sense that you know what to expect, but every class is different. I love that other classes are offered and that the instructors embrace and try new things, such as Inferno Hot Pilates. IHP is really fun and a great strength building complement to the stretching and detoxifying elements of Bikram Yoga.
Bikram Yoga has been there for me through the good times and the stressful times. Over the past several years, I have had work difficulties and also was privileged to caretake my mother full time at the end of her life. Coming into the studio, seeing a smiling, kind face at the desk, and being able to let everything go both mentally and physically is such a gift, and so helpful. I can be feeling a variety of ways, go into a class and come out better, every single time. I’ve had some really hard classes, but never a bad one. I feel stronger and more present after every class. There have been times that I drift away from Bikram Yoga for a few months, but I always return, because nothing feels as good as it does, physically, mentally, and spiritually.
Another great thing about Bikram Yoga is how postures feel different every class. One of my favorite poses is Balancing Stick; it feels great right after Standing Bow Pulling Pose, which is a challenge for me many days. I used to dread the spine strengthening series, and now it’s one of my favorite parts of class.
Bikram Yoga and IHP have taught me that taking better care of my body is a lifelong process. I have also become more patient with myself and others. Sometimes, the absence of a negative feeling is a more realistic goal than getting stuck in a cycle of wanting to feel good all of the time, which can be elusive.
Outside of the studio, you can find me on the bike path, the beach, and enjoying this beautiful area we live in. I have been playing more tennis this summer and feel that Bikram/IHP give me more strength and stamina. As a mental health therapist, I’m really interested in the mind/body functioning aspect and have been studying energy healing to integrate it more into working with children and adults.
After class, I must have a coconut water and some protein. My tip for new students is that anybody can do this type of yoga and to give it a try. Every class, there is a wide variety of students, age, gender, personal goals, etc. This is honestly the most diverse group of yogis in any yoga studio I’ve ever been in, which says a lot about its very welcoming vibe. Thank you, Bikram Yoga Falmouth!
I encourage you to take a look at our amazing community. If you are new to our practice or have any questions, please take a few minutes to read what our real life yogis have to say about our amazing studio.