Where to Take a Hot Yoga Class in and Around Philadelphia

Supercharge your yoga practice with raised temps.

Into hot yoga? Here’s where you can practice in a heated space across the Philly area. / Photograph courtesy of Jtown Hot Yoga.

Whether you love to sweat or hate it, it’s undeniable that hot yoga is a great workout. The sessions increase the heat and humidity in the room in order to increase flexibility and lower stress — and of course, to amplify that low-impact exercise so many of us love. That’s why we’ve rounded up a list of Philly-area studios that offer hot yoga classes — some might be heated between 80-85 degrees Fahrenheit, while others reach temps over 100!

And if you’re new to hot yoga, keep a few things in mind: You’ll want to show up to the studio a little early to get adjusted to the heat, bring a towel (or two), a yoga mat and a big bottle of water — you’re going to sweat more than you ever thought possible.

Amrita Yoga & Wellness

1204 Frankford Avenue, Fishtown

In addition to movement classes like rebounding, aerial yoga, barre, and Pilates, Amrita Yoga & Wellness offers multiple hot yoga sessions. Start with Beginner Hot Flow to get acquainted with the temps before working your way up to Infrared Hot Flow, which sees the room warmed to 95 degrees Fahrenheit.

Anjali Power Yoga

130 Haddon Avenue, Westmont, New Jersey

All of Anjali’s yoga classes are heated to the high 80s/lower 90s with high humidity — meaning you will absolutely sweat! No matter which class length you take (60 or 75 minutes), you’ll move through the Journey Into Power Sequence based on the teachings of renowned yoga practitioner, Baron Baptiste.

Balance Chestnut Hill

12 West Willow Grove Avenue, Chestnut Hill

Among the many other workouts Balance Chestnut Hill offers, the fitness studio also runs heated vinyasa yoga. The 45-minute class encourages you to flow through dynamic poses while mindfully focusing on your breath for optimal mind-body connection and strength.

Bhakti Yoga South Jersey

1381 Route 38, Hainesport, New Jersey

This yoga studio in Burlington County offers 60- and 90-minute hot yoga classes, including one that moves through 26 postures from the hot yoga tradition and another vinyasa-style practice. Don’t want the heat? Take the 30-minute meditative yoga nidra.

Bikram Yoga Chadds Ford

1572 Wilmington Pike, West Chester

As its name implies, this studio follows the Bikram yoga method, which consists of 26 postures practiced over the course of 90 minutes. Every class — no matter if you take the beginner or the advanced — is heated to 105 degrees.

Breathing Dragon Yoga

1717 South Easton Road, Doylestown and 921 Haddonfield Road, building 3, suite 2A, Cherry Hill, New Jersey

With studios in Doylestown and Cherry Hill (plus others in Montgomery, New Jersey and Harbor Point, Maryland), Breathing Dragon Yoga offers a variety of hot yoga classes inspired by the Bikram tradition. Bonus: There’s hot spin and Pilates sessions, too.

The Bridge Hot Yoga

33 North Narberth Avenue, Narberth

Go to the Bridge in Narberth for Bikram-inspired hot yoga, offered in 60-, 75-, and 90-minute options. All classes are capped at 14 participants and are heated to a steamy 100 degrees. There’s also hot Pilates, if that’s your jam.


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Bulldog Yoga

775 Lancaster Avenue, #130, Villanova and 10 Liberty Boulevard, suite 130, Malvern

Bulldog Yoga’s Villanova and Malvern studios feature a variety of practices — from basics and slow flow to a strength-focused sesh incorporating weights. All classes are heated to 92 degrees, unless otherwise noted on the schedule.

CorePower Yoga

1616 Walnut Street, suite #B01, Rittenhouse

This well-known yoga brand has studios across the country, but its only current Philly-area outpost is in Rittenhouse. All of CorePower’s classes — except for C1 and StrengthX — are heated to various temps ranging from low 90s to over 100.

Everfresh Yoga

2333 West Darby Road, Havertown

Everfresh Yoga runs five different styles of practice: vinyasa, Forrest, Ashtanga, slow flow, and yin. The first three are 95-plus degrees, while the latter two stay in the 80s.

Focus Barre and Yoga

1923 Chestnut Street, Rittenhouse

In addition to amazing barre classes, this Rittenhouse movement studio offers heated (and non-heated) yoga, including Power Flow and sculpt variations.

Focus Bryn Mawr

1111 West Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr

Focus on the Main Line has a schedule chock full of workouts. There’s heated yoga, of course — from Bikram 60 and 90 to a vinyasa flow with a heat index of 80-85 degrees.

Hotbox Yoga

4163 Main Street, Manayunk

Power yoga makes up the majority of Hotbox Yoga’s class schedule, but no fear! There’s no disappointment to be had here, especially as you’re moving from pose to pose in a room set to 90-ish degrees. For days you need to slow things down, opt for Restorative.


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HOTFLO Studios

9107 Town Center Boulevard, Voorhees Township, New Jersey

This boutique fitness brand offers only heated workouts. Choose from hot spinning, HIIT/kettlebells combo, or Bikram- and vinyasa-style yoga. That last one sees temps up to 108 degrees!


Multiple locations

HOTWORX is great for folks who want a solo or semi-private sweat sesh. Members get unlimited, 24-hour access to the brand’s virtual workouts (including yoga) — all of which take place inside infrared saunas. Currently, there are locations in Northeast Philly, Chalfont, Wayne, and Media.

Hot Yoga Philadelphia

1520 Sansom Street, 3rd floor, Rittenhouse

Dubbed Philly’s OG hot yoga studio, this Rittenhouse boutique has been running super sweaty (105 degrees with 50 percent humidity) yoga classes since 2001. You can also catch a non-heated practice, FYI!

Hot Yoga Sutra

4715 Pine Street, West Philly

New-ish to the scene is Hot Yoga Sutra in West Philly. The studio offers Bikram yoga (temp of 105!), vinyasa, and yin, as well as hot Pilates.

Invert Your World

100 Wissahickon Avenue, Ambler

At Invert Your World in Ambler, choose from five types of yoga practices — all of which are heated between 85-95 degrees. On your non-yoga days, go for an energetic spin or barre fusion class.

Jtown Hot Yoga

409 Old York Road, Jenkintown and 300 South Lenola Road, Maple Shade, New Jersey

With two studios in Jenkintown and Maple Shade, Jtown Hot Yoga raises the temps in order to empower your practice through the Bikram 26/2 method. There’s a variety of classes, though — including an express, a fusion between hatha and vinyasa, and “Wild,” a high-energy kundalini-style sesh.

Laughing Buddha Hot Yoga

943 Kings Highway, West Deptford, New Jersey and 279 Egg Harbor Road, Sewell, New Jersey

Laughing Buddha has two outposts in South Jersey, both of which bring the heat with Bikram-style yoga, plus hot vinyasa and slow flow. Also on the schedule is yoga sculpt, HIIT, barre, yin, and Pilates — so, lots of options!


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Let’s Get Zen

2 Village Road, #1a, Horsham

At Let’s Get Zen in Horsham, infrared heating panels are used to take your vinyasa practice to the next level. It’s worth noting that there’s heated and hot sessions — the former reaches 90-95 degrees, while the latter gets the room to 100-103.

Monarch Yoga

171 West Berks Street, Kensington

Monarch Yoga in Kensington runs yoga classes heated by 20 infrared panels. You have options: Heated power flow, power practice (where you work on a specific pose), slow flow, and deep yin stretch. For days you need a break from the raised temps, Monarch offers non-heated sessions.

Muse Yoga & Fitness

1513 Ridge Avenue, Francisville

This Francisville fitness studio, which opened in December 2021, uses infrared heaters to warm up vinyasa yoga classes to 95 degrees. Sign up for Fire or Spirit if you want a hot practice, but know you can always opt for the non-heated Soul or Heart, plus small-group strength and cardio.

Never Give Up Training

4368 Cresson Street, Manayunk

Never Give Up Training has its signature group strength training and TRX classes, and private training. But it also offers heated yoga as a hybrid power and recovery flow with a heat index of 80 degrees.

OHMGrown Yoga

1030 Haddon Avenue, Collingswood, New Jersey

This South Jersey yoga studio has dedicated Vinyasa Flow and Hot Power Flow classes on its schedule (among many other non-heated classes). The sessions are respectively heated to 80-85 and to 90 degrees, plus humidity.

Orange Lotus Hot Yoga & Fitness

35 East Uwchlan Avenue #304, Exton

Out in Exton, Orange Lotus runs Bikram hot yoga in the traditional manner — a 90-minute practice in a 105-degree room — as well as 60-minute yin yoga that can reach between 70-80 degrees. Want more than just hot yoga? Check out Inferno Hot Pilates, which is exactly what it sounds like.


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Philly Hot Asana

233 North 12th Street, Market East

Philly Hot Asana is different from other hot yoga centers in that it’s a members-only club. You have to apply to become a member, and if/once you’re accepted, you’ll have access to the studio and classes taught by a handful of instructors.

Remix Fitness

116 Welsh Road, Horsham and 105 Plymouth Road, Plymouth Meeting

In addition to a full schedule of workouts, Remix Fitness offers its version of heated yoga called Rhythm/Flow. The room for the 45-minute class is set to about 75 degrees Fahrenheit.

REYA Barre & Yoga

633 Germantown Pike, Lafayette Hill

Along with barre and Pilates, REYA in Lafayette Hill runs three 60-minute heated yoga classes: Heated Flow & Sculpt and Heated Slow Flow — both of which see temps around 85 degrees Fahrenheit, plus Hot Power Flow, which reaches 95-100 degrees. For non-heated, take Hatha.

Stride Spin and Fitness

420 Schuylkill Road, #600, Phoenixville

Sure, Stride is known for its upbeat, rhythm-based spin classes. But the Phoenixville studio also offers hot yoga, plus barre, TRX, HIIT, and Pilates.

Studio LIT

22 Richboro Road, Newtown

All the classes at Studio LIT in Newtown run on infrared heat, meaning you’ll get not just hot vinyasa, slow flow, and kundalini yoga, but hot HIIT (say that three times fast!), strength training and sculpt, meditation, dance fit, and more.

The Twisted Monkey

501 Huntingdon Pike, Rockledge

The Twisted Monkey gives you the best of both worlds in one: a main studio with non-heated and warm (85-90 degrees Fahrenheit) yoga classes and a downstairs space for a HOT practice — we’re talking a temperature of 108!

Unity Yoga

4363 Main Street, 2nd floor, Manayunk and 8638 Germantown Avenue, Chestnut Hill

Many of Unity Yoga’s classes are warmed to about 72 degrees Fahrenheit, but if you really want to raise the temps, take the Flow + Heat. The 60-minute sesh heats things up to 98 degrees. The brand has studios in Manayunk and Chestnut Hill.


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Vision Plus Fitness

701 East Elm Street, Conshohocken

This Conshohocken strength training boutique recently opened a recovery-focused space called LOVE. Its 55-minute Hot Power Flow moves you through a fast-paced practice in a room with a heat index of 92-plus degrees.

We Be Yoga

366 Easton Road, suite J, Warrington

We Be Yoga in Warrington has an array of non-heated yoga classes, including vinyasa flow and restorative. For hot yoga, opt for We Be Flowin 1 or 2 + Heat or We Be Sculpt, all of which are warmed to somewhere in the mid-80s.


Multiple locations

Every practice at YogaSix targets either strength, balance, flexibility, or agility and is accessible for all levels of yogis. All classes — no matter if you’re taking slow flow, power or sculpt — are vinyasa-based and heated.


678 West Street Road, Feasterville-Trevose

This studio in Bucks County offers non-heated, warm (85-95 degrees), and hot (95-plus degrees) vinyasa and hatha yoga classes. Bonus: There’s also mat Pilates.

Yoga Habit

1640 Fairmount Avenue, 2nd floor, Fairmount

At Yoga Habit, every level of yogi is welcome and supported, thanks to its mission of encouraging modifications. Plus, the studio is heated to 90-95 degrees via infrared heating panels, though Slow Flow + Restore features lower (but still warm!) temps.