Hot Pilates is a fun,  extremely challenging 60 MINUTE full-body workout using Pilates principles to create long lean muscle mass and burn calories. It is low impact, so it is safe to practice for all fitness levels of students.

And it makes you feel goooooood......

How would you like to strengthen your core muscles? How about keeping your body feeling young, healthy, and strong? Would you like that?  

With Hot Pilates, you will tap into your core strength. After one week you will notice the difference in the the way you feel, the way you look, and that is just scraping the surface…The question is… Are you ready for the change? Are you ready to get fit? Are you ready to feel inspired? Are you ready to BURN the past, TRANSFORM your life, and LOVE your future?  Can you envision your new body…....?


What is Hot Pilates?

Hot Pilates is a training system which combines Pilates principles with high intensity interval training and is performed for 60 minutes in a room heated to 95 degrees Fahrenheit and 40% humidity.


Why would you do Hot Pilates?

Hot Pilates creates long lean muscle mass, burns fat, and increases fitness levels. It creates a stronger core, improves circulation, and increases flexibility. It is performed on a yoga mat making it very low impact, protecting your joints and muscles from the pounding of other exercises like running and jumping.


How does it work?

Hot Pilates combines cardio and muscle toning in a heated room. The high intensity interval training keeps your heart rate up, helping your burn fat. The Pilates principles sculpt your body, creating long lean muscle mass. The heat loosens up the muscles quickly, and the humidity makes you sweat — elevating your heart rate, boosting metabolism, and promoting detoxification.


How do I get started?

All you have to bring is 1) a yoga mat, 2) a towel, and 3) a large water. We offer introductory rate for new students who want to try it out and monthly memberships who wish to make everything we offer at Bikram Hot Yoga Columbus part of their regular practice.

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