Alex H

Alex loves this yoga stuff. She really believes in its power to change the world too. It's not only her studies with teachers across the country, its the inner-work and self study that she finds truly magical and transformative. That empowering self-analysis and the awareness that comes with it is ultimately what she seeks to share with you! With over 10 years practicing, 8 years teaching she's in the game for the long-haul, and she wants to share every bit of power, vinyasa, yin, pranayama, and meditation she can with you. Hopefully with a few good laughs and stories along the way. Alex keeps it light, but she takes you deep, as deep as you're ready to go!


Alex H instructs the following:
  • Hot Power Fusion
  • This hour-long, shoulder-friendly class focuses on strengthening without chaturangas (high to low push-ups). A balanced mix of both our Hot Yoga and Power Yoga styles, HPF will both restore and revitalize your muscles. It includes standing postures, core work, deep hip openers, and inversions. All levels welcome. Heated to 105-109 degrees.

  • Power Yoga
  • A Vinyasa-style dynamic flow class, Hot Power Yoga uses breath as the primary link between attentiveness and integration of the mind and body. Hot Power Yoga is an intense practice that will flow you through strengthening postures throughout the entire class. This practice is meant to detoxify the body and burn calories through movement, breath, and heat. Designed for intermediate to advanced levels. Heated to 105-109 degrees.

  • Power 1
  • This Vinyasa-style flow class designed for beginners features a set sequence. Pairing breath with movement, Hot Power 1 is meant to help integrate the mind/body connection. It is a whole body strengthening practice that includes Sun Salutations, standing postures, simple arm balances, core strengthening, backbends, hip-openers, basic inversions, and restorative postures. Hot Power 1 is an excellent class for both new and old students to learn proper yoga alignment and any necessary modifications. Heated to 100-105 degrees.