Located in historic Tampa Heights, Gaze Hot Yoga is a place for all human beings to move their bodies in a way that promotes optimal health, greater strength, increased flexibility, and improved mental acuity. All classes are conducted in a heated room, and are based on the Bikram series of Hatha Yoga postures.
1811 N. Tampa Street, Tampa, FL 33602
Located in the Heights Building across Franklin Ave from Robertson Billiard Supplies, a block from the Rialto Theatre
PARKING there is a lot right in front of the studio on Franklin St. There are also overflow lots directly across Franklin St. from Foundation coffee, as well as free street parking on 7th ave and Franklin St
Hot Yoga 90 min.
Monday - Friday, Sunday
Practiced in a heated room, this class takes us through 90min. of yoga postures that are accessible to the beginner, but will also challenge an advanced student. Everyone is welcome in this class and encouraged, if nothing else, to simply stay in the room. These are 90min. for you to go inward and realize strength you didn’t know you had, while at the same time accepting the limitations of your body in the moment, without judgement, without expectation.
Hot Yoga 60 min.
Monday + Wednesday
Tuesday + Thursday
This class is a shortened version of the 90min. class. The same 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises will be used, but in varying combinations. This class is also heated.
One hour heated class with musical accompaniment.
In addition to our class schedule here are some other goings on.
International Day of the Midwife music class |Friday, May 5th 6:30pm
May 5th is international Day of the Midwife, and we think Midwives are pretty important. Join us for a 60 min music class where we can sweat and bend to some good music, all while raising some money for The Midwives Association of Florida.
The Midwives Association of Florida aims
- To inform and educate the public concerning the theory and practice of midwifery and its healthful benefits.
- To support legislative and political action affecting licensing and development of the profession.
- To promote and encourage the practice and development of midwifery in the State of Florida.
- To promote communication, cooperation and support among Licensed Midwives in the state of Florida.
- To promote cooperation and enhance communication and professional relationships with other midwives, other branches of the healing professions and the general public.
- To further the education and training of students and the practitioners of midwifery.
- To promote cooperation and enhance communication and professional relationships with other states, national and international midwifery associations.
Community Day | May 28th
A day for building community! Come for a free class at 9:30 or noon. There will be a Posture Clinic at 2 for $15! Come hang out with us! If you'll be in the neighborhood pop your head in! We'll hug your neck! All retail is 25% off. Sign up online to save your spot.
Fascial Dynamics | Fridays 5pm
Fascia is Fascinating!!!
Fascial Dynamics is a 1-Hour instructor led class focused on relieving specific fascial restrictions and physiological disorders that plague today's society. The goal of this class is to help break down excessive layers of adhesive fascia to better optimize everyday movement. These excessive layers of fascia are a result of trauma, abundant movement and likewise a lack of movement. Once adhesive fascia is broken down it is then quickly absorbed by the circulatory system and cleaned up by our lymphatic system. Our bodies are amazing! We will work together to both lengthen & strengthen in order to create balance within your fascial chain.
Fascia is a plastic like material that surrounds your muscles and other soft tissues. Healthy fascia allows for our muscles to move in full-range. However, because fascia isn't innervated by the nervous system and doesn't have a capillary system; it is largely ignored. Fascia has tremendous tensile strength compared to muscular strength. Healthy fascia can have two times the tensile strength of muscle and dense adhesive fascia can have up to eight times the tensile strength of muscle. Healthy fascia = better muscular strength.