Temecula's Only Bikram Hot Yoga Studio
41625 Enterprise Circle S. Temecula, CA 92590

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    Now Offering Pregnancy Classes!

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  • Recent Posts

    Student of the Month October 2015 – Moleen Madziva!

    I was born during the onset of the 1975 liberation struggle of which is currently Zimbabwe. I lived with my family in the Svosve village until our independence in 1980. We then moved to the village community of Macheke where …

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    Student of the Month September 2015 – Madonna Davis!

    We are thrilled to have Madonna representing our Bikram Yoga Community as she has transformed herself with consistent and determined practice over the past four months. In 2010, Madonna and her husband were in an automobile accident resulting in extensive …

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    Student of the Month – August 2015 Chris Brown

    The first time Chris practiced Bikram yoga was in Laguna Beach, over 14 years ago. Although he wasn’t able to continue the practice, he felt the benefits and knew there was something in it for him later on in his …

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    Student of the Month July 2015 – Bonnie Simon

    We are excited to announce that Bonnie Simon, one of our long standing students has been selected as July 2015 Bikram Yoga Temecula Student of the Month. Bonnie, age 67, has been both a student and teacher of yoga. Over …

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    Bikram Yoga Postures

    Standing Deep Breathing (Pranayama)

    • Good for the lungs and respiratory system
    • Helps lung reach maximum expansion capacity
    • Good for asthma, shortness of breath, and nervousness
    • Increases circulation to the body

    Half moon (Ardha Chandrasana)

    • Gives quick energy and vitality
    • Heats up the body
    • Trims stomach, buttocks, hips and thighs
    • Improves flexibility of the spine
    • Promotes proper kidney function
    • Cures enlargement of liver and spleen

    Hands-to-Feet Pose (Pada Hastasana)

    • Improves blood circulation to the brain and legs
    • Increases of flexibility of spine and sciatic nerves
    • Strengthens the biceps of thighs and calves
    • Strengthens rectus abdominus, gluteus maximus, oblique, deltoid and trapezius muscles

    Awkward pose – (Utkatasana)

    • Strengthens and firms muscles of thighs, calves and hips
    • Increases flexibility of hip joints
    • Firms upper arms
    • Relieves joint and muscular pain
    • Increases circulation to knees and ankles
    • Relieves rheumatism, arthritis and gout
    • Helps cure slipped disc and lumbago in lower spine

    Eagle pose (Garurasana)

    • Flushes out the kidneys
    • Brings blood to sexual organs
    • Improves sexual vitality
    • Firms calves, thighs, hips, abdomen, and upper arms
    • Improves flexibility of the major joints in the body (hips, knees, ankles)
    • Strengthens latissimus dorsi, trapezius and deltoid muscles

    Standing Head to Knee Pose (Dandayamana Janushirasana)

    • Develops concentration, determination and patience
    • Good for cardiovascular system
    • Tightens abdominal and thigh muscles
    • Improves flexibility of the sciatic nerves
    • Strengthens tendons, biceps of thigh muscles, and hamstrings in legs

    Standing Bow Pose (Dandayamana Dhanurasana)

    • Increases circulation to heart and lungs
    • Improves elasticity of the spine
    • Creates marriage between strength and balance
    • Activates digestive system

    Balancing Stick Pose (Tulandandasana)

    • Increases blood flow all over the body at the same time
    • Allows all arteries of the heart to receive blood flow
    • Preventative for cardiac problems
    • Relieves stress from spine
    • Builds strength in lower extremities
    • Works all muscles of spine and lower extremeties

    Standing Separate Leg Stretching Pose (Dandayamana Bibhaktapada Paschimottanasana)

    • Good for depression, loss of memory, constipation and abdominal obesity
    • Increases circulation to adrenal glands
    • Increases circulation to brain
    • Strengthens diaphram
    • Releases tension in lower back muscles

    Triangle Pose (Trikanasana)

    • Works all muscles, joints, tendons and internal organs
    • Revitalizes nerves, veins, and tissues
    • Compression good for kidneys
    • Firms upper thighs and hips, slims waistline and improves muscles upper arms
    • Cadiovascular benefit with little movement

    Standing Separate Leg Head-to-Knee Pose (Dandayamana Janushirasana)

    • Good for digestive and endocrine systems, metabolism, body chemistry and immune system
    • Slims abdomen, waistline, hips, buttocks and upper thighs
    • Increases the flexibility of the spine and the sciatic nerves and of most of the tendons and ligaments of the legs, and strengthens the biceps of thighs and calves.
    • Improves blood circulation in the legs and to the brain, and strengthens the rectus abdominus, gluteus maximus, oblique, deltoid, and trapezius muscles.

    Tree pose (Tadasana)

    • Creates hip and knee flexibility
    • Creates total body traction
    • Releases abdominal tension
    • Good for arthritis, rheumatism, circulatory disorders and lower extremity weakness
    • Preparation for lotus pose

    Toe Stand (Padangustasana)

    • Develops psychological and mental powers-especially patience
    • Physically, it helps to cure gout and rheumatism of the knees, ankles and feet.
    • Helps cure hemorrhoid problems

    Wind-Removing Pose (Pavanamuktasana)

    • Cures and prevents flatulence which is source of most chronic abdominal discomforts
    • Improves flexibility of hip joints
    • Firms abdomen, thighs and hips

    Cobra Pose (Bhujangasana)

    • Good for digestion, kyphosis, scoliosis, low back pain, blood pressure, menstrual disorders, spondylo-arthritis of lumbar spine
    • Increases spine strength especially in the lower spine

    Locust Pose  (Salabhasana)

    • Good for gout, back pain, lumbago, blood pressure, sciatica, scoliosis, kyphosis, slipped disc, spondylosis, tennis elbow, varicose veins
    • Increases spine strength especially in the upper spine

    Full Locust Pose (Poorna Salabhasana)

    • Good for low back pain, low blood pressure, scoliosis, kyphosis, spondylosis, varicose veins
    • Increases spine strength especially in the middle spine

    Bow Pose (Dhanurasana)

    • Good for anorexia, bronchitis, constipation, diabetes, low back pain, obstructive lung disease, scoliosis and kyphosis
    • Increases strength of entire spine

    Fixed Firm Pose (Supta Vajrasana)

    • Increases circulation to the lower limbs
    • Strengthens and improves the flexibility of the lower spine, hips, knees and ankle joints
    • Good for lower back pain, sciatica, gout, rheumatism and varicose veins
    • Helps prevent hernia
    • Strengthens psoas muscules

    Half Tortoise Pose (Ardha Kurmasana)

    • Good for indigestion, flatulence, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, anorexia, diabetes and low back pain
    • Stretches the lower part of the lungs (good for asthma)
    • Increases flexibility of the hip joints and muscles of the shoulder joints
    • Relieves neck and shoulder tension, low back pain and firms abdomen and thighs
    • Increases blood flow to the brain (good for memory and mental clarity)

    Camel Pose (Ustrasana)

    • Excellent for postural alignment
    • Creates maximum compression of the spine which stimulates the nervous system
    • Improves flexibility of the neck and spine, relieves backache, helps kypho-scolitic deformities and cervical spondylosis

    Rabbit Pose (Sasangasana)

    • Creates maximum extension of the spine increasing the mobility and elasticity of spine and back muscles
    • Good for depression, headaches, insomnia, diabetes and respiratory illness
    • Good for thyroid and parathyroid glands
    • Relieves tension in neck, shoulders and back muscles

    Stretching Pose Paschimotthanasana

    • Improves flexibility of the sciatic nerve and joints of the ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, elbows and wrists
    • Increases flexibilty of the last five vertebrae of the spine
    • Excellent for the immune and lymphatic systems
    • Increases circulation to the liver, spleen, pancreas, thyroid, thymus and intestines
    • Good for allergies and arthritis

    Half Spinal Twist Pose (Ardha Matsendrasana)

    • Improves flexibility of the spine and hip joints
    • Relieves back pain and helps prevent slipped discs
    • Good for lumbago, rheumatism of the spine, kyphosis, scoliosis, cervical spondylosis and arthritis
    • Increases circulation to the spinal nerves, veins and tissues
    • Calms the nervous system

    Blowing in Firm Pose (Kapalbhati in Vajrasana)

    • Strengthens all the abdominal organs and increases the circulation
    • Strengthens the abdominal wall and trims the waistline
    • Allows the body to release toxins through the respiratory system