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Bikram Yoga Fort Worth

Bikram Yoga Fort Worth

921 Foch Street, Fort Worth, TX

817-335-9642

Mon – Thu: 5:30 am – 9:45 pm, Fri: 5:30 am – 8 pm

Sat – Sun: 8 am – 5:30 pm

http://www.bikramfortworth.com/

If you are visiting the Dallas/Ft. Worth area and looking for a place to practice Bikram (Hatha) Yoga, Bikram Yoga Fort Worth is a fantastic studio located near the cultural district of Fort Worth. The studio is wedged between a vintage clothing shop and a juice bar next to a cheesecake bakery (brutal, I know). The studio features a hot room with thin carpeting and fluorescent lighting; mirrors are located on the east and north sides of the room. Large shaded windows provide natural light without interference from the sun. The yoga studio has a boutique that sells clothing, accessories and jewelry that are not analogous to yoga. In the back of the studio, there are changing rooms equipped with showers (body wash, shampoo, hair dryers and brushes are available, which is incredibly helpful for those who have to rush to work!), bathroom stalls, and cubbies for personal items. Between the hot room and the changing room is a filtered water fountain with a water bottle filler for those bringing their own water. Yoga mats, hand towels, yoga towels and water are available at the studio for rent/purchase if you did not bring your own.

 921 Foch Street, Fort Worth, TX

Parking can be a struggle, but you are allowed to park in the spaces that say “Foch Street Warehouse Parking Only,” as the studio is part of the Foch Warehouses. Parking is not allowed in the parking garages that are part of the West 7th development. I would recommend that you come 30 minutes prior to class time to find parking, change clothes (if you already didn’t come dressed for the activity), and acclimate your body to the temperature of the hot room.

Key Points:

  • Class always starts on time.

  • If you are a newcomer/walk in, it is recommended that you choose a spot at the back of the class

  • Talking is not allowed in the hot room, please do not be rude and interrupt the class

  • Instructors are available before and after class for any questions you may have.

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One Response

  1. Bianka Rodriguez

    Hi,

    My name is Bianka and I would like to try a hot yoga class. Is there a one-time trial class free of charge? I recently went to a hot yoga studio and was not impressed after spending $20. I rather not continue to waste money. I’m searching for a yoga instructor to better myself if that helps. Look forward to hearing from you. Thanks!

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