A specialist hot yoga studio is opening inside one of Leeds’ most beautiful Grade II listed buildings

“Empowering people to live happier, healthier and more fulfilling lives.”

Already a firm favourite in the nearby suburb of Ilkley, The Hot Yoga Chapel is on its way to Leeds.

And quite frankly, we can’t wait to sweat out the small stuff.

It’s safe to say that modern life isn’t without its stresses, anxieties and worries – and practicing hot yoga is a fantastic way to sweat away any tension and stress in an attempt to live a happier, more fulfilled life.

And luckily for us, us Leeds lot now won’t have to travel far to do so as The Hot Yoga Chapel has announced its official opening date in the city centre.

The brain-child of Zana Hunter; long time teacher and practitioner of classic Hot Yoga and lover of beautiful spaces, The Hot Yoga Chapel pride themselves on teaching great classes in unique spaces.

People doing Hot Yoga.
Image: The Hot Yoga Chapel

And their new location is no exception, as they’ll be opening their studio in one of Leeds’ most fabulous Grade II listed buildings – The Engine House.

Formally used as a power source for the Tower Works, it’s got all the exposed brick and vaulted ceilings you could ever hope for.

Announcing the exciting news to Instagram, The Hot Yoga Chapel said: “I’m SO excited to introduce you all to our soon to be Leeds studio.

The new studio in Leeds taking shape. Image: The Hot Yoga Chapel

“Opening in early April, The Hot Yoga Chapel Leeds will be located in The Engine House, another fabulous Grade ll listed building.

“The Chapel set the bar high, and our love of unique spaces meant the search has taken months and months! Plain white offices and empty shops just weren’t cutting it and then up popped The Engine House and the moment I walked in I knew – this has it! This has that same magic energy.”

Officially opening on Friday 12 April 2024, guests can expect a huge range of specialist classes led by expert teachers.

But how does hot yoga work? Well, each studio will have a dedicated hot room that reaches 40-42 degrees.

Image: The Hot Yoga Chapel

The heat and structure of the class allows students to quickly see and measure progress and improvements, making it perfect for beginners looking to get into yoga.

There’s a class to suit everyone, from their Original Hot Yoga Hot Vinyasa to Hot Pilates, Yin, Hot Chapel HIIT, Hot Chapel Flow and Sunday Service.

Bookings are open now, and you can book your first class via The Hot Yoga Chapel’s website.

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Featured image – The Hot Yoga Chapel

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