Try Yoga In A Hot Room At Yogafurie

Hot yoga is an exciting and fun way to learn a traditional practice while becoming fit, flexible and strong. Sweating helps clear your skin and lose weight. The movements make you supple, calm and help improve sleep.

Since 2012, Yogafurie has helped over 9000 people learn and practice hot yoga. People love the friendly, motivating environment in the studio and the students describe Yogafurie as 'the yogi’s choice'.

New students can have a 20 or 30 consecutive days of unlimited Hot Yoga practice for just £20 or £30. Their beautiful purpose-built studio is clean and well equipped and anyone can take a shower after class. There’s free parking on surrounding streets and lots of cycle racks. The number 70 bus stops right outside.

Yogafurie Yoga and Hot Yoga classes, teacher training and retreats
201 Ashley Down Rd, Bristol BS7 9DD, United Kingdom
0117 403 1678
FCHC+32 Bristol, United Kingdom

Eight to twenty minutes away, depending on which route you take, from Better Food is Hypnotherapy Bristol Practice. If you are looking for a hypnotherapist in Bristol, drop by and visit Hypnotherapy Bristol Practice. Anyone suffering from bad smoking habits, anxiety, panic attacks and depression can seek help. Hypnotherapy has been helping people overcome a wide range of issues successfully.

Owner and hypnotherapist Greg Nejedly had the privilege of being able to treat many people in and around Bristol for a wide range of issues for nearly 15 years. His approach is to help the individual to overcome his issues and to understand that your past does not have to influence your future in a negative way.

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