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5875 S Rainbow Blvd #206 Las Vegas, NV 89118, United States
5875 South Rainbow Boulevard #206USNevadaLas Vegas89118
(702) 257-8171vegashot.com
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"Vegas Hot is the low-end of hot yoga, really have to lower your standards."
8 reviewers
"The next day I took a yoga/pilates combo class."
14 reviewers
"My cardio and stamina has soared since beginning my vinyasa practice."
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Sonia Rollins
3 weeks ago
I've been doing yoga my whole life and I've never seen another place with such honest and beautiful people. People who are loyal, who wouldn't steel, cheat or lie to get some extra money. I know I can trust people at Vegas Hot.
Jenny B
3 months ago
This place is like second home to me! Classes are awesome! Yoko and Jammie are my favorite instructors! It's the only place that opens at 5am in the morning. Even with my crazy schedule I still can take a class almost any day of the week! Thank you Vegas HOT!
Elena V
7 months ago
Best studio in town for me. They have classes literally ALL DAY LONG. I haven't seen such a full schedule anywhere else in Las Vegas. Classes are big and groups are large, it brings this positive energy to the class that I really enjoy. Not to mention their prices that are by far the lowest I could find. Definitely my favorite place in town to practice Yoga.
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BitchnDudes Las Vegas
2 months ago
Great environment for personal growth, physically and mentally!!
lindsey Young
5 months ago
I usually wouldn't write a review but this yoga studio has really rubbed me the wrong way. In theory, its perfect, convienent, i liked the classes, and overall a very nice place. This is a new and business is falling short. I went in at the beginning of summer for my 7 day trial and they were offering $30 a month or $299 for a year membership. I decided I liked it a lot on day five. When i went to pay they said that the yearly membership didn't exist anymore. I purchased a monthly pass and as time went on they were pushing for more tips for the teacher. "Remember to tip your teach 2-4$" a class was on your class card. I found out from a friend that was going to teach there they only pay any employee 9.25$ an hour, i hope that isn't true. In august I get an Email that now they have an offer, $299 for a year membership. I was on vacation but decided to maybe i would do it and they were still offering a monthly no contract of $40. So i went in this morning(5:30) with my $40 in cash thinking i would see how i felt about this month, and now it is $59.99 a month. I told the clerk i didn't bring that cuz last email they sent me said $40 and i had checked the website, i got no sympathy and i was on my way. I'm not a cheap person, but this place has left me confused and feeling negative when it should not be like that!
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Jessica Marshall
8 months ago
I can't say enough good things about this place. I used to practice Bikram but it was too expensive, so I'd keep my practice going via Groupon and Living Social Deals. My husband got me a Groupon here and at first I was disapointed because it wasn't an offical "Bikram" studio. But I kept an open mind and took a Venus yoga class. It was VERY similar to Bikram, but I liked it more because of the variety. The next day I took a yoga/pilates combo class. It kicked my butt. After a few months of doing only yoga and pilates I got brave and tried Kettle Bell and Boot Camp. My life is forever changed. I was so inspired by the teachers and classes that I ended up getting my certification to teach too! The teachers here really care about their students and want them to get results. They are willing to work one-on-one with you to help you reach your goals. It doesn't hurt that it's also the LEAST EXPENSIVE membership I've found. I dont' need to Groupon hop anymore. I can actually afford to be a member here. There's a Med Spa on campus that makes it easy to be fit and beautiful with laser hair removal, organic teeth whitening, photo facials, etc.... I love my weekly chiropractic adjustments by the owner too! There's not a better place to slim down, tone up, and walk away a little taller with an overall glow than this place. And I know, I've tried almost every studio in town.
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Melanie Torossian
a year ago
I am very disappointed in the time I wasted today going to the orientation. If I had been allowed me to take the seven free days to try out the classes and THEN offer the same deal that they said was ONLY available if I paid for a membership today, I probably would have paid cash for the whole year, given that the classes were quality. Since we were told in the orientation that we would only be offered the deal for a cheaper price if we paid today BEFORE we were allowed the seven free days, I can only assume they don't think I would want to keep going there unless I was already locked in. I understand that there are some who may not finish the full week and they may feel they will lose out on memberships; however, I found this to be poor business practice. I will not pay for a membership without being offered the opportunity to take the "free" classes that were advertised. I don't think it was fair that I would have to pay more if I chose to wait until the week was up to purchase a membership. It was also very overcrowded in the kettle ball room, and made me question the amount they were allowing as their max capacity.
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John Rory
a year ago
So packed other people are sweating on your mat! Way too many people in class, disgusting sweat and funky smell from others right next to you. Totally uncomfortable when you're doing an upward dog with the rear end of someone in your face. Insufficient parking and restroom size. The instructors have to audacity to say the class isn't packed when it's mat to mat! Before you join just look at the class size of Martin's kettlebell class, or look at any late sunday class, way over packed. Martin's kettlebell class is the only reason I still go to Vegas Hot Yoga. I'm sure 20%+ off the members would jump ship if he left. Vegas Hot is the low-end of hot yoga, really have to lower your standards.
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