“A unique space to work and play.” — Pacific Domes
Prepare for a great workout! Setting up a hot yoga dome studio at home can be affordable, fun and rewarding. In as little as 30 minutes a day, you can improve your body, mind and overall health while in the comfort of your own home.
Whether you want to practice hot yoga in the privacy of your own home dome studio or plan to join the growing trend towards creative home employment, Hot Yoga Dome studios providing a unique space to nurture your spirit. A dome studio, naturally attunes to the frequencies of the Universe, encouraging deep relaxation and meditation.
What is Bikram Yoga (aka Hot Yoga)?
If you’re new to the concept of Bikram Yoga, more recently known as Hot Yoga, here’s some things you’ll want to know:
“Bikram Yoga, also known as Hot Yoga, is a unique style of yoga practice that combines a series of 26 postures and two breathing exercises. Developed by Bikram Choudhury, this style of yoga is performed in a room heated to approximately 105°F (40.6°C) with a humidity of 40% that closely simulates that of India. The elevated temperature and humidity levels help to warm up the muscles, increase flexibility, and promote detoxification through sweating. Bikram Yoga focuses on building strength, balance, and flexibility while promoting mental clarity and relaxation. Whether you’re a seasoned yogi or new to the practice, the challenging yet invigorating nature of Bikram Yoga offers a transformative experience for both the mind and body.”
It’s A Healing Place to Grow, Learn & Create
When it comes to planning your personal home studio or a Yoga Center, Geodesic Dome Building Systems are nature’s perfect structure and lend themselves to all kinds of multi-use functions. They serve as retreat spaces for group activities and economical retreat housing; as well as, other functional and imaginative uses. Free-standing Yoga Domes are suited to all types of terrains and can be found at many remote nature retreat centers because they are portable, and easy to set up.
And, by integrating a simple sound-light healing practice, simple yoga movements can have a profound effect on your health and well-being. Here’s a few other suggested uses for yoga dome studios:
Healing Meditation Spaces
Quantum Sound-Light Healing Domes are suited to many environments from meditation to deep healing practices and playful events. Using ancient Vedic physics, each dome is scaled to specific measurements, creating harmonics that support your body and soul.
Limber up in a Hot Yoga Dome!
Yoga & Meditation Studio – Relax, Rebalance and Rejuvenate
One of Pacific Dome’s clients, Geode is a contemporary yoga & fitness center offering professional instruction to those seeking balance of mind and body. Geode offers classes, workshops, team gathering and friendly get-togethers in their geode dome nestled in the woods. Geode now offers private bookings!
Another of Pacific Dome’s clients, Jen Healy, uses her yoga dome to train students and teachers in the art of aerial yoga play. Jen is currently offering virtual teacher trainings. Be sure to check out her product offerings.
Setting up Your Hot Yoga Dome Studio
You’ll love creating your unique yoga retreat space with several dome options to choose from, such as, bay windows, skylight roofs, connecting tunnels and rounded doors; as well as, other functional accessories.
Dome covers come in assortment of fabrics and are available in a variety of colors. Various types of features, such as, floors and decks can be installed with Yoga Domes to provide a comfortable and aesthetically pleasing unique environment for every function. Multiple Yoga Domes may even be connected to create a whole dome complex.
Browsing Pacific Domes gallery of yoga studios is your first step towards exploring the benefits and versatility of geodesic-engineered domes as the strongest, portable structure known to man. If you’re ready to dive in and take your dream to the next level, you might find this Guide to Purchasing and Building Your DIY Dome helpful, too.
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