Our Infrared Heat warms your body from the inside. Heat takes the trauma out of stretching, heals and helps prevent injuries. Your skin is the largest eliminative organ in your body. As you work deep within your body, you sweat, flushing out toxins.
*Reduced pain & inflammation
If you’re new to hot yoga or if you’re returning after a break from it, give your body time to adjust. Your initial exposure to heat should be without exercise. You may want to just sit still during portions of your first few classes. Start by holding poses for a fraction of the time the coach suggests, and build your endurance gradually with each session.
Drink at least 16 ounces of water two hours before class, drinking frequently during the practice, and consuming 20 to 40 ounces afterward for every hour of exercise.
Sweating is the body’s primary defense against overheating, and bare skin allows your body to release heat more easily.
You are here to take care of you, in this moment, at your current age with your present body type and minor afflictions. Accept yourself where you are and you will have a great practice. If you try to compete with your younger self or anyone else in the room, you may end up feeling sick or worse, injuring yourself. Get out of your head and be keenly aware of your body. Pay close attention to your body’s reaction to the environment. You’ll know when you need to take a break. We all like a challenge. We wouldn’t be here if we didn’t. We will help you find a balance between pulling out that last ounce of effort to hold a pose and pushing too hard when all of your endurance is gone. In short, check your ego at the door and take care of yourself. Rather than fleeing, rest, on your back, in a seated position or in child’s pose.
Medical conditions such as diabetes, pregnancy, cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease, eating disorders, sleep deprivation, a history of heat-related illness, and being overweight may increase the risk of developing a heat-related illness. Also, some medications can interfere with the body’s heat regulation system and shouldn’t be used during any hot yoga practice.
Parking for Surrender Hot Yoga Studio is located across the street at 127 Sichler Road. Please do not park in the Main Street Muscle and Fitness Center parking lot.
Mats will not be provided for you. Please bring your own mat and plenty of cold water to drink. Optional but highly recommended: small hand towel and hot yoga mat towel.
DOORS DO LOCK PROMPTLY AT CLASS TIME! NO LATE ADMITTANCE.
Children handle high temperatures differently than adults in that they absorb heat more than adults do. They also have a smaller blood volume, which makes it harder for them to dissipate the heat, and their slower rate of sweat production effects their ability to cool off. Children under 14 years of age will not be allowed to practice in our studio, but we highly encourage an at home practice to prepare them for studio practice in the future.
Expires after 6 months
Expires after 3 months
7 consecutive days starting the day of your first class. Take as many classes as you’d like in those 7 days. NEW CLIENTS ONLY/ONE TIME OFFER
98 - 105°
In this class, you will use your breath to flow from one pose to the next. This type of yoga practice includes lots of variety in the sequences of the poses.
Training for various ranges of motion
Open and strengthen the entire body
Challenging and Fun
90 - 95°
In this class, you will focus on the union of your mind, body and breath. There will be plenty of restorative/resting poses mixed in with gentle flows.
Training for various ranges of motion
98 - 105°
Yin Yoga requires nothing other than your breath and a willingness to let your body relax and be supported by the earth. In Yin, we hold poses anywhere between 3 - 5 minutes so that we can bring warmth into our connective tissues. Yin is slow!
Hydrates tissues and muscles
Calms the nervous system
More meditative practice
95 - 105
In this class, you will practice primal movement, tribal dance and ancient yoga techniques to awaken the Shakti energy and free the mind. Music is loud and may be explicit!!
Helps you connect with a wild, primal aspect of yourself
Caution: May cause self-love
I have been involved in the fitness industry for over 25 years as a group fitness instructor and coordinator. It was my involvement in helping grow our group fitness program that lead me to my first YogaFit instructor training. After the first day of that training, I knew that I had found my passion. I pursued two more certifications with YogaFit as well as training in chair yoga. The first time I tried hot yoga, I didn’t understand it. The second time I tried it, I dropped my ego and went in with an open mind. By the third try, I experienced that mixed feeling of extreme intensity coupled with the detoxification, increased flexibility, and relaxation that is indescribable. My journey became my dream and with the help of my husband and my family, this dream became reality when we opened Surrender Hot Yoga Studio. My advice to anyone who asks about hot yoga is always this; Give it three tries, leave your ego at the door and remember that yoga isn’t about touching your toes, it’s about what you learn on the way down.
I have always had a passion for health and wellness and Yoga has been a part of my life for over ten years. Yoga has increased my strength, flexibility, balance, and most importantly it has inspired me to be present and grateful for each moment. I always loved to practice as a student, and completed my first weekend training with YogaFit in 2015. Once I was able to lead my own classes and share my passion with others, I knew that I wanted to delve more into the practice and learn as much as I could. In 2016, I completed my 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training Course with Yandara Yoga Institute in Pahoa, Hawaii. It was the most incredible experience! The course consisted of training and practice of techniques of asana, pranayama, meditation, chanting, anatomy and physiology, yogic philosophy, ethics and life-style, and teaching practicum. I am so grateful for the opportunity to continue to share my love of this practice with the members of Surrender Hot Yoga.
My name is Alyssa Romero. I am married to my high school sweetheart, and I am a stay at home mom to two beautiful little girls. I found yoga many years ago, and it has truly helped transform my mind, body, and spirit. I enjoy teaching and sharing my love of yoga, breathing control, and mindfulness techniques with others, while also providing a judgment-free space to do so. Yoga has given me the tools to be mindful, present, and to appreciate life and all of the everyday beauty that comes with it. I wish you well and look forward to having you in class!
Hi! I’m Hannah, I am a 200 hour certified yoga instructor. I completed my training at yoga by Julia in 2019. I decided to get trained in yoga teaching after 10 years practicing yoga and my father breaking his back (he’s much better.) I can teach a wide range of yoga styles and with specialities in vinyasa, hatha, yin and cardio. I started my yoga journey by wanting to full time between classes in college. I practice yoga as a training tool for ultra races, breath control and meditation practices. Can’t wait for you to join me!
I’m Sheila Knight. I’m a crazy dog lady & a football mom. I started practicing yoga 15 years ago just to add something extra to my workout routine. Yoga has helped me heal my mind and body so much I became a certified Buti instructor. I found Buti, or rather Buti found me in 2017 after my cousin dragged me to a class on Thanksgiving day and I was immediately hooked! Buti has helped me to truly love myself, my body, and to never speak harshly to myself. I look forward to sweating with intention with you and helping you let go of anything that’s holding you back from loving yourself fully.
I am a RYT 200hr from The New Mexico School of Yoga. I’ve been practicing yoga for 15+ years and teaching for the last two. Yoga is a tool I use to strengthen my body and calm my mind and I love to share it with the world as well as my community. I am grateful to teach, learn and grow all while helping guide others in their health and wellness.
I stumbled across yoga in college when I signed up for a class as a PE credit. When the class was over, I knew I had to keep practicing! After about 10 years as a student, I took the plunge into teacher training and have since completed two 200 hour trainings focused on different styles and sides of yoga. Outside of yoga, I am a non-diet Dietitian who supports individuals in healing their relationships with food and body image, as well as finding joyful movement. Yoga tools have influenced my nutrition practice, and vice versa. I love supporting people on their journeys to a more harmonious relationship with their bodies. My husband, two cats (Lost Monster and Sadie), and I recently moved from Houston, Texas to New Mexico to live in a custom-built tiny house. I am so excited to have found a studio to practice, teach, and be in community!
I’ve always been an active person ever since I was young. In school I was athletic but chose to be a cheerleader from middle school up until my Senior year in high school.
As an adult I played tennis, jogged and did jazzercise.
Ever since Main Street gym opened their doors I have been a member there.
With age and probably not eating that clean I started to gain weight. I figured since I worked out, I could eat whatever I want. Not true! Sure my muscles were toned & I had stamina but I couldn’t lose weight. One day my daughter asked me to join her in a hot yoga class back in 2017. I told her it sounded boring and I hate the heat. I tried it anyway and got hooked. Been doing yoga since 2017 and I was very happy when Surrender Hot Yoga studio opened in Los Lunas. Ever since I’ve been doing yoga I have lost 30 pounds. I feel that it helped with my weight loss, as well as with my patience and back pain.
I can definitely say that yoga has helped my self-esteem, patience, and made me overall a better person. Thank you yoga. Namaste. 🧘🏻♀️❤️
Sheila K. 40. 2-18-22
435 Main Street Southwest Suite C, Los Lunas, New Mexico 87031, United States
09:30 am – 08:00 pm
We are open 30 minutes before and after class times.