To be Kom is to feel pure bliss.

Kom's state of the art studio is designed to provide a full sensory experience and feelings of balance and radiance. 

Our infrared heat penetrates the body and not the air allowing us to breathe easy through poses while sweating out toxins. 

Muscles relax relieving tension and stress which also increases flexibility and mobility.

The Kom experience is much like a day at the spa. 

Our style of yoga is inspired by traditional teachings with a contemporary flare to reflect our modern society.

Classes offer more than a basic yoga experience with each one designed around inspiring playlists and flows.

Classes are for all levels with instructors offering modifications.

The climate in the yoga room is designed for balance. The temperature is kept at core body temp of 98 degree

 

FAQ

 
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IF THIS WILL BE YOUR FIRST VISIT TO KOM YOU WILL NEED TO DOWNLOAD THE FREE MINDBODY APP, CREATE A PROFILE, AND SIGN-UP FOR A CLASS. IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE CALL 844-877-YOGA.  

Who can practice hot yoga?  

Hot yoga at Kom is for everyone. Our state of the art studio provides for a comfortable and therapeutic experience. Instructors offer modifications for beginner and advanced students allowing students to move at his/her own pace.

What class(es) is best for me?  

They each offer unique benefits. If you are interested in all of them we suggest trying them all and balancing your yoga practice with a variety of styles. If you prefer a slower pace and a deep stretch Yin will probably treat your body good. If you want more of a cardio workout and challenge our Flow, Power, Sculpt, and Barre is for you. Yin and Yang is a perfect balance of both energizing and restoring.

How often can I come to class?  

Everyday, and you can come to multiple classes per day. Back-to-back classes are popular and will leave you feeling blissful. It is recommended for practicing yogis to practice at least 3 times a week to receive maximum benefits. If you can't make it to class 3 or more times a week it's ok! Any amount of time you take for yourself to renew is beneficial!!

How do I prepare for a hot yoga class? 

It is recommended to eat your last snack or meal 2 hours or more before class. Drink lots of water so you stay hydrated!

What should I wear? 

Clothes you would be comfortable moving and sweating in. Water resistant, lightweight, and more form fitting clothes work best and allow for a comfortable experience. Running and biking clothes usually work well. Men can go shirtless and wear swim trunks if they choose. 

What do I need to bring to class? 

You will need a yoga mat, water, optional bath or beach towel for your mat or hand towel for sweat. Kom sells and rents mats and towels, and we sell water bottles in case you forget to bring one. Mats rent for $2 and towels for $3. 

For convenience, we offer Mat and Towel Service to our VIP Members. With this membership you will receive a yoga mat and towel at every visit.

Check in on Facebook and receive a free bottle of water!

What can I expect during my experience?  

The studio will be open 30 minutes before class starts, and will stay open up to 30 minutes after class. It is recommended to arrive 10-15 minutes before class to get checked in, use the restroom, silence your cell phones and watches, place them and your other belongings, including shoes and socks, in either a cubby outside the yoga room or in a locker in the locker room. Do not bring any personal items into the studio, especially phones, watches, and chewing gum. 

* OUR CLASSES START ON TIME AND INSTRUCTORS LOCK THE DOOR BEFORE CLASS STARTS. 

* OUR STUDIOS ARE OPEN 30 MIN BEFORE AND 30 MIN AFTER CLASS.

* SHOWERS AND PREP TIME IS LIMITED TO 30 MIN AFTER CLASS ENDS.

(See Yoga Etiquette for more information about what to expect.)

 

Etiquette

 
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ETIQUETTE - SHOWING RESPECT FOR OTHERS AND YOURSELF

BEING RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ENERGY YOU BRING INTO A ROOM

Be Punctual to Class

We respect your time therefore we start and end class on time. We also lock the front door to keep the studio safe during class. You are expected to be in the yoga/barre room and ready for class to start on time. Entering the room after class starts is disruptive. Plan accordingly so you arrive early enough to be in the room when class starts.

 No Electronics/Phones/Watches

Turn off or mute your electronics before you place them in a cubby or locker so they don't distract the class. Electronics are not allowed in the yoga room.

Take Your Shoes Off

Leave your shoes outside the yoga room. 

Minimize Conversation

As you arrive and set-up in the yoga room it is good practice to be quiet and focus inward. The few minutes before class are ideal for a short meditation and setting an intention for what you want to get out of class that day. Being quiet is not just good etiquette but also beneficial for your state of mind. If you need to say something simply be mindful of others by whispering. The lobby is the space for socializing not the yoga room.

Respect Your Teacher

When taking a group class do the class that your teacher is guiding. Do not come to class and disrespect your teacher and the other students attending by doing your own thing. Modifications are encouraged when needed, so that is not what this is referring to. Yoga is meditation for a lot of people so be mindful and responsible with your presence.  

Try Not To Leave Class Early

Arriving late and leaving early disrupts the class and should only be done when absolutely necessary. Use the restroom before class starts and bring plenty of water into the room with you. If you need to take a break take child's pose and rest until you feel you can start back with the class. 

Clean Up After Yourself

Before you leave clean up your space, any props you might of used, and mat if you rented one. There is cleaner and cloths on the shelf in the yoga room.