Original Bikram Hot 26 And 2 Yoga Series

Learn the basic of 26 and 2 yoga sequences of Bikram Hot Yoga. That has 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises in the heated room for over 90 minutes.

Benefits of 26 and 2 Hot Yoga

Suitable for individuals of all ages and fitness levels, most practitioners find solace and stress relief in the consistent practice of 26 and 2 Hot Yoga.

One of the main attractions of this style is the mental clarity and relaxation it offers, often referred to as a ‘moving meditation.’ Our studio environment is intentionally designed to foster this meditative experience.

Experience a complete body workout that targets every muscle group in just 90 minutes. 26 and 2 Hot Yoga, also known as Bikram Yoga, is renowned for its numerous advantages:

  1. Weight Loss & Body Purification: Sweating profusely during the practice helps in detoxifying the body and supports weight loss.
  2. Cardiovascular Conditioning: The series of postures and controlled breathing enhance cardiovascular health.
  3. Nervous System Function: This yoga style promotes optimal nervous system function and spinal health.
  4. Toning and Flexibility: Regular practice helps tone muscles and increase overall flexibility.
  5. Stress Alleviation: Achieve mental clarity, heightened focus, and improved discipline through the practice.
  6. Healing and Prevention: Bikram Yoga is effective for healing injuries and illnesses while preventing further degeneration.

In the therapeutic and restorative approach of Bikram Yoga, there’s no pressure to force yourself into postures. There’s always another class, more time, and further opportunities for growth.

As long as you approach the practice correctly and under the expert guidance of our teachers, you’re guaranteed to reap these remarkable benefits. Start your journey to physical and mental well-being with 26 and 2 Hot Yoga today!

26 and 2 Yoga Postures

Comprising a standing and floor series, these 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises stretch, strengthen, and heal the entire body.

STANDING POSE

ardha chandrasana

Half-Moon Pose with Hands to Feet Pose (Ardha-Chandrasana with Pada-Hastasana)

embodies grace and strength. It balances stability with expansion, like a dancer in the cosmos. As you stretch towards the sky, feel the universal energy flowing through you. This meditative pose cultivates inner calm and resilience. Embrace it to unlock your potential and find balance in life.

Awkward Pose (Utkatasana)

Awkward Pose (Utkatasana)

dynamic posture that builds inner fire and strength. Embrace the challenge and rise above it, like a warrior facing life with courage. Inhale determination, exhale doubt. Let Utkatasana empower you both physically and mentally

Eagle Pose (Garurasana)

Eagle Pose (Garurasana)

The Eagle Pose, embodies focus, balance, and unity. Like an eagle in flight, you find poise and stillness. With practice, it strengthens your body and brings mental clarity. Embrace this graceful pose and soar to new heights of well-being.

Standing Head to Knee Pose (Dandayamana Janushirasana)

Standing Head to Knee Pose (Dandayamana Janushirasana)

The Standing Head to Knee Pose, embodies focus, flexibility, and determination. Like an archer aiming with precision, you find balance and grace. This challenging pose builds strength and mental composure. Embrace it to unlock your potential and achieve harmony within.

dhanurasana

Standing Bow Pulling Pose (Dandayamana Dhanurasana)

The Standing Bow Pose embodies grace, strength, and expansion. You become a majestic archer, reaching for new horizons with poise. It builds strength and flexibility while symbolizing the courage to overcome challenges. Embrace this empowering pose and soar to new heights of well-being.

Balancing Stick Pose (Tuladandasana)

Balancing Stick Pose (Tuladandasana)

The Balancing Stick Pose embodies focus, balance, and determination. You become a steady tightrope walker, building strength and mental composure. This challenging pose improves balance and coordination. Embrace it to find stability in both body and mind.

Standing Separate-Leg Stretching Pose (Dandayamana Bibhaktapada Paschimottanasana)

Standing Separate Leg Stretching Pose (Dandayamana Bibhaktapada Paschimottanasana)

The Standing Separate-Leg Stretching Pose embodies flexibility, focus, and renewal. Like a cascading waterfall, you release tensions and find balance. It opens up your hips and hamstrings, bringing a sense of liberation and vitality. Embrace this rejuvenating pose and experience renewal in body and spirit.

Triangle Pose (Trikonasana)

Triangle Pose (Trikonasana)

The Triangle Pose embodies stability, expansion, and connection. You become a graceful triangle, reaching for the sky while grounded to the earth. It opens your heart and calms your mind. Embrace this harmonizing pose to find balance and unity within.

Standing Separate Head to Knee Pose (Dandayamana-Bibhaktapada-Janushirasana)

Standing Separate Head to Knee Pose (Dandayamana-Bibhaktapada-Janushirasana)

The Standing Separate Head to Knee Pose embodies flexibility, focus, and renewal. Reach for the sky while staying grounded like a resilient tree. This pose improves balance and builds strength. Embrace it to find renewal and growth within.

Tree Pose (Vrikshasana)

Tree Pose (Vrikshasana)

The Tree Pose embodies balance, stability, and connection to nature. Stand tall like a tree, rooted to the earth, and reach for the sky. It improves balance and brings a sense of inner peace. Embrace this empowering pose and find strength and grace within.

Toe Stand Pose (Padangustasana)

Toe Stand Pose (Padangustasana)

The Toe Stand Pose embodies strength, balance, and focus. On the balls of your feet, find stability and grace like a lotus dancer. It improves leg strength and mental concentration. Embrace this challenging pose to discover inner poise.

Corpse Pose (Savasana)

Dead Body Pose (Savasana)

The Dead Body Pose embodies relaxation, tranquility, and surrender. Lie down with arms and legs stretched out, and close your eyes. Release tension and worries, inviting deep peace. It enhances well-being and reduces stress. Embrace this rejuvenating pose and find inner stillness.

FLOOR POSE

Wind Relieving Pose (Pavanamuktasana)

Wind Removing Pose (Pavanamuktasana)

The Wind Relieving Pose promotes digestive health and releases tension. Hug your knee close to your chest to stimulate abdominal organs and ease bloating. It brings comfort and relaxation. Embrace this soothing pose for overall well-being.

Sit Up Pose (Padahastasana)

Sit Up

The Sit Up Pose embodies forward bending, flexibility, and awakening. Reach for your feet, stretch your hamstrings and lower back. It stimulates digestion and boosts vitality. Embrace this invigorating pose for renewed energy and well-being

Cobra Pose (Bhujangasana)<br />

Cobra Pose (Bhujangasana)

The Cobra Pose embodies strength, openness, and renewal. Arch your back, lift your chest, and feel rejuvenated. It improves posture, back strength, and spine flexibility. Embrace this powerful pose for physical and mental well-being.

Locust Pose (Salabhasana)

Locust Pose (Salabhasana)

The Locust Pose embodies strength, balance, and transformation. Lift your head, chest, arms, and legs, like a soaring locust. It strengthens your back and improves posture. Embrace this empowering pose to unleash your inner strength.

Full Locust Pose

Full Locust Pose (Poorna Salabhasana)

Full Locust Pose embodies strength, balance, and complete extension. Lift your head, chest, arms, and legs higher. It’s an advanced backbend that strengthens your back and improves posture. Embrace this challenging pose and experience liberation and expansion.

Bow Pose (Dhanurasana)

Bow Pose (Dhanurasana)

the Bow Pose embodies grace, strength, and heart-opening. Lift your legs and chest, forming a bow-like shape. It’s a powerful stretch for your front body and strengthens your back. Embrace this pose for emotional release and compassion.

Fixed Firm Pose (Supta Vajrasana)

Fixed Firm Pose (Supta Vajrasana)

the Fixed Firm Pose embodies strength, flexibility, and surrender. Sit on your heels, lean back, and form a bridge-like arch. It stretches thighs, knees, and lower back. Embrace this challenging pose for grounding and release.

Half Tortoise (Ardha Kurmasana)

Half Tortoise Pose (Ardha Kurmasana)

the Half Tortoise Pose, embodies grounding, surrender, and inner reflection. Sit on your heels, fold forward, and find tranquillity. It releases tension and calms the mind. Embrace this meditative pose for inner peace.

Camel Pose (Ustrasana)

Camel Pose (Ustrasana)

The Camel Pose, embodies grace, strength, and heart-opening. Arch your back, reach for your heels, and open your heart. It’s a powerful stretch for the chest and abdomen. Embrace this pose for emotional release and expansion.

Rabbit Pose (Sasankasana)

Rabbit Pose (Sasankasana)

The Rabbit Pose embodies surrender and self-reflection. Sit on your heels, fold forward, and find tranquillity. It releases tension and calms the mind. Embrace this meditative pose for inner peace.

Sitting Head to Knee Stretching Pose (Janushirasana-Paschimottanasana)

Head to Knee Stretching Pose (Janushirasana-Paschimottanasana)

The Sitting Head to Knee Stretching Pose embodies flexibility and grounding. Extend one leg and fold forward over it. It’s a meditative posture that releases tension in the back and hips. Embrace this calming pose for inner peace and self-discovery.

Half Lord Of The Fishes (Ardha Matsyendrasana)<br />

Spine Twisting Pose (Ardha Matsyendrasana)

Half spine twist pose, embodies strength, spinal mobility, and purification. Sit with one leg bent and twist towards the right. It’s a cleansing posture that improves flexibility. Embrace this invigorating pose for renewed energy. 

BREATHING EXCERCISE

Standing Deep Breathing Pose (Pranayama)

Standing Deep Breathing Pose (Pranayama)

is a transformative breathing exercise in yoga. Inhale deeply, filling your lungs with life-giving oxygen, and exhale, releasing stress. With consistent practice, you’ll find inner peace and resilience. Embrace this powerful practice on your journey to physical and mental well-being.

Skull Shining Breathing (Kapalbhati Pranayama)<br />

Blowing In Firm Pose (Kapalbhati Pranayama)

Pranayama, or Blowing in Firm Pose, embodies purification, vitality, and mental clarity. Sit comfortably, exhale forcefully, and inhale passively. It cleanses the respiratory system and invigorates the mind. Embrace this energising practice for revitalisation.

26 and 2 Yoga Teacher Training

Unlock your full potential as a certified yoga teacher with our 26&2 Yoga Teacher Training. Led by acclaimed teacher Mr Ian, gain E-RYT 200 certification in the serene setting of Bali. Embrace ancient traditions and modern techniques for physical and mental well-being.

Enrol now and transform your yoga practice.