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FIRE (HIIT) at Berkeley Heights


Included in Membership

Let’s be clear: you will sweat profusely in this blazing blend of high-intensity and meditative yoga.

Yogis in motion during a fire yoga class at Life Time
Experience Level
Advanced
Intensity
High
Class Length
45-60 Minutes
What to Bring
Yoga mat, if you have one
Yogis in hands to heart pose during fire yoga class at Life Time

JUMPSTART YOUR METABOLISM

High intensity intervals raise your heart rate with at least one "I. Cannot. Breathe." moment, before a micro meditation calms it all down.

Yogi in side kick position during Life Time HIIT fire yoga class

THE YOGI’S “RUNNER’S HIGH”

Energetic bursts of cardio flood the brain and body with feel-good endorphins, while boosting oxygen levels and torching fat cells. Breath work supports recovery.

Yogis in boat pose during HIIT fire yoga class at Life Time

DEEP BREATHING, STRESS RELIEVING

Harness the power of your breath by losing it first, leaving the studio with not only improved cardiac function, but a clear mind.

Fire yoga class instructor working with participants at Life Time

From our INSTRUCTOR

“It's the most beautiful thing, when stillness arrives, and the whole class finds its breath, together."

Lose your breath

a member’s perspective

“I’m a fast-paced fitness kind of person, but this class introduced me to a new way of working out. It’s everything I love about HIIT, with the mind-body benefits of yoga. I get a killer workout, but walk out zen. You really can have it all.”
“I crave the heat – and here it's about 85 degrees. We kick things off with a meditation, a little warm up for the mind to tune into what's happening inside. This evolves into pranayama, a more focused breath that helps you get through the intense parts of the workout.”
“Once we've got the breath down, it's flow time. We start in the yoga world, but the music shifts, energy picks up and the HIIT drills get serious, bringing on the burpees and more for 45 seconds a pop.”
"At this point, everyone is slicked in sweat. I can almost hear my heart beating through my chest. Time to find that inner calm and get back into pranayama. The ice-cold towels come out just in time for savasana."

Good to know

THE SCOOP ON SWEAT

Sweat is like your body's built-in air conditioner. As it evaporates from your skin, it takes away heat and keeps your body temperature in the comfort zone. Cool, right?

Mind over Matter

 Building psychological stamina aka toughness can help you push through your limits by resisting signals of fatigue. 

Burn Baby Burn

Yoga builds lean muscle and increases metabolism, while helping you become more mindful of eating habits.  

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Our members say

“From my mind, to my mitrochondria, everything comes out of this class, better.”

Roxanne P.

Berkeley Heights, NJ

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