Ever thought about becoming a yoga teacher? Find out about YTT with Hotpod Yoga

about the studio

We’re Europe’s largest yoga business. Since 2013, over 100,000 people have immersed themselves in a Hotpod class at one of our 50+ locations around the world. You’ll stretch further, breathe deeper, sweat harder and melt fully into the Hotpod experience – a balanced flow of active and passive postures, working the body and calming the mind in equal measure. For class times and more, take a look at the schedule above, then book your spot.

studio facilities

  • Changing
  • Mats
  • Showers

Signature Inflatable Studio

Vinyasa flow

37 degrees

All levels welcome

find us

Studio 1-3, Axiom Art Building, 54 Washington Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G3 8AZ, GB

Find Us

Our Glasgow studio is located at 54 Washington Street in the Axiom art building. Nearest station is Anderston or Glasgow Central. Main Building entrance code: 1928. Paid parking available at the front of the building.

Casey

Casey is a Hotpod trained teacher who takes you through the flow in a challenging and supportive way. Outside of the mat, Casey is a very talented artist.

Sam

Meet Sam, our martial arts practicing yoga teacher! Sam has a wealth of training and experience as a teacher and is most recently been trained in Budokon style. Find his classes challenging, strong and influenced by martial arts to help you to focus, find determination and mental strength.

Donna

Donna has a very multidimensional approach to yoga having tried many styles herself over her 7 years of practicing. She has an enthusiastic way of teaching and loves animals reading and tea!

Mary

Mary is a newly qualified yoga teacher and one of the earliest members of the Glasgow pod. Her teaching
approach is fun, inclusive and relaxed- perfect for anyone at any stage on their yoga journey.

Laura

Newest member in the HPY Glasgow team! Former stress- head turned laid back yogi! Her teaching style is fun and informative, meaning Yoga is accessible for all.–

Ashleigh

This small ex gymnastic power house spends a lot of time on her hands and has a few tricks up her sleeve! Ashleigh’s classes are fun and challenging.

Louise

Louise started practicing yoga to balance out her training in Muay Thai and boxing in 2004.
She qualified as a teacher in 2016.
Having found strength, courage and balance in her own life through yoga, she now wants to share the power of the practice with her students. Her classes are informative and grounding taught with love.

Amanda

Amanda became a daily practitioner of yoga around 8 years ago. She loves sharing her knowledge and inspire students by encouraging them through individual instruction.

Rose

Rose’s yoga practice has helped her to cultivate discipline and focus over the years. Her teaching background includes various styles, from dynamic Ashtanga Vinyasa, to the quiet stillness of Yin yoga. Rose loves experimenting with poses creatively, and infuses her teaching with this playfulness. Expect to move with awareness and balanced effort, and find release of mind and body stresses.

Mari

Mari has always enjoyed sport and fitness activities, but hasn’t ever felt as strong as once she started yoga. She enjoys challenging herself and others on the mat and once discovering Hotpod Yoga she knew the concept of the class would offer students just this and more. She is known for treating students as individuals offering plenty of adaptations and modifications.

the founder

Mari Doyle

Mari came across Hotpod yoga in June 2017. Her husband, Mark, works in the franchise industry and together they had been looking for a business opportunity. When Mark found Hotpod Yoga they were both very excited. They visited Newcastle pod and Solihull pod to try it out and felt it was exactly the innovative exciting concept they were looking for. They quickly booked flights to London to meet the head office in the hope that they would be accepted as first franchisees in Scotland. And they were!

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