about the studio

Our beautiful, purpose built, climate controlled city centre studio on Stanford Street was converted from a carpark in 2017.  It has all the functionality of a modern yoga space whilst retaining the classic proportions of this Victorian thoroughfare in an historic quarter of Nottingham.  Light, airy, fresh and bright, the welcome is as warm as the pod itself.  Just a 5 minute walk from the station, and a few hundred metres from the bus and tram routes, it is perfectly placed at the heart of our city.

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studio facilities

  • Showers
  • Mats
  • Changing

the hotpod experience

step into our immersive pod

hot yoga in 37 degree heat

move to relaxing beats

filled with calming scents

suitable for all levels

find us

Merchants Court, 2 Stanford Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 7BQ, GB

Find Us

Our Nottingham city studio is located at 2 Stanford Street (off Castle Gate) just a 10 minute walk from the station or 3 minutes from Market Square. Parking on the street is for residents only, but there are many NCP car parks within a 10 minute walk.

Sarah Harrison

Sarah has been hooked on hot since her first visit to Bikram in 2001. She loves the strength, power and the total body and mind workout that hot yoga brings. Her classes are strong and dynamic with a clear focus on anatomy, movement and helping to understand your body in the context of the shapes we create.

Amanda Kiani

Having worked in pharmaceutical sales It was during a year out in Australia that Amanda was first introduced to yoga. Having always felt fitness was all about high impact, she began to love the feeling yoga gave her. After returning to the UK she continued her yoga journey with relaxing Hatha classes. A friend then introduced her to Hotpod in 2016 and she was hooked, as the heat helped her body release deeper into postures and the Vinyasa style energised her.

Vicki Green

After years of competitive team sports and teaching pole fitness, Vicki attended a yoga class with the intention of increasing her flexibility, and the rest is history. For Vicki, yoga provides balance within a busy life and promotes a mindfulness that can be taken off the mat. Join Vicki in the pod to balance a strong flow with a light hearted approach.

Kully Sandhu

Kully started yoga in 2015 after many years of being unable to train due to knee and shoulder injuries. She quickly got the bug for hot yoga and now inspires others to achieve their goals, whether it is to touch your toes or touch your soul.

Nicole Windle

Nicole discovered yoga as a teenager, mainly to stretch for her dance competitions. She has always been into sports and fitness so she loves the energy that hot yoga brings. Her classes are dynamic but grounding, and she is a keen advocate of the mental and physical benefits that yoga can bring.

James Cordin

Discovering yoga during A Levels, James to this day, hasn’t found a style he didn’t love. However, since finding Hotpod in 2016, the heat and the flow of the pod has been his go-to vibe. Loving both the physical and mentally transformative aspects of yoga James’ classes are strong yet mindful connecting you back to your body and best self.

Kat Stephenson

the founder

Sarah Harrison

Sarah settled in the East Midlands in 2002, having followed a career in sales and business development which took her around the UK and Europe. Having discovered her love of hot yoga in the late 90s it was only as she hit her 40s, disenchanted with corporate life and unfulfilled by her career, that she decided to follow her dream and pursue a path of teaching and building her own yoga business. Sarah was introduced to Hotpod Yoga by Siobhan who started Hotpod in Solihull. Having trained together Sarah watched with interest from the side lines as Hotpod Yoga Solihull flourished, and 9 months later she opened HPYNotts across two Nottinghamshire centres, 20 miles apart – Long Bennington & West Bridgford.

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