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. We first landed in Nottinghamshire in 2014.

studio facilities

  • Changing
  • Mats
  • Parking
  • Showers

20 person pod

Vinyasa flow

37 degrees

All levels welcome

find us

Roko Health Club, 442 Wilford Ln, West Bridgford, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG2 7RN, GB

Sharnelle Guest

Sharnelle discovered yoga whilst teaching windsurfing in Greece. With a dance and sport background she loved the fitness aspects of yoga but it wasn’t until travelling in Bali that she really discovered the benefits. Sharnelle quickly learnt that yoga can build strength and keep you fit as well as being relaxing and great for your head space.

Helen Roe

Helen has been doing yoga many years to help with her road cycling and other sports. She has a keen interest in anatomy and loves teaching yoga for sports. Her classes give space to work on the ever changing world and it’s constant demands on both the mind and body.

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.

Anna McLocklin

Anna first discovered yoga in 2001 (as advised by her doctor) at a point at which for three months she could hardly get out of bed. Anna enjoys bringing a powerful and playful flow into her classes and welcomes all on the mat.

Lee Sutton

After playing sport to a high level for a number of years Lee was introduced to Hotpod yoga to help with his flexibility. Not only did he have a new found passion but he also managed to lose three stone along the way. Lee believes yoga can create space in the body and mind, letting you participate in life fully with enjoyment and purpose.

Oli Milroy

Oli has a background in running marathons which naturally led him on to finding the benefits of yoga. A qualified Personal Trainer and Crossfit trainer, he has a keen interest in biomechanics and functional fitness.
His classes are energising and draw on the form of a focused and clear anatomical vinyasa flow.

Gemma Gretton

Gemma first tried hotpod in 2016 and has been a regular in the pod ever since. She loves the combination of being physically challenged but in a way that also calms the mind. Gemma’s classes are strong and fun so that each class provides the right amount of challenge and leaves you feeling refreshed and energised.

Gemma Louella Wallis

Gemma Louella has always been active and into sports, but once trying yoga it just stuck. That moment when she could calm her busy mind and become present, it evolved into more then just physical exercise. Her teaching style is motivational, dynamic, with clear instruction and a down to earth attitude.

Jess Barge

Having started yoga as an teenager, Jess wants nothing more than to give others the opportunity to feel the light, space and benfits from a strong yoga practice. Her classes are all about the end relax, but you’re going to have fun working hard to enjoy it!

Georgina Smith

George first found yoga whilst travelling to Sri Lanka 2011. She experimented with a variety of styles before finding the perfect practice that focused on strength and flexibility. George likes to challenge with dynamic flows, delivered with the soothing manner of her compassionate and peaceful nature.

Sally Carter

Sally’s yoga practise has been inspired from her Balinese adventures. Discovering the endless benefits that yoga brought, her classes are dynamic, strengthening and always make time for relaxation.

Helen Whetton

Helen discovered yoga after years of high intensity fitness and physical challenges, keen to find something which which would strengthen both body and mind, Her classes are energetic and embrace a mindful approach to time spent on the mat.

Jodi Ryan

Jodi first discovered hot yoga in 2011 in Los Angeles and was hooked: how it worked her body and how amazing it made her feel. Strong yet calm, her classes bring together key elements with a down to earth feel.

Kat Ashton

Kat came to yoga 10 years ago for the physical benefits but ultimately stayed for the sense of calm that it brought. Kat credits the pod for helping build her upper body strength when every other attempt had failed, and is on a mission to yoga her way around the world.

Lou Bates

Lou discovered yoga when she injured her lower back and was not able to pursue her usual punishing triathlon/cycling training regime. After a few classes she was hooked and realised very quickly that yoga was exactly what her body and mind needed. Lou loves strong, sweaty, dynamic classes with any opportunity to go upside down.

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.

Fi Morris

Fi first discovered Hot yoga whilst travelling Australia in 2010, from an initial interest in it as a just a workout, it completely changed her outlook & attitude. Her classes bring a modern take on a traditional practise, creating an enjoyable and welcoming space with a focus on core, balance and posture.

Gemma Grant

Gemma’s first experience of a hot yoga class was Bikram in London in 2008 and she was hooked. She enjoys the heat, the sweat and that great feeling after a class. Gemma is a big believer that yoga is for every one and every body type, this inclusivity shines through her classes.

Cathy Burnside

Cathy used to think that any exercise without a ball involved was pointless. Then in 2011 this keen golfer discovered Bikram and was forced to have a rapid rethink. Her classes are an energetic, holistic and inclusive hour with a nice lie down at the end!

Victoria Chan

Growing up in Hong Kong with years of training in dancing, Vix has always had a love of personal challenges that combine mental focus and body movement,. Then she discovered hot yoga and has been hooked ever since. Her classes are dynamic and combine her sense of fun and her strength.

Sarah Wood

Although Sarah had dipped in and out of yoga for years, it became a fundamental part of her life when she started practising Bikram and particularly loved the heat and the sweat! Yoga continues to teach her how to connect to her body and mind, and her classes draw on her strength and sense of calm.

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.

Jude McLaughlin

Jude discovered yoga when a comical attempt at snowboarding led to a bad back and the need to seek out some back and core strengthening moves. Whilst she loved the strength that came from regular physical practice, it was the restorative calm that got her really hooked. The no-nonsense accessibility of the pod really appeals to her down-to-earth approach, which is reflected in her fun and inclusive classes.

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.

Sarah Bailey

Sarah started practicing yoga to help a lower back injury in 2010 and hasn’t looked back since. She loves the combination of dynamic movement, strength and endurance. Her classes are energetic and challenging – combining a little hard work with some down to earth fun – whilst maintaining a healthy focus on alignment to create a strong but safe practise.

Christina Chung

Chrissie’s first experience of yoga was in London where she fell in love with an Ashtanga inspired dynamic flow. She enjoyed how it made her feel physically but also noticed the changed in her mental mood finding herself calmer and more at ease. Chrissie has taught all over the world training new teachers and running retreats.

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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