You’ll be able to do yoga in an inflatable heated pod in Lincoln this summer.
Hotpod Yoga is launching in the city on July 28 and 29 with a range of complimentary taster classes at Unit 19 on Earlsfield Close off Sadler Road.
Yoga classes in the 37°C cocoon-like pods are meant to warm the muscles and aid flexibility as well as making the heart work harder.
Hotpod Yoga Lincoln founder Kristen Ingraham-Morgan was born in Canada before moving over to England.
Having already run a successful Crossfit gym for several years, she only had two sessions at Hotpod Yoga before deciding the people of Lincoln needed one of their own too.
She said: “As a fulltime strength and conditioning coach, I am very aware of the benefits of increased flexibility, core strength, and balance, but never found a venue that was as welcoming to new practitioners as Hotpod Yoga is.
“I believe strongly in making fitness and wellness accessible to the 99% – the ones who don’t think yoga is for them.”
Max Henderson, co-founder of Hotpod Yoga, added: “With Kristen’s prior experience in the fitness world running a successful Crossfit, we know she is going to do a great job at introducing the magic of HPY to the region.”
From July 30, regular Hotpod Yoga Lincoln classes will be priced at £10 for a single class, £12 for a week’s intro offer, £45 for a 5 class pass, £80 for a 10 class pass and a £65 for unlimited membership.
All bookings must be made in advance online.