At first it seems impossible to mention Hot Yoga and sustainability in the same sentence. But actually it isn’t! We invested a lot of time to research and to figure out the best solution for creating a pleasant and optimally heated room, while not forgetting about sustainability.
Environmental protection and a healthy practice are key issues at Yogaholics United. Our two yoga rooms are optimally ventilated. When designing our heated room (hot room) we put great emphasis to the best possible way of energy recovery.
Additionally we choose an efficient ventilation system with high heat recovery (90% (!)). This ventilation system guarantees, that the oxygen level (ppm level) is sufficient at any time and won’t exceed the 1400 mark – no matter how many people are practicing yoga in the room at the same time. In order to keep the room free from drafts and to achieve a consistent heat distribution we use a heating ceiling consisting of customized elements.
Our heating and ventilation system is a technical masterpiece. The 100m2-heated room has an energy requirement of only 8kW. Compared to other Hot Yoga studios the heat consumption is unequaled low. In relation to the total size of the studio (300m2) the average energy requirement is 26W/m2. To get an idea what this means: In conventional thermally insulated houses the average value is about 50-70W/m2.
We are proud of our leading position in the yoga world due to our high-quality energy concept.
Happy sweating – cuz it works!