Hot60

Our Hot 60 class follows the same sequence of posture as the Hot 90.  The only difference is that there is only one set of some postures, less rest for time between postures, and some postures are sequenced together without a resting period.  It is advisable that a new student first practice the Hot 90 sequence to become familiar with the practice, then begin the 60 minute practice, though all classes can be practiced by beginners. The room is heated to 105 F and relative humidity of 40%.  This is a great sequence if you are short on time and seek to maintain an already established practice.

I started my Journey in Yoga almos 9 years ago and transform my self and my life. I practice and teach both Hatha and Kundalini Yoga. I see my Hatha practice as daily maintenance a great way to work out kinks in my body, get grounded and calm. My Kundalini practice is a place of transformation. The kriyas and meditations

I started doing yoga on a regular basis in 2008 when a friend told me about a Hot Yoga class that I needed to try. It was my first experience doing yoga in a really hot room for 90 minutes–and I couldn’t wait to get the heck out of there–thinking the class was lasting FOREVER! The funny thing was, I

My first yoga class was a Bikram yoga class on a hot, summer day in Bend, Oregon in 2008. My aunt Carol had just completed her Bikram Teacher Training program and invited me accompany her to class. I remember how that final Savasana felt. I was at home, at peace. I felt a deep connection to myself. I practiced quite

I began teaching Bikram Yoga in 2002 and other styles of yoga since 2004. I became interested in health and healing while experiencing serious health issues my late teen’s and traditional medicine could not offer solutions. I began studying alternative healing practices and philosophies. Along that journey, I became a Certified Reiki Master, Kinesiologist, Iridologist, Spiritual Response Therapist, Rebirthing Facilitator,

I was born in Tehran-Iran and came to the US at the age of 15. I was introduced to Bikram yoga by a friend in 1999 who knew that I had a bad left knee from playing competitive soccer for over 20 years and that I had a wrist problem from working at my restaurant chopping tomatoes, onions, and cilantro

Seth,  originally from Seattle,  Washington, has been teaching yoga for five years, and practicing for 16 years.  He has studied yin yoga with Bernie Clark and Sarah Powers, Ghosh lineage with Esak Garcia, Vipassana meditation with senior teacher  S.N Goenka, and iRest, yoga nidra with Richard Miller. Seth was first introduced into yoga when he was 14 years of age

Emily Cawley, originally from Beaverton, has been a student of Bonfire Hot Yoga since 2011.   Emily earned her her 200 yoga teacher certification in 2016 in a program focused on the 26&2 hot yoga series,  training Sarah Grace, Kathy Allen and Kevin Cooke at Sealevel Hot Yoga. Her teaching is influenced by her practice of ashtanga and the yoga lineage of Bishnu Ghosh. Her instructional style is warm and direct, which emphasis in stillness, discipline, and finding ease within effort. Emily has in-depth training in education which she puts into practice not only in teaching yoga, but in mentoring new yoga teachers, and offering continuing education in teaching practices for the yoga community. She and her teaching partner Seth Brown have taught several intermediate and advanced asana workshops and posture clinics since the beginning of their collaboration in 2017. Emily also teaches voice workshops for actors and yogis alike, and has worked as a dialect coach and acting teacher in the Seattle, WA. You can find her at Bonfire Hot Yoga, the Beaverton-located studio of which she is the owner. She has lived and practiced in Seattle, New York City, and Vancouver BC.