Hot Yoga Findlay has changed hands, and continues to offer a range of yoga, Pilates and Core Barre fitness classes. New to the studio, look for monthly seminars on varying yoga and health-related topics.
New Owner Peggy Dillon began her leadership of Hot Yoga on June 1, taking over from former co-owners Kelsey Terry and Janet Lis. She has been a yoga instructor for 12 years.
The studio is equipped with infrared heat, which helps muscles warm and prepare for movement, relieves muscle and joint pain, helps heal wounds and detoxifies the body. While some classes are held at 90 degrees, Dillon said she likes to vary the temperature, and some classes are held as low as 72 degrees.
More than 20 classes per week offer varying levels of difficulty. Dillon and instructor Gracie D’Angelo teach many of the classes, while Lis is still on-board teaching Corre Barre and Pilates.
New to the studio, Dillon plans to offer a seminar each month for $30. From 2 to 4 p.m. Oct. 24, Jenn McCullough will discuss Yoga and Buddhism: Integrating concepts into your Asana Practice.
Dillon is keeping the studio’s former policy that class packs purchased are good for one year. Packs purchased before her ownership will be honored. -SM