I am used to being a very active person, however, one with progressive back issues. Recently I had to stop playing tennis for a while after aggravating a back condition. Years ago, I was told by a Physical Therapist that Yoga should be an integral part of my life. I have tried to like Yoga,…
Love this place!!
Just coming back from a second knee replacement and Marina and Mark were fabulous in helping me make it through the class. Bikram was a big part of my recovery plan and gaining strength back in my legs. I know that doing practice will help me heal the right way and give me more bend…
It was awesome! I was really hesitant bc it was my first time. But Mark (I think that was his name) was so polite and welcoming to new comers. I would deff recommend, and will be going back 🙂
Amazing studio with amazing people! Love this place! Highly recommended for experienced and beginner yoga students! Love it!
First Time Advice
Drink plenty of water throughout the day, & avoid eating a large meal 2-3 hours before class. Create an account before arrival. SIGN UP AND REGISTER HERE.
Arrive 15-20 minutes early before class. Bring 2 large towels, a yoga mat and a large bottle of water.
All of the above are AVAILABLE FOR RENT AND/OR PURCHASE at the studio.
Bring a change of clothes if desired.
Wear breathable, movable clothing that you will be comfortable sweating in.
Classes start promptly so be sure to arrive on time for class.
We have changing rooms with showers to use at your convenience and storage room for you to keep your belongings while in class.
During & After Class
The classes are a demanding series of Hatha yoga postures suited for both beginners and more experienced students. The room is heated between 95 degrees and 104 degrees depending on the class. Each class is 60-90 minutes in duration.
The first 15 – 30 minutes after class is the most crucial time to recover. Take it easy and drink plenty of water. Come back to your next class within 24-48 hours.
Thavma is a combination of the first letters of our names Thano and Marina . The –V- with the flame in the center, stands for Vikrum in Sanskrit which is for Victory. The Flame, on the top symbolizing the heat we use at the Thavma Yoga studio.
In Greek, Thavma means; “miracle”, and its exactly what I have experienced after doing 20 years of Hatha yoga. After walking out of a Thavma Yoga class, a true victory is accomplished and miracles begin to happen.
It is our intention to provide a space that nurtures and supports you on your journey of life changing experiences and good health.
Contact Us Today!
If you have any questions or would like to get more information about our studio, feel free to contact us. We look forward to having you here at Thavma Yoga.