Modo Yoga Aurora is a community of inspired students, joined together by our love of yoga, our commitment to protecting the earth, and our drive to bring more peace into the world. We are a place for all. Whether you are an absolute beginner or a more experienced student, we offer accessible classes that are challenging, healthy and fun! When you join our sweaty family, you join a dedicated, conscious community of over 70 studios worldwide. See you soon in the hot room!
Studio Owner, Director & Modo Yoga, Modo Flow, Modo Level 2, Modo Calm, Vinyasa Flow & Restorative Yoga Instructor
Being a member at our studio definitely has its perks! Sign up for a Modo Membership today and receive the following benefits:
- Unlimited Yoga access at BOTH Modo Yoga Aurora & Modo Yoga Newmarket(excluding Specialty classes, Workshops, and Events).
- Bring a Friend FREE on First Visit(New students only)
- Free Access to Modo Yoga Online
- 10% off most workshops.
- Traveler's Pass (Conditions Apply=> please email studio for more details)
What is Modo Yoga community all about?
Modo Yoga is a community of independent hot yoga studios, guided by our 6 Pillars, united by our love for yoga, and dedicated to creating a more sustainable world. With over 70 locations across North America, Europe and Australia – every studio is a place for all. We welcome all bodies and all abilities, whether you are a beginner or an experienced student.
What is Modo Yoga?
All Modo Yoga classes are built on the foundation of our Modo series – a dynamic system of postures and breathing exercises specifically designed to be practiced in the heat. Modo classes are accessible to all, from beginners to advanced students. A typical Modo class will have around 40 postures. Each class is intended to open, strengthen and relax the entire body.
How hot is Modo Yoga?
Classes are heated to around 40 degrees Celsius with about 40% humidity. External weather conditions and the number of students in the class can have an effect on the temperature inside the room. If you’ve never practiced hot yoga before it might feel quite hot during your first class, but over time, your body will acclimatize to the heat. Students are encouraged move through each class at their own pace, taking rest and water when needed.
Is Modo yoga a cardio workout?
Yup, it sure is!
I'm the least flexible person in the entire world...
We've definitely heard that before! Being the least flexible person in the entire world is the best reason to try a Modo Yoga class! But really, don’t worry if you can't touch your toes or balance on one foot – flexibility will come with time. You don’t have to be flexible to try your first class.
What should I wear?
Wear something that you feel comfortable in that is easy to move around in. You will probably sweat a lot, so lightweight, breathable materials that will absorb sweat and dry quickly are best. Shorts or leggings, a tee-shirt or a tank top are all great options.
What should I bring?
You'll need a yoga mat and water for class. You might also want a mat towel, depending on how much you sweat. We have filtered water available at the studio so BYOB – bring your own bottle! Yoga mats, mat towels, shower towels and water bottles are also available to rent or buy if you don't have your own. We also recommend bringing a change of clothes for after class – did we mention you'll sweat a lot?!
How long are Modo Yoga classes?
Modo Yoga classes are 45, 60, 75 or 90 minutes long. We have a variety of classes at various lengths, so please check the schedule to see what works for you!
I'm running late for class...
Stuff happens – we totally get it! But unfortunately, we can't let latecomers in once class has started. Every class starts and ends on time to help provide a peaceful experience for all.
What are some of the benefits of yoga?
Yoga builds strength and flexibility. It also makes us more aware of our breath, which ultimately helps to relax and calm the body and mind. People who practice regularly often notice that they are happier, have better focus, and are more able to handle the stresses of everyday life.