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Bikram Yoga (The Original “Hot Yoga”) Spreading Like Wildfire as Premier Bikram Yoga Center Opens In Fairfax, Virginia

May 22, 2011

Siri Om Khalsa, owner of Bikram Yoga Fairfax, is highly respected, well-loved and recently opened her new studio. Khalsa’s highly anticipated grand opening of Bikram Yoga Fairfax is May 21, 2011 at 3:30p.m. starting with a posture demonstration, followed by a free class at 4:00p.m. (open to all on a first come first serve basis) and door prizes from Lululemon and massage gift certificates. Khalsa’s studio features a large 1500 square foot hot room with a state-of-the-art heating system, spacious shower rooms and a second smaller yoga room.

Fairfax, VA (PRWEB) May 20, 2011

Siri Om Khalsa, owner of Bikram Yoga Fairfax, recently opened her new studio. Khalsa’s highly anticipated grand opening of Bikram Yoga Fairfax is May 21, 2011 at 3:30p.m. starting with a posture demonstration, followed by a free class at 4:00p.m. (open to all on a first come first serve basis) and door prizes from Lululemon and massage gift certificates. Khalsa’s studio features a large 1500 square foot hot room with a state-of-the-art heating system, spacious shower rooms and a second smaller yoga room.

Bikram Yoga, the original hot yoga is a 26 posture sequence, practiced in a room heated up to a minimum of 105 degrees and 40% humidity was developed and copyrighted by celebrity yogi, Bikram Choudhury. Choudhury, Yogi to the Stars who is known for his flashy style, wearing Rolexes and driving Rolls Royces in Beverly Hills has over 5,000 Bikram Yoga studios and thousands of students all over the world.

Siri Om Khalsa, owner of Bikram Yoga Fairfax, is highly respected, well-loved and has a loyal following within the Bikram Yoga community. Khalsa studied with Choudhury extensively since 1995 in Los Angeles at the Yoga College of India and has been practicing yoga since she was two years old and is also an ambassador of Lululemon and was one of instructors of the Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C. in 2010. Khalsa was born into a family of yoginis and her teaching style is expressive of the depth of her knowledge and lifelong experience in the principles and practices of yoga. She practices daily and has taught consistently worldwide for the past ten years. She is also certified to teach the advanced series of Bikram Yoga.

Khalsa says, “My deepest wish is to serve people through teaching yoga; to help relieve others of some of their pain and suffering; to bring a healthy glow to their faces; to bring strength and flexibility to their bodies and minds; to help others connect to their joyful essence through the magical beauty of Bikram Yoga.”

Khalsa’s highly anticipated grand opening of Bikram Yoga Fairfax is May 21, 2011 at 3:30p.m. starting with a posture demonstration, followed by a free class at 4:00p.m. (open to all on a first come first serve basis) and door prizes from Lululemon and massage gift certificates. Khalsa’s studio features a large 3,500 square foot hot room with a state-of-the-art heating system, steam humidifier and CO2 monitor to ensure excellent oxygen throughout the room. UV lamps and an energy recovery ventilator to cleanse and purify the air. A smaller hot room is also used for private sessions and Thai Yoga massage. Khalsa’s Bikram Yoga Fairfax also features gorgeous Balinese and Indian décor, beautiful, bright and spacious changing rooms, showers and a boutique featuring yoga clothing, mats, towels and refreshingly cold drinks.

Bikram Yoga Fairfax is located at 3950 University Blvd., Fairfax, VA 22030 and their telephone number is (703) 409-9446. They currently offer daily classes Monday-Friday at 8 & 10am and 6:15 & 8:15pm and Saturday and Sunday at 8 & 10am and 4 and 6pm. An introductory weekly package is available for just $25. Multiple class packages start at $150 per month, unlimited monthly and yearly packages start at $125 per month, and private sessions are also available. Towels and mats are also available for rental for a nominal fee.

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