CorePower Yoga - Yoga Sculpt

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CorePower Yoga’s Yoga Sculpt class is 60 min sculpting sweat fest that combines yoga and strength-training with a sprinkle of cardio in a 90-97 degree room. This class works the entire body leaving you refreshed, centered, and drenched in sweat.


Book Me

  • Classpass:❌


  • Fitness clothes + barefeet.

  • 60 mins.

  • Mats are required. Bring your own or rent one for $2. Towels are also available for rent for $2.

  • Expect to sweat - the room is heated to 90-97 degrees.

  • The class begins w/ a “yoga-ish” warm-up and quickly transitions to a weighted workout incorporating yoga moves with traditional strength exercises (like push ups, bicep curls, glute exercises). Yoga Sculpt concludes w/ a much-appreciated Shavasana.

  • Expect short bursts of cardio exercises midway through class.

  • Heavier on sculpting vs. the yoga.


 Hard AF?!

  • Challenging - especially due to the heat (it takes a couple of sessions to get used to).

  • The class doesn’t have a ton of cardio, but your heart rate will still elevate bc of the heat.

  • The yoga moves aren’t complex.

Sweat Level: 💧💧💧💧💧



  • First Timers: A week free of unlimited classes (take advantage of this!). Mat and towel rentals are free during this week as well.

  • Returner: $32 per class.

  • Packages and memberships are available to reduce the per class price.


  • The studios are “earthy” and simple. A bit generic.

  • The teachers are knowledgeable and the class flow is, for the most part, standard from teacher to teacher.

  • For the specific class I took, the instructor didn’t wear a mic and was hard to hear over the music.


Classified Information

  • Lots of locations.

  • Def has regulars.

  • Similar to FitHouse’s Hot Yoga Sculpt.

  • Lockers w/ automatic locks and showers, but need to rent shower towels (hate this btw).

  • Not available on ClassPass in NYC, but is available in other cities.

  • If you need a plastic baggie to hold your sweaty clothes after you shower, ask the front desk- they carry them in a drawer.

Book Again?

Yes, it’s an intense hot yoga sculpt class.


CorePower Yoga's Class Offerings

  • CorePower Yoga 1 - Unheated (but around 85 degrees), beginner friendly.
  • CorePower Yoga 2 - 95-98 degrees, yoga experience is a plus.
  • CorePower Yoga Sculpt - 93-97 degrees; yoga experience is a plus.
  • Hot Power Fusion - 98-100 degrees, mostly yoga.
  • Special Classes - unique to the city/location. Check the schedule for these classes.