First time at BYH

If it's going to be your first time at our studio, please fill out our quick on-line registration form. This series of yoga is great for all levels: Bikram beginners, more advanced students, athletes or those new to any physical activity. Slowly, and steadily, bit-by-bit changes will occur and total health will be restored.

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Special Intro Offer two weeks unlimited for only $25

If you have never been to BYH, try it at this unbelievable rate! Residents and students in the Baltimore area can practice 14 consecutive days of UNLIMITED yoga for $25!

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Our Class Schedule

All Classes on our schedule are Beginners classes. The Bikram Yoga series works the body systematically and completely to heal or maintain good health. Each posture prepares the body for the next, sequentially caring for every bodily system, from inside out—bones to skin.

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Thur. August 13, 7-8:30 pm

Every Third Monday of the Month
July 20th


Kids 2-5   Classes Mon 9:30am
5 week session June 1 - June 29
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Kids 4-12 Classes Sun 9am
Starting May 31!


Our Blog

The Moment of “Just Tea”

Did you know that we get to choose what gets our attention? As I absorb this and begin to apply this I realize how powerful it is.

I am taking Gina Sager's 8-week Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction workshop and this was one of the first things she brought to our attention.  Reminding myself of this everyday, I am happy to have this opportunity to practice and make space for greater calm and clarity.

Choosing what to focus on  brought me back to a conversation I had with our dear teacher Karmeshia, a long time ago.She was up very early, getting ready to teach one of her first 6 a.m. classes. I know that I barely slept the night before my first classes and yet she knew exactly how to stay centered. Rather than studying she sat quietly and sipped her tea.

Karmeshia writes of that same memory:

"Yes, deciding that it was more important to have a minute for myself, to let the tea bring me to a point of calm and stillness so I can just be... When I first started teaching I was nervous about getting the dialogue right, about if I would serve the students well, if I would teach per the standards of the studio, and did I pull each piece of the dialogue together in the right whole in order to represent the yoga? The moment of "just tea" allowed me to let go and be present with the work that was already done and know there was work more to do later and leave it for later. In my practice of "just tea" I found myself as a teacher. I found how to be Karmeshia who encourages students through their own journey. Now I feel confident but then I felt anxious. "Just tea" helped me find my confidence by practicing quietness. It's one of my coping skills. I have to practice what I preach as a mental health therapist. And now I continue to discover how I can give myself to others in service as a therapist and yoga teacher."

How do you start your morning? Is the TV on? Are you looking at a phone or laptop?

When you have your morning cup of tea, or hot water and lemon, or whatever the morning ritual is, remember you chose what gets your attention. Choose to be with yourself. Take time for "just tea." Giving yourself that gift at daybreak will allow you to find peaceful ways of moving into your full potential.

Yours in peace,



"I am motivated by the fact that this is a forever practice.  It seems daunting, the term forever, but it is the truth.  I know that a year from now I will be in a totally different place than I am today, and that is super motivating and exciting for me!  And I am motivated by the team at BYH.  They are truly caring, knowledgeable, and supportive instructors.  Their positive energy is palpable and it is evident how much they care about their students."

"I attended one class a few years ago, but was not hooked. I came back in 2013, and my first class at that time was an eye opener. It was incredibly difficult but the instructor was motivating as was the overall experience this time around. I liked it, and I wanted to come back."