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Infrared Heating Offers A Superior Yoga Experience.

Your room, your time and your temperature. Starting at $295.










Infrared Heaters for Sun-like Warmth:


Heating Panel

Starting at $360


  • Great for studios with high, vaulted ceilings
  • Mounts directly to wall or ceiling
  • Reaches a surface temperature of 340F in five minutes
  • Maintenance free
  • Made in U.S.A – 10-year warranty
  • *Estimated cost start at $11/sq. ft. including controls/shipping

Insta-Heat with Bluetooth

Starting at $295Crown Verity Insta-Heat with Bluetooth

  • Bluetooth Smart Technology allows control from personal devices such as a phone, with free app download
  • Convenient with portable stand and wall-mounting bracket options
  • Halogen lamp lasts for up to 7,000 hours
  • Read out of the box plug-in heater


Quartz Heater

Starting at $399


  • Great for studios with high, vaulted ceilings
  • Mounts directly to wall or ceiling
  • Reaches a surface temperature of 800F in five minutes
  • Excellent value for studios on tight budgets
  • Made in U.S.A – 2-year warranty
  • *Estimated cost starts at $7/sq. ft. including controls/shipping

Heating Panel

Starting at $220Sola_Yoga

  • The world’s thinnest heating panel
  • Mounts flat against ceiling or can be suspended
  • Great for studios with drywall or wood ceilings
  • Reaches a surface temperature of 185F + in five minutes
  • Made in U.S.A – 20-year warranty
  • *Estimated cost starts at $10/sq. ft. including controls/shipping





The best heater for your studio will ultimately depend on your space and budget.

*This cost does not include installation, which is done by others.

Benefits of Using Infrared Heaters:

What Yoga Studio Owners Had To Say

“Our studio just opened last June in Texas. It has been hot enough all summer that we really did not have to use the heat – just kept it cooled down to 90 or 95. When the weather finally started cooling off, it was delicious to finally turn on our panels and feel the radiant heat warming us up like a warm bath! I had the experience of being in a class just after I got our panels working, I attended a class with central heat. Warm air blowing on us as we practiced. The experience was completely different! I even felt tired and even nauseated by the sensation…I could not wait to get back to our gently warming, silent, radiant heat!”

Stacy Shepherd - The Yoga Factory   

“We recently purchased the infrared panels for our yoga center. With these in our space, it is like practicing in the womb. As they heat the body from the inside and are quiet and soothing unlike the forced air system we have tried” Our students have wanted us to heat every class as they love practicing in the space so much more, and our heated classes are always full. which we love!” Dani Vani McGuire

Dani Vani McGuire - Owner at Prana Yoga School of Yoga and Health   

Buy Now in 3 Steps:

These steps below will help you select plug-in heaters right now.

But if you fill out this form, we’ll do the math for you and send a free estimate.


Step 1: Select your room

    • Comfort – If possible, practice in a room that is well-insulated on all sides, has no drafts, an 8′-10′ ceiling and few windows. You will have a much easier time heating this than if you have a drafty room with lots of leaky windows and poor insulation.
    • Space –  Select a room with ample space for you and your yoga mat so you can comfortably get into poses, especially if you are planning on having more than one person. That being said, the smaller your room is, the easier it will be to get up to temperature.
    • Flooring – Professional yoga instructors suggest using a room with hardwood, laminate, or matting (i.e. Zebra Mats) for your floor material. Hardwood flexes and has more give than concrete, (which is cool and hard), making it easier on the knees and more comfortable for yoga. Thin carpet works well but professionals warn that thicker carpet can be unstable and make it difficult for one to keep balanced.
    • Lighting – Once you have dialed in the comfort, space, and flooring, the correct lighting (low, mid, and upper level) can help you create the ambiance that compliments your room and is conducive to a relaxed, yet enjoyable atmosphere.

Step 2: Select your heater

  • The number of heaters you need is determined by the size of your room and how well insulated the room is.
  • Generally speaking, if you’re looking to attain temperatures of 100 degrees Fahrenheit or more you will want a minimum of 15 watts and up to 30 watts of energy for every square foot of space. For example if you have a 10′ x 10′ room, you  have 100 square feet and will need a minimum of 1,500 total watts and up to 3,000 watts worth of heaters to heat the space.
  • The more heat you add, the quicker your space will get up to temperature.
  • For spaces larger than 200 square feet we recommend hardwired heaters. To learn more visit our commercial yoga studio page.

Coverage area

Plug-In Heaters

Insta-Heat Portable Plug-In 

Crown Verity Outdoor Deck Patio Yoga Heater

This heater is an excellent choice for a personal hot yoga studio due to its versatility and ease of use. It comes with a stand and can easily be moved from room to room or even outside to your deck or patio. NOTE: This heater does produce a bright glow. Its halogen element is rated for 7,000 hours of use.

Price Range: $295 (w/ remote)-$395 (w/ remote and stand) (USD) (Note: All orders include the remote control)
Watts: 1,500

Voltage: 120v
Mounting options: This heater can be mounted on a stand, allowing for the user to easily move it from room to room. It can also be mounted on a wall or ceiling.
Color Options: Aluminum 

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Infratech Plug-In 

Infratech heaters feature a quartz element, which heats up rapidly and provides wonderful warmth. It’s designed to mount to a wall or ceiling and takes up no useable space. NOTE: This heater does not produce a noticeable glow, the element is rated for 5,000 hours of use.
Price Range: $399 (USD)
Watts: 1,500

Voltage: 120  (NOTE: You will also need to provide a three-prong cord for this heater, which is available at your local hardware store.)
Mounting options: This heater can be mounted against any wall or ceiling. It can also be flush-mounted with a kit (sold separately)
Color Options: Stainless Steel

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Cove Plug-In  

Yoga Studio Cove Heater

Our cove heaters can be mounted to a wall, making them an ideal solution for rooms with high ceilings.
Price Range: $335-$635 (USD)
Watts: 585, 825, 1,000, 1500

Voltage: 120 (NOTE: You will also need to provide a three-prong cord for this heater, which is available at your local hardware stores.)
Mounting options: Can be mounted to the wall at or above a height of 6 feet. It can also be mounted to the ceiling.
Color Options: White & Beige

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Prestyl Plug-In 

Prestyl Plug In Heating Panel Yoga

These panels can mount to a wall or ceiling via included brackets. They have a slim profile and don’t take up useable space.
Price Range: $323-$595 (USD)

Watts: 400, 750, 1,100

Voltage: 120  (NOTE: Only the 120v models will plug in to the wall.)
Mounting options: Can be mounted to the wall or ceiling.
Color Options: White & Black (Stock & Custom Art Also Available)

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Step 3: Select your control

Programmable Plug-In Thermostat

Heating Green Portable-Plug-In Thermostat

Our programmable plug-in thermostat is a flexible option for our plug-in heaters because it does not require permanent installation. Just plug and play!
Price: $60
Temperature Range: 45 – 90 Degrees Fahrenheit (7.2 – 32.2 degrees Celsius)
Mounting options: Plugs directly into a wall outlet
Color Options: White
Voltage: 120v plug-in only

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Wall Mounted Plug-In Thermostat


This weatherproof line voltage thermostat is a great choice for hot yoga studios because it lets you obtain temperatures up to 100° F (43.3° C). It features plug-and-play operation and will work with any of our 120v plug-in heaters. It can be mounted at any height or location in a room, provided the cord reaches an outlet.
Price: $69.99-$84.99
Temperature Range: 30 – 110 Degrees Fahrenheit (-1.1 – 43.3 degrees Celsius)
Mounting options: Plugs directly into a wall outlet, mounts on wall.
Color Options: Gray
Voltage: 120v plug-in only

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