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Infrared Heating Offers A Superior Yoga Experience.

Stand Out From Your Competition.

 

 

 

 

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Benefits of Using Infrared Heaters:

Save Money

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Increase Comfort

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Easy to Install

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Eco Friendly

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Infrared Heating Options For Yoga Studios:

 

Go-Anywhere
Heating Panel

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        • Our Most Popular Yoga Heater
        • Reaches a surface temperature of 250F in five minutes
        • Seamlessly mounts into suspended, t-bar ceilings
        • Can be suspended with wire or chain
        • Maintenance free
        • Made in U.S.A – 5-year warranty
        • *An estimated cost of $4-7/sq. ft. including controls/shipping

Cove
Heating Panel

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        • 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
        • *An estimated cost of $4-7/sq. ft. including controls/shipping

Infratech
Quartz Heater

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        • 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
        • *An estimated cost of $3-5/sq. ft. including controls/shipping

Ducoterra
Heating Panel

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      • 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
      • *An estimated cost of $5-9/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.

 

Yoga Studio Thermostats & Controls:

Our thermostats allow your studio to reach those 95°F-110°F temperatures that hot yoga studios demand.

 

Yoga Thermostat
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        • Programmable, allows you to heat the studio only when you need to
        • A favorite among yoga studio owners
        • 30-120F temp range
        • Works great with all our heaters

Yoga Relay
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        • Works with our Yoga Thermostat
        • You will need one relay for every 20 amp circuit you use for our heating products

Yoga Transformer
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        • Works with our yoga thermostat
        • You will need one transformer for every thermostat you use to control our heaters

 

 

Putting it all together:

The diagrams below give a good visual representation of how each of these heaters are used in a yoga studio.
We are happy to provide a similar diagram tailored to your space.

1: Our yoga thermostat allows you to obtain the high temperatures hot yoga studios desire. One thermostat controls all the heaters in the room.
2: We offer a variety of heaters that will fit your space and budget. Our heating panels mount directly to the ceiling while our quartz and cove heaters can mount to either the wall or the ceiling.
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Studio Owner Testimonials

“I think the students are enjoying the consistent heat, they’ve been sweating more during class which is always a plus for a heated yoga studio. They also look really clean and simple, it doesn’t change the feel of the studio.”

Robin French - Owner at Bare Feet Power Yoga   

So glad I went with the radiant heat, my previous location had forced air and we had to maintain the system constantly. The studio floors got really messy with all the humidity we needed to add to compensate for the dry heat being blown in the room. Students don't have to walk all over everyone else's sweat puddles after class. The even heat feels great, and doesn't "hit you in the face" when you walk in the studio. The room is silent as well, no noisy air ducts to compete with. My power bills were surpassingly not as high as I thought they would be either 🙂

Maddy Strauss