July 23, 2019 05:12
110 degrees, NOT the standard 105. Been here several times, each time it's at least 110 at the START (meaning 1-4 degrees higher mid class). Some instructors were good with directions and talking and turning on fans to keep it at 110, some talk so fast it's like an auction and didn't bother with the fan, none were very helpful to beginners or new faces in class. Students were welcoming and inclusive, though, and it was nice to see all body types. **Considering human core temp data for safety has mostly been done at 105 degrees, and that even shows an increase of core temps during an hour to 101.5 and up to 104 or more, I don't think 110 is a responsible level. Going elsewhere.