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Hot Yoga Revolution moves to Downtown Cranford


Cranford, NJ - Garwood’s sought after yoga studio, Hot Yoga Revolution will move and open its doors to Cranford this Sunday, May 1, beginning at 7:45am at 200 South Avenue East, 2nd Floor, directly across from Cranford Train Station. The new location will stand alongside some of Cranford’s best new hotspots such as, River & Rail Cantena, Pastosa and Starbucks. The grand opening party will offer free yoga classes throughout the day, complimentary snacks, and a community celebration.

After being open for 5 years, owner Danielle Mojo uprooted and expanded her business to the town where she lives and loves, Cranford.  With many dedicated students just one mile away, Hot Yoga Revolution will continue to be the community’s home away from home. The same urban character and small business style have been preserved, just with many fresh additions.

The new 1800 sq ft location will now provide showers, two practice rooms, brand new bathrooms, and expanded boutique, without raising prices. The main studio space will hold 45-50 people as compared to its 28 person cap in its previous location. “ I didn’t want to lose the personal, homey culture of our studio, but we needed more space and some major renovations. Even as a practitioner myself, I was ready for something new and inspiring,” says Mojo. This upgraded location is bright and airy with multiple sunlit windows, colorful accents and gorgeous hand painted murals. “Our whole staff is really pumped for the move.”

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Hot Yoga Revolution has a laid back, hard working vibe with elements of traditional yoga philosophy. The studio’s innovative instructors offer powerful hot yoga sequences with the essence of traditional yoga practices. The classes offered at Hot Yoga Revolution are in a heated room of about 95 degrees at 40 percent humidity. Sweat, build cardio vascular endurance, lose weight and develop core strength while quieting down from the stress of the day.


Hot Yoga Revolution offers classes 7 days a week from about 5:45am to 7:45pm with hot vinyasa yoga, boot camp, and beginner classes for those new to the practice. Additionally, softer style yoga classes, meditation, more bootcamps and kids programs will be something to look forward to on the expanded schedule.  Never been to HYR? Take advantage of the new student special of $50 for 30 days unlimited. Keeping prices competitive but accessible, a single class is $18 and $15 for students. The 10 Class Card is $150, 20 Class Card is $260 and 1 month unlimited is $150. Additional pricing and directions available at


For more information, contact the studio at 908-232-0142


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