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At bodē nyc we work hard to bring you new ways to access your practice every day.

Now introducing:
The Auto-Renewing Class Card

How it works

Purchase a 10 class card on an auto-renewing membership. The day after your final visit on your class card, your package will auto-renew for a new package.

Your Price

$210 ($21/class)


Cancellation must occur prior to the last visit. This membership renews on its own and you can cancel at any time. Cancellations must be done online at Class cards cannot be transferred or shared between clients. Classes expire 1 year after the date of purchase. All sales are final. 

June 1 – Reservation Cancellations

A reminder that our new cancellation window goes into effect today. Online cancellations will no longer be available less than 3 hours before a class begins. Please note that if  you are on an unlimited packages and do not cancel 3 hours in advance you will be charged a $10 fee. If you have a class class card package, not canceling before the 3 hour window will result in the loss of a class. We understand that sometimes you might be stuck at work or in transit and if so, please do your best contact us via email or phone before class.

June 10 – Family Fun Day at Just Salad

Our friends at Just Salad Upper East Side are hosting a Family Fun Day at 1471 3rd Ave (at 83rd Street – directly opposite the studio). In addition to raffles, free smoothies, Just Salad swag and more, kids under 10 eat free from Noon to 3pm. We’ve sponsored the event alongside SoulCycle and Athleta, so swing by for a chance to win some great prizes.

June 19 – Summer Schedule

As we do every year, we’re transitioning to a modified summer schedule beginning on Monday, June 19th. Please look for signs at the studios or check with a manager for more information. Please remember that your package may be used at any of our 4 Manhattan locations. We’re doing our best to accommodate everyone with the schedule, but if you have any questions or concerns please let us know. 

June 19 – Hot Vinyasa

We’re really excited to begin offering Hot Vinyasa classes starting June 19th! Hot Vinyasa is a vigorous class, combining upper body strength, flexibility and cardio and is designed for students of all levels seeking a challenge. Postures are linked together and move smoothly from one pose into the next. You will develop core strength, upper body strength, flexibility in the shoulders, legs and spine plus improved concentration in this class.

June 21 – Summer Solstice

Find your center at the Crossroads of the World! Each year, thousands of yogis from around the world travel to Times Square to celebrate the Summer Solstice with free yoga classes in the heart of New York City. On the northern hemisphere’s longest day of the year, become part of this global celebration with one of the classes taking place all day long. At a total capacity of 12,000, we have enough room in our 1:30pm class to make a world record!

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June 1 to June 30 – Summer Sale

Throughout the month of June we’re offering 2 Months of Unlimited classes on sale for $299. Valid through August 31st, this is the perfect package to help get ready for the summer and then stay in shape all summer long. The package is available online via our website (below), in the app or by asking at the front desk. Please note this package activates after first use (not the date of purchase) and is valid for a full 2 months after that.


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Co-Produced by Donna Rubin, An Improbable Dream is a documentary film that looks back at a select group of dancers from Canada’s National Ballet School in 1981. The film has recently won 3 awards at the New York Festivals Worlds Best TV & Films 2017 Awards, including:

  • Gold World Medal – Best Direction
  • Gold World Medal – Performing Arts Special
  • Silver World Medal – Best Original Music/Lyrics

The film also won a Bronze Medal at the 2017 Telly Awards.

Donna Rubin is a co-founder and instructor at Bikram Yoga NYC and has been teaching the Bikram method for 18 years. Prior to life in yoga she was professional dancer, performing with the National Ballet of Canada in the role of Meg Giry in the original Canadian company of Phantom of the Opera and later made her Broadway debut in Carousel at Lincoln Center.

Donna’s career started at Canada’s National Ballet School in 1979. 37 years later, renowned Director Lionel Chetwynd took to directing “An Improbable Dream” which looks back at these formative years in Donna’s life.

Film Synopsis

An Improbable Dream is a no-host documentary that examines the lives, from the ages of 10 to mid-50s, of several members of the National Ballet School of Canada’s Class of 1981. Painstakingly reconstructing fragments of archival film and personal records, An Improbable Dream offers a panoramic view of the discipline and dedication required from a very early age if one is to fulfill the dream of becoming a professional ballet dancer. The Class of 1981 included a broad cross-section of dancers, from those who would become world renowned, to those who would cut short their training. The documentary also examines the brevity of these athletes’ playing careers, offering a deeper understanding of the price exacted for the highest levels of success, be it as a dancer, hockey player, Olympic athlete – or any pursuit that requires the mythical “10,000 hours” of training.

Here at Bikram Yoga NYC we could not be more proud of Donna’s life accomplishments, including but not limited to these recent rewards. We caught up with Donna recently to ask about her schooling at the NBS and her involvement with this film. 

BYNYC: What made you decide to produce your own documentary 

DR: I found it strange that over the years when ever there was a school reunion practically none of my classmates wanted to go. I thought it would be interesting to have a heart to heart and see what everyone else’s experiences were. I was able to get a majority of my classmates to attend the 50th anniversary of the school in part because I told them I wanted to do a documentary. I was so happy to have my class mate Catherine agree to do the project with me and thankful that all of us were willing to share their stories. 

BYNYC: How long did it take to film? 

DR: We organized all the filming to be done over the course of the reunion weekend. We were scheduled to the t but it all worked out. Once we got to the point where CBC Canada bought it we actually did some additional filming to make the ending more current. 

BYNYC: Did making this film bring you and your classmates closer together? 

DR: The best part of making this film was being able to reconnect with all our classmates. We now live in many different cities but we are much more connected. The weekend was very healing for everyone. We got to speak about things that we were afraid to say when we were kids. We also found things out about each other that we never knew. It was as if no time had passed while sitting together and sharing our experiences.