Vikki Everett

Vikki has been practicing yoga sporadically since 2008. She was introduced to hot yoga through a friend of a friend in 2014 and was immediately hooked. After going through a less than graceful pregnancy, she quickly realized it was time to get back on the mat. When the opportunity to participate in SWEAT Yoga School presented itself, Vikki dove in head first and hasn’t looked back. She initially pursued yoga school to deepen her personal understanding and advance her practice. Through the course of her training she quickly began to uncover a passion for teaching. She is thrilled to share this passion and join the SWEAT family!


Vikki Everett instructs the following:
  • Flow 60
  • In a flow class, postures are strung together in multiple series. As the name suggests, a practitioner can expect to “flow” from one posture to the next in this style of class, synchronizing the breath with the movement. The pace of this class is generally quicker than a static sequence, leaving less time for focus on form and alignment, but providing a vigorous cardiovascular workout. Expect up-tempo music and a more playful atmosphere. Generally, this wouldn’t be the best choice for your first yoga class, but new practitioners are always welcome. This is a great complement to a static practice because it offers variety in addition to greater focus on upper-body and core work. In the 60-minute version, expect to be on your feet almost the entire time. The 90-minute version will include a floor series. Environment – 98.6 degrees/70% humidity

  • Static 60
  • In a static class, you will experience a series of postures performed individually with a short pause in between each pose. This class can be a vigorous and well-rounded workout, but is also very appropriate for beginners. It will provide both the new and advanced practitioners with a solid foundation that is useful in other classes offered at SWEAT. Expect a lot of feedback on proper form and alignment. Approximately 2/3 of each class will consist of standing poses, with the remaining 1/3 of class being spent on the floor. Environment – 98.6 degrees/70% humidity