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About Hot Yoga Sheffield

Sheffield’s first dedicated hot yoga studio.

Our studios are located in residential areas of Sheffield.

HYS Commonside is located between Walkley and Crookes en-route to the University and Sheffield City Centre, making it convenient to attend classes before and after work, or even as a mid-day break. There is ample free parking on nearby streets and the 95 bus stop is less than one minute from the studio door.

HYS Edgedale is located just off of Abbeydale Rd on the outskirts of Netheredge. Although there is free parking on the roads nearby, Edgedale Rd is quite full and you may need to walk a few minutes. The 97, 98 and 6 bus routes all stop less than 5 minutes from the studio.  


Opening Hours

We are open 30 minutes before each class starts, and close 30 minutes after each class ends (check the class schedule here). Doors are locked during class, so if you are late you won’t be able to get in.


Free parking on most nearby streets
Convenient public transport
Bike racks right out front
Shower & changing facilities
Fresh juices & vegan treats

Getting to HYS Commonside

Driving from the M1, exit at Junction 33: This is the dual carriage Parkway that leads to Sheffield City Centre (approx 5 miles). Stay to your right when the parkway ends at the first set of lights this becomes Derek Dooley Way and is part of the ring road north. Move to the left hand lane and continue to stay on this road (for 1.7 miles) following the signs for the A61. At the Shalesmoor Roundabout stay left following the sign for the station, universities and other hospitals. Move to the right hand lane and continue up the hill to the University Roundabout. Take the fourth exit towards Walkley.

Drive past the University of Sheffield and Weston Park. Continue through the lights after Beanies (Crookesmoore Road) and up the hill following the road as it turns right. Immediately on your left is the 95 bus stop and we are just after the Sandwich Stop. If you go through the pedestrian crossing, then you’ve gone too far, but no worries as you can turn down one of the side streets to find free parking and walk back.

The 95 bus from the City Centre heading towards Walkley: it takes about 15 minutes and and is the next stop after you pass the Cooperative on your right and PA Jewelery on your left. Stops right outside the front door!

The 95 bus from Walkley heading towards the City Centre: it takes about 5 minutes and is the next stop after you pass the Buddhist Centre on your right.

The 52 bus from Hillsborough Interchange: take the 52 bus to Heavygate Rd, which is about 5 minutes. Then you can either take the 95, or walk along South Rd for about 10 minutes.

The tram: Stop at University roundabout tramstop and head up the hill (Bolsover street, Crookes valley road, Barber Road) or at Langsett tramstop and walk up the hill (Burgoyne road, and then down Howard road towards Commonside). Both walks take about 10-15 minutes. 

Landmarks to look for:
 Look out for PA Jewelery, and the Co-op, the Rajpyt or the Springvale pub.We are in Commonside across the road from the Dram Shop and New Cod on the Block, and next to The Sandwich Stop. 

Getting to HYS Edgedale

Driving from the city centre:  

The 97 and 98  bus from the City Centre heading towards Dore/Totley: 
it takes about 15 minutes and and is the next stop after see the large JD Lowe paint sign. Cross the road at the pedestrian crossing and walk along Edgedale Rd. We are immediately after the church on the left hand side.

The 97 and 98  bus from Dore/Totley heading towards the City Centre: it takes about 5 minutes and is the next stop after the lights at Woodseats Rd.

The 6 bus: stops on Carter Knowle Rd, which runs parallel to Edgedale Rd.

Landmarks to look for: Look out for That There cafe, JD Lowe hardwear,  a grocery shop, an opticians and Abbeydale Pharmacy on Abbeydale Road. On Edgedale road, look for Cavendish motors, Foothills and Sheffield Sustainable Kitchens. 


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