Self-focusing of an intense circularly-polarized laser beam in a hot electron-positron-ion magneto-plasma is studied. Using a relativistic fluid model, nonlinear equation describing laser-plasma interaction in the quasi-neutral approximation is derived. Expanding nonlinear current density in terms of normalized vector potential and saving only the parabolic terms, we investigated the self-focusing phenomenon for right- and left-hand circularly polarized laser beams. The evolution of laser beam spot size with Gaussian profile is considered. Effects of the external magnetic field, fraction of electron-positron pairs, and also the kind of polarization on the self-focusing property are studied. It is shown that a mixture of electron-positron pairs to the ion-electron plasma modifies the behavior of plasma with respect to the external magnetic field.