Feelin’ hot, hot, hot yoga!
You probably know by now that yoga is good for you. You probably also know that there is a huge variety of yoga styles – Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Forrest, Yin, Restorative, Iyengar, Kundalini, Goat (yes we did just say Goat. Google it.) – we could go on. With most of these styles, you can further choose to practice in a heated room, anywhere between 28 and 40 degrees. Here at YG Studios we offer Hot 26, Hot Flow and Hot Hatha, because we know it’s good to sweat. Here’s why…
HOT YOGA or Bikram
How hot is too hot?
Now this is personal to each yogi, and for each yogi could even vary from day to day. What will always be true is the benefit of acclimatizing the body. Arrive 5 or 10 minutes before the class, enter the room, and allow your body and mind to settle into the heated environment.