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Hot Yoga

Yoga done in a hot room, breath links all the movements together.  The heat helps blood flow faster and enables us to get deeper into our stretches.  This Hot Yoga is practiced in a room heated to 90 degrees.

 

Hot Yoga F.A.Q.

Hot Yoga Reno: What is it?

Hot yoga is based on the belief that performing yoga in a heated room — up to 95 degrees Fahrenheit — can increase flexibility, strength, lung capacity and blood circulation. Heated yoga can also help the body flush out toxins, increase heart rate for a better cardio workout and keep muscles in an optimal state for yoga.

Hot Yoga Reno:

Why practice in the heat?
Hot yoga is based on the belief that performing yoga in a heated room — up to 95 degrees Fahrenheit — can increase flexibility, strength, lung capacity and blood circulation. Heated yoga can also help the body flush out toxins, increase heart rate for a better cardio workout and keep muscles in an optimal state for yoga.

 

Hot Yoga: Who Can Perform Hot Yoga?

Unless a class is designated for advanced students, all yoga practitioners are welcome at our hot yoga class. The increased range of motion you can achieve in a hot, humid environment is generally a plus for your yoga practice because you can achieve positions you might not ordinarily be able to complete.

You then reap the benefits that the more challenging yoga positions provide. If you’re new to hot or hot yoga fusion, you may wish to begin with a less-challenging routine, to test yourself, or start with a yoga class in which the temperature remains below 95 F.

Hot Yoga: How Often Should I Take Hot Yoga?

Once you have developed your yoga practice, adding various other styles of yoga will sustain, not only your interest, but create balance for your mind and body. There is certainly a well-reasoned approach to repeating a yoga pose over and over, helping to go deeper as you get stronger…until such point you begin to fall out of poses, which means you are practicing your yoga on the edge.  Continued work will build the strength, balance, and confidence to keep moving further into the range of possibilities within each asana.

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