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Hot Yoga

Hot Yoga

Our Hot Yoga is practised in a room heated between 30 and 35 degrees to warm up your muscles and joints, encourage blood flow and increase flexibility. We sequence this practice slower than Foundation Flow, with held postures and an emphasis on alignment. The heat intensifies the practice, aiding detoxification and deep cleansing.

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Key benefits of Hot Yoga:

• You tend to burn more calories due to an increased heart rate and metabolism.
• The blood flow to your arms and legs is increased, delivering more oxygenated blood to the muscles.
• Muscle tone and flexibility are improved.
• Stress is relieved, and you feel better about yourself.
• Encourages drinking plenty of water, so the gastrointestinal, urinary, and cardiovascular systems will work far better, naturally detoxifying tissues and cells and clear the waste more readily from the body.

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Focus, strength and agility as you sweat!

What you will need:

• Bring two towels – one to place over your mat, one for your body sweat
• Hydrate in advance – you may also wish to add electrolyte supplement
• Dress light
• Stay warm afterwards with warm clothing
• Don’t drink too much water during class, and definitely not ice-cold

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Are you ready for a focused and alert practice that develops strong motivation?

This class encourages a steady mind and deep breathing.

By the end of this practice you will feel fresh, alive and super relaxed.

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Further Reading

This style of yoga has been around for a little while, made popular by Bikram. Originally a static form of practice in 38-40 degrees, Hot Flow has been adapted for students who enjoy more movement in class. As a result the room is not as warm to prevent over heating of the body.

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