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The Hot Room Etiquette & Special Instructions

Towels are Mandatory

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Drink Plenty of Water

Hydrating your body before your hot yoga class will help you avoid feeling lightheaded during the workout. However, don't just chug a gallon of water minutes before your class. Keep drinking throughout the hours before your class starts, and try to avoid drinks that can dehydrate your body, including coffee and soda. Bring a water bottle to drink from during the class.

Avoid Perfumes and Lotions

Smelling overly fragrant lotions and perfumes during your class can make your nose feel uncomfortable and break your concentration. Take a quick shower before you head to class to remove these products from your skin, or skip them altogether on the day of your class. Your fellow class members will thank you for it!

Mind personal hygiene

Remember yoga class is often a very intimate setting. Please mind your personal hygiene.

5 Health Benefits of Infrared Heat for Yoga

When you step into an infrared heated studio, you will immediately notice that the heaters emit a therapeutic heat. It directly permeates the body, alleviating aches, increasing circulation, and offers a whole range of health benefits. Infrared is also one of the most eco-friendly and economical heating systems available.

We invite you to experience the many health benefits that infrared heat has to offer.

1- Increased Flexibility - Because Infrared heat is directly warming the muscles, it opens them up allowing for a greater range of motion. A study at Auburn University compared athletes stretch- ing in a training room to how far they were able to stretch in an infrared sauna. Researchers concluded participants were able to stretch as much as three times their normal amount in the infrared environment. This will allow yoga students to open up, melt deep into the poses and gain confi- dence in their practice.

2 - Increased Circulation - Infrared heat has been shown to stimulate blood flow by opening up the body’s capillaries. This has an incredible affect on the body and offers a variety of benefits. It can help lower blood pressure, oxygenate the organs and rid the body of toxins.

3- Detoxification - Simply put, infrared heat will make you sweat, which is a good thing because it is your body’s natural way of flushing toxins. As your body absorbs infrared heat, water molecules begin to vibrate, which cases them to wring out impurities from the cells and expel them into the blood. These impurities will then be released from your body as you sweat, creating a deep, detoxifying cleanse on the cellular level.

4 - Weight Loss - The human body has an impressive temperature regulation system. It wants to stay at a consistent temperature and it's willing to work very hard to ensure that happens. As the body heats up, its natural cooling systems kick in, which take energy and burn calories. Infrared heat also increases metabolism between the blood and tissue, which also burns calories.

5 - Pain Relief - Infrared heat directly penetrates tissue, muscles and joints, allowing them to heal and regenerate. This is ac- complished through a combination of the aforementioned increased circulation, oxygenation and detoxification. Infrared radiation incredibly useful for pain relief for both minor injuries and chronic ailments. It’s no surprise then that infrared heat is often the preferred method of many physical therapists, saunas and yoga studios around the world.