April 28 (Sunday) at 10:00 am
Typically, the hot yoga room is heated to between 90 and 95 degrees as you practice flowing from one pose to the next. The objective behind the heated room is to loosen up the muscles to fully practice the sequence of poses. In a typical vinyasa yoga, you use your breath and sun salutation to generate body heat, so by the time you go into deeper postures, the body is ready to move and adapt accordingly. The sequence for classes often depends on the type of hot yoga class, but as with any form of exercise, it's important to listen to your body, breathe, and to not overextend yourself, especially since there's heat involved.
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