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Are you looking to burn calories, build bone density, boost your cardiovascular fitness, and improve your flexibility?? If so, then Bikram Yoga is what you need...
Yoga origin can be traced back to more than 5,000 years ago, but some researchers believe that yoga may be up to 10,000 years old. The word 'Yoga' first appeared in the oldest sacred texts, the Rig Veda, and is derived from the Sanskrit root "Yuj" which means to unite.
According to the Yoga Scriptures, the practice of yoga leads an individual to a union of consciousness with that of universal consciousness. It eventually leads to a great harmony between the human mind and body, man, and nature.
Yoga provides multiple health advantages, such as enhancing endurance, reducing depression, and improving overall wellness and fitness.
There are 10 primary types of Yoga. So if you're trying to figure out which of the different types of Yoga is best for you, remember that there's no one right or wrong. You can ask yourself what's important to you in your Yoga practice: Are you searching for a sweaty, intense practice, or are you searching for a more meditative, gentler practice that looks more appealing? Like you choose any sort of exercise, choose something you want to do.
I'm making a complete series on all 10 types of yoga. This is Hot/Bikram Yoga; others will also be available soon!
Hot yoga is a form of Yoga performed under hot and humid conditions, resulting in considerable sweating. Some Hot Yoga practices try to replicate the heat and humidity of India, where Yoga originated.
Research on one form of Hot yoga, Bikram yoga, suggests improving balance, lower body strength and range of motion for both the upper and lower body, and may even help improve arterial stiffness and metabolic measures such as glucose tolerance and cholesterol levels, as well as bone density and perceived stress.
If you've never performed Hot Yoga before, it's just a series of specific Yoga poses in a space heated to around 100 degrees... The motions are often slower than Power Yoga, so you keep the poses longer. You're going to be VERY sweaty—the goal is to help your body flush out toxins in the form of sweat.
Hot Yoga is good for the skin. Sweating during class naturally exfoliates all those dead skill cells, and they rub right off, leaving you feeling lighter and brighter—not to mention smoother.
So, are you struggling with your Bikram or Hot Yoga practice? Find out how to sustain and even boost your yoga benefits at home!
In this guide, you'll discover:
✔️Science Behind Hot/Bikram Yoga
✔️Who Can Perform It
✔️Things You Need to Know Before Starting (What to wear, essentials, and the appropriate atmosphere)
✔️All the 26+2 Bikram Poses
✔️Best Practices to Avoid Injury
✔️Beginner's Common Mistakes and How to Fix Them
✔️Common Myths and FAQs
This guide can be used by beginners, advanced students, teachers, trainees, and teacher training programs. Covering the fundamentals of each pose in exact detail, including how to correct the most common mistakes, as well as changes to almost all body types, this Hot Yoga guide has left nothing to help you make daily breakthroughs.
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