F.A.Q.S

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What do I need to bring to class?
Please arrive 10-15 minutes before class to have enough time to register, meet your teacher, get a quick tour of the studio and settle yourself in.
Make sure to wear light dry-fit clothing, no cotton or thick materials as you will be sweating quite a bit and it might make you uncomfortable. Don’t worry about shoes, we practice barefoot so just come in sandals or easy to slip off shoes.
Bring a yoga mat (1/8 or 1/4 inches), a large towel to cover your mat and some water. All these items are available for rent or purchase as well.
Plan ahead and make sure you are well hydrated! Drink at least 3 liters of water on the day you plan on coming to class, and avoid playing catch up right before the class starts because the water will sit in your belly!
Above all, come to just have fun. Bring no expectations, fears or doubts. Know that every Yogi was once a beginner too!  All you have to do is breathe, everything else is optional.
What should I eat before and after my first class?

Everyone is a little different, just make sure to not eat too heavy before class, no food at least 2 hours before and replenish with lots of fruits and greens after class.

How often should I practice?

We recommend for beginners to come at least 3-4 times a week during their first month. This will help your body acclimate to the temperature as well as all postures practiced during class. After your first month is up, 2-3 times a week is ideal – though the more yoga, the better 😉

What are the benefits of Hot Yoga?
The benefits of practicing hot yoga are endless but here are some main ones:
Increased flexibility.
Improved muscle strength and endurance.
Improved vitality and over all energy.
Balanced metabolism.
Improved functioning of the skeletal, muscular, circulatory, digestive, respiratory, endocrine, and nervous systems of the body.
Circulatory health, better blood flow throughout the body’s muscles and joints.
Increased balance, coordination and focus.
Overall better you!
Why the heat?
In a controlled heated environment, muscles, fascia and connective tissue become more limber and elastic allowing for greater flexibility with less change of injury.
The heat will promote sweating which helps detoxify the body, flushing toxins, excess and junk.
Your blood will thin, which in return will flush your circulatory system and improve blood flow quality throughout the whole body.
The heat will elevate your heart rate, taking it up and down in a systematical way throughout the class, improving the cardiovascular system and promoting regulation of the metabolism.
The heated room will be a challenging environment in which you will build your strength, self-control, patience, will-power, determination and most importantly self-love. Qualities which will not only be put to practice on your mat but also outside in your day to day life.
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