Hot yoga is a term that describes a number of different styles of yoga with one common element – they are all practiced in heated rooms with the temperature usually between 95 and 105 degrees Fahrenheit. Classes are also often held in a room with an elevated humidity level.
The purpose of hot yoga is to encourage sweating, which is believed to detoxify the body, as well as improve flexibility, boost stamina, improve overall fitness, burn calories, relieve stress and increase circulation.
26/2 can be a 90 min or 60 min class better known as the Bikram style Yoga. The room will be heated at 105 degrees with a 40% humidity.
This slow, gentle form of yoga is the perfect complement to a hectic, fast-paced life or intense workouts. Yin yoga uses gentle, relaxing postures to alleviate tension, enhance breath awareness, and develop mindfulness.
Yin yoga may also help to:
stretch connective tissue
enhance mental focus
develop breath awareness
95-100 degrees Vinyasa Flow class in a heated room. The focus in this class is on flowing from pose to pose and linking your movement with your breath. In most Vinyasa classes you will start with a centering and warm up and flow through various sequencing.