Benefits of Healing Infrared
Hot Yoga with Infrared Heat! Have you found that the forced heat in a hot yoga room just isn’t for you? Hot Yoga with infrared heating may be just what you are looking for!
Infrared Heat is a PASSIVE heat, rather than heating the air like a furnace. Radiant heat, heats objects in its path which re-radiate the heat to other objects, which then re-radiate heat to the air.
This is how the sun heats the earth.
Hot Yoga with Infrared Heat has become a popular exercise in recent years. It offers many of the same benefits as traditional yoga, such as stress reduction, improved strength, and flexibility. But, with the heat turned up, hot yoga has the ability to give your heart, lungs, and muscles an even greater, more intense workout.
Hot yoga, really just means that the room is heated above normal room temperature. The heat can be set to whatever the yoga instructor wants, though it’s typically between 27 and 38°C.
Hot yoga sessions can include any variety of poses, and the time of each class will vary from studio to studio.
Benefits of hot yoga
A heated environment can make the practice of yoga more challenging, but some of the benefits may be worth it, especially if you’re looking to make progress in one of the areas outlined below.
- Improves flexibility.
- Burns more calories.
- Builds bone density.
- Reduces stress.
- Eases depression.
- Provides a cardiovascular boost.
- Reduces blood glucose levels.
- Nourishes the skin.
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