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  • Most people will see measurable improvement in their blood pressure after 11 weeks of adherence to a daily one-hour Bikram program. – Mayo Clinic Originally appeared in The Nest. By Dan Howard Scientific research suggests that the exercise and mental benefits of regularly performing high-heat......

  • Hyperthermic conditioning optimizes blood flow to the heart, skeletal muscles, skin, and other tissues because it increases plasma volume. This leads to endurance enhancements in your next workout or race when your core body temperature is once again elevated.” – Rhonda Perciavalle Patrick, Ph.D If......

  • (Originally featured in ‘The Telegraph’ – 07 Jul ‘17) George Clooney, Jeniffer Aniston, plenty of celebrities use Hot Yoga to improve their life. Can hot yoga help professional athletes improve performance? Mayweather first used yoga as a part of his training regime back in 2012.......

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What is Hot Yoga really? Here is an in-depth look at what separates a ‘Hot’ Yoga class from a true Hot Yoga class and why a Hot Yoga Studio is unique....

6 Health Benefits Of Hot Yoga (So Get Ready To Sweat) (Originally published ‘She Knows’ 31 Jan 19) Hot Yoga, aka Bikram Yoga, has been a popular activity for the past few decades. While a bit slow to be adopted in the UK, it is......

(Originally published in ‘The Gaurdian’ 1 Apr 19) “When I could barely look in the mirror, hot yoga untangled my darkest thoughts – Laura Barton Hot Yoga, in particular ‘Bikram’ Hot Yoga can be controversial, repetitive and very sweaty, but a daily Bikram yoga class......

Hyperthermic conditioning optimizes blood flow to the heart, skeletal muscles, skin, and other tissues because it increases plasma volume. This leads to endurance enhancements in your next workout or race when your core body temperature is once again elevated.” – Rhonda Perciavalle Patrick, Ph.D If......

Most people will see measurable improvement in their blood pressure after 11 weeks of adherence to a daily one-hour Bikram program. – Mayo Clinic Originally appeared in The Nest. By Dan Howard Scientific research suggests that the exercise and mental benefits of regularly performing high-heat......