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Bikram Yoga Shelton Connecticut

Bikram Yoga in Shelton, Connecticut offers the popular 26 Posture Bikram Yoga Series at 103 Degrees of heat in a beautiful and modern spacious studio.  Bikram Yoga Shelton uses only Bikram-Certified teachers to ensure the highest quality instruction available.    In addition to the well-known Bikram hot yoga series, you can also find vinyassa hot flow yoga which is included in your yoga studio membership. Modern yoga...

26 Bikram Poses – A list of all 26 Bikram Yo...

Bikram Yoga 26 poses / postures Bikram Yoga’s 26 pose exercises are a special sequence of 26 postures that bring fresh, oxygenated blood to one hundred percent of your body.  Bikram is the creator of the original hot yoga 26 posture series.  During this 90 minute hot yoga series, each organ and muscle in the body is affected, restoring all of your bodily systems to a new healthy level of working order. You will...

Hot Yoga Pros and Cons – Too Hot to Handle?

Perhaps you’ve seen the bumper stickers or the billboards in your town, the ones with bright yellow suns and hot pink flowers surrounding the text, Hot Yoga—the hottest studio in town. Well, they aren’t kidding, they are probably the hottest rooms around, with temperatures starting at a sweltering 105ºF, and humidity at 60%. Saunas are even warmer, but while sitting in a sauna doesn’t involve physical exertion, Hot...

In The Flow Yoga Presents Hot Vinyassa Flow 30 Min...

Join Jan from In The Flow Yoga for a full 30 minute Vinyassa Flow Yoga practice in this intermediate level video.  This hot flow yoga series incorporates movement and breath that is sure to elevate your heart rate, relieve your stress and build core strength in your upper body and legs. For more info visit:...

Hot Yoga – Some Like it Hot

Hot Flow Yoga – Some like it hot   Hot yoga can keep you sizzling during the winter months. Sky Nelson, January 18th, 2012  It’s wintertime, and there are a number of ways you can keep yourself warm. Bundling up with boots, coats, scarves and gloves is an option. Sitting in front of a blazing fire with some warm cider is definitely on the list. But if you’re a fitness guru, there is one surefire way to...

Hot Flow Yoga vs Bikram Yoga: What’s the dif...

If you didn’t already know…hot flow yoga and Bikram yoga are two very different practices. Hot yoga is a version of Hatha yoga or “Power Yoga” performed in a room that is between 95-100 degrees at humidity between 50% to 80% where the teacher is free to place their own spin on each class. Like many Flow Yoga classes, Hot Yoga is a fusion or combination of many different styles of yoga that is typically unique to each...