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Feel it from head to toe

There isn’t a single bit of your body where you won’t feel the benefits of hot yoga.

It works your every muscle, tendon, joint, ligament, organ and gland. The postures massage your internal organs and stimulate your endocrine and nervous systems. They release any deficient hormones and enzymes. And you’ll start to feel the results from your very first class.

The benefits of hot yoga include:

Cleansing

It detoxifies and improves the health of all your systems.


Strengthening your immune system

Hot yoga acts like a preventative medicine; do it often and you can reduce lots of symptoms of chronic ailments and diseases, like thyroid irregularities, high cholesterol, diabetes, asthma and arthritis.


Strength

Experienced yogis are extraordinarily strong. That’s because the 26 postures strengthen every muscle in your body, leaving you with greater flexibility and reduced stiffness in your joints.


Reduced pain

By the end of your class, lots of your niggly pains will have drifted away. Hot yoga also helps to heal sport (and other) injuries including back and knee pain.


Less stress

Hot yoga reduces tension and stress in both your body and your mind. It improves your mood and energy levels, so it’s beneficial for depression and anxiety.


Weight loss

Hot yoga can aid digestion and facilitate weight loss. It provides a strong cardiovascular workout and will make your heart pound, whatever your fitness level. You’ll burn between 500 and 1000 calories per 90-minute session.


Emotional balance

When you do it regularly, hot yoga harmonises your nervous and endocrine systems. You’ll develop the mental practices of self-control, concentration, patience and determination.


It’s safe

The 26/2 yoga class is an intelligently designed yoga series for beginners. It works every part of your body and provides countless benefits. And it’s very safe. Just focus on your breathing and alignment, and you’ll reap the rewards.


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