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Practicing Hot Yoga at Home Is Possible With These Instructor Tips

Posted On: Jun 1, 2020   |   Posted By: PopSugar

Practicing Hot Yoga at Home Is Possible With These Instructor Tips

After many unfortunately stressful savasanas, I finally discovered I prefer flowing through a yoga sequence while dripping in sweat - my local hot yoga studio is what got me committed to a regular practice.
With social distancing in effect, attending a group class set to a little under 100 degrees isn't a reality, and I haven't been able to reap the benefits of the steamy stretch for quite some time.
Pumping up my own thermostat also isn't possible , so I reached out to two yoga instructors for advice on continuing my hot yoga practice at home. Check out a few of their thoughtful tips below.
First, Build Your Personal Practice
According to Valerie Verdier , a teaching director at Modo Yoga , the actual temperature ranges of hot yoga classes vary greatly, not to mention the actual heating system of a hot yoga studio is fairly complex.
Particularly high temperatures and exercise isn't something to mess around with, so it's better to play it safe. Therefore, instead of investing in some kind...

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