• 7 (Not So Obvious) Reasons You Should Practice Hot Yoga All Winter Long

      Hot Power Vinyasa warms up the winter. Find out why you should practice this Hot Yoga during the coldest months of the year to spice up your dreary winter!

      LeeMarie Kennedy | January 9, 2019
    • Sweaty After Yoga? Here’s 7 Ways to Keep Your Hair Healthy & Happy

      You love being a yoga junkie, but you don’t love washing your hair within an inch of its life after every session. Here's some good news!

      Christie Cole | May 4, 2017
    • 6 Defining Traits of a Hot Yogi

      There is something magical about practicing hot yoga in a 105 degree yoga room with the humidity up to 40% and barely being able to breathe.

      Maxine Garcia | April 11, 2017
    • We Review the Lunar Yoga Mat + Galaxy Yoga Towel from Yoga Zeal

      When it comes to product reviews, we don’t mess around. All of the items we review are put...

      YogiApproved | October 19, 2016
    • Hot Yoga Clothing You’ll Love Gettin’ Sweaty In

      We have done the research for you and found 10 hot yoga clothing styles that we think are the cats pajamas when it comes to what to wear in your next hot yoga class:

      YogiApproved | January 30, 2016
    • Bikram Choudhury: a Hot Yoga Controversy

      The first lawsuit against Bikram Choudhury was filed in 2013, and it alleged sexual harassment, defamation, and discrimination. The most recent lawsuit was filed earlier this year and founded on similar claims.

      Kasia Litwinski | November 13, 2015
    • Why Yogis are Loving Hot Yoga Using Infrared Heating

      Hot Yoga using Infrared Heating reduces pain and inflammation, smooth skin, healthy heart, detox, & calorie burn.

      Jillian Grabarczyk | October 8, 2015
    • 8 Benefits of Hot Yoga

      Hot yoga is a yoga style that is practiced in hot and humid conditions, typically heated to around 105 degrees Fahrenheit and 40% humidity. Each 60- or 90-minute class will offer a series of postures that aim to contract and strengthen your muscles and raise your heart rate to create an amazing yoga experience with cardiovascular benefits.

    • 3 Tips To Help You Beat The Hot Yoga Heat

      Stay Hydrated! Always be sure to drink an 8-ounce glass of water in the morning to get everything flowing. During your practice, don't hesitate to drink water whenever you need to (it's not uncommon for me to drink a liter of water during a 60 minute class).

      Samantha Mitchell | December 8, 2014
    • 5 Ways Hot Yoga Makes You Better In Bed

      We all know that in terms of health and wellness, hot yoga has some pretty crazy bragging rights. But who knew that practicing hot yoga could make you better in the sack?

      Ashton August | July 1, 2014
    • Follow These 5 Rules to Avoid Injury During Hot Yoga

      The health benefits of hot yoga are well established. It is important to maintain a safe practice. Here are 5 tips to help you avoid injury during hot yoga.

      Ashton August | June 1, 2014
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