November 12th, 2018
Unlike a workout at the gym, which probably focuses on a single muscle group, hot yoga works the entire body from head to toe in a single 90-minute session. Hot Yoga Tysons offers the traditional form of Bikram, which is characterized by a set of 26 postures and two breathing exercises.
The instructor will always piece together the poses the same way, so after a few classes, you should have no trouble keeping up with the flow. Each class unfolds in a room heated to around 105 degrees with 40% humidity for a very specific reason: this helps to detoxify the body. It also warms up your muscles to help prevent injuries. The more you attend class, the stronger and more skilled you’ll become, so plan to make plenty of repeat visits to Hot Yoga Tysons.