How to Start Doing Yoga at Home

For many people with very tight schedules, doing yoga or other kinds of workout on a regular basis can be quite a challenge. There's just no time to actually go out and attend yoga classes on a regular basis. But wait! What if you just do your yoga inside your own four walls? Even if your hectic schedule prohibits you from attending a class regularly, there are ways you can still get all of the benefits of yoga….right in the comfort of your own home.

8 Surprising Benefits of Hot Yoga

Hot yoga, also known as Bikram yoga, is a great exercise that offers a number of benefits to the yogi. This style was developed from traditional Asanas by Bikram Choudhury in the early 1970’s. His fixed regimen of 24 yoga poses and 2 breathing exercises are purported to bestow “head to toe” health and fitness. The Asanas and breathing exercises are performed in a room heated to 105 degrees Fahrenheit, which is about 40 degrees Celsius. The relative humidity of the room is maintained at 40%, which makes hot yoga an amazingly different experience.

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