Hot Box Yoga

Yoga is an exclusive - only one of its kind - system of physical, mental and spiritual development. In fact, people have been practising for thousands of years in India. The origins of Yoga can be located back to the times of Bhagavad Gita.

In fact, Yoga is part of ancient Hindu philosophy. Yoga is not a religion; it is a way of life; or a way of balancing life by uniting body, mind and spirit using certain Yoga poses, movement, and breath.


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Yoga Benefits for Beginners

Yoga asanas and breathing exercises, if done right and consistently, helps to relax the body as well as the mind. Yoga practise also creates vitality, flexibility, well being. It and is also reputed to bestow upon practitioners firmer muscles, healthier skin, better posture and coordination. Yoga is geared to the practitioners' pace, health and activity. Meaning to say, whether he / she may be physically active, or may not have exercised in years, the practitioner will definitely benefit from a regular yoga practice.

Hot Box Yoga

This is also called Hatha yoga class with asanas, but here the heat is turned up; the temperatures go up to105 degrees.

This helps enhance the body's suppleness and flexibility.

Reasons for the heat

  • Makes for greater flexibility
  • Gets rid of toxins
  • Improves cardiovascular activity
  • The Hot Box Yoga Center offers a safe, comfortable place to learn and practice Yoga. Best of all you learn from certified instructors - all with a view to encourage good health, fitness and self enlightenment at the practitioner's own pace.

The sequence of Yoga poses integrates movement and breathing a spirited practice. This type of Yoga practice has been inspired by the Ashtanga Yoga tradition and is designed to teach students Yoga poses as well as modifications. All this helps bestow confidence as they learn the poses, a great starting point for less flexible students.

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