The 26 postures and two breathing exercises that make up the original hot yoga (Bikram yoga), is a powerful complete body and mind workout. In particular, there are three postures—called the balancing series—nestled in the first half of class. It’s easy to say that these three postures will make your heart race, the sweat pour, […]
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Let’s be real honest here, Standing Bow is one of the hardest postures in the Bikram/Hot yoga series. It’s right after Standing Head to Knee, which makes your heart rate skyrocket, and it’s the last of the 60 second postures…so it’s long. But like everything in yoga, what you put in the posture is what […]
There’s a lot to take in during a hot hatha yoga class. You’re trying to deal with the heat, the teacher is delivering a dialogue that describes the poses, and at the same time you’re straining to see what the person next to you is doing. It’s no wonder we miss a few things here and there. But […]
I haven’t been practicing (or writing about) yoga these past few months. On a good week, I’d make it to class… once. This weekend however, I was determined to get to class and get back in the swing of things. I arrived and after the first four postures I started having creative and inspiring ideas […]
Ever wondered which foods will help support a healthy hot yoga practice? Here are some of nutrition tips that have worked well for me over the years.
Have you ever had a really grumpy yoga class? I have… check out my eight remedies to kick the yoga grumpies away.
Ten new secret tips for Bikram yogis – hot off the press! Great tips for how to improve your Triangle pose, trim your waist line and keep your practice fresh through the years.