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Bikram Is The Body's Internal Cleanser

Sat 19 Aug 2017 00:00:00 GMT

The Bikram school of yoga is hot, literally. Also known as “hot yoga,” Bikram yoga was developed by Bikram Choudhury, who introduced it in the U.S. in the 1970s. Temperatures in a Bikram or hot yoga class approach 100 degrees, so bring a towel and bring your own mat, and be ready to sweat. Ideally, the sauna-like environment of a Bikram yoga studio helps the body eliminate toxins through sweat. Also, the extreme heat makes the muscles more flexible. According to Bikram himself, the poses are creating a “tourniquet effect” by putting pressure on the body to flush out toxins. If you are new to Bikram yoga, it's normal to feel dizzy or lightheaded from the heat at first, but if you feel seriously ill, back off and relax and then resume the practice. If you continue to feel unwell, don't continue with the class.

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