Bikram Yoga Overview
Bikram Yoga is a form of yoga which consists of a series of 26 poses performed in a hot room. The temperature of a bikram yoga studio must be at 105 degrees--or higher! This heat is said to loosen your muscles, improve flexbility, and increase your heart rate. And make no mistake, the heat also makes you sweat!
The Trusty Guide to Bikram Yoga will lead you through the ins-and-outs of this hot new style of yoga. Read this guide to get the full scoop on these topics:
- What is Bikram Yoga? (History and style)
- Benefits of the Heat in Bikram Yoga
- Bikram Yoga Classes: What to Expect
- Overall Benefits and Risks of Bikram Yoga
- Finding a Bikram Yoga Studio
- Practicing Bikram Yoga on Your Own
Also, please see our bonus feature page that displays all 26 of the Bikram Yoga poses with explanations for why they help your health and spirit.
Below are just a few FAQ to get you started:
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