Bending and stretching for 90 minutes in a 30 degree room may sound like hell to you but Hot Yoga is actually very popular in Christchurch. To some, yoga is considered a luxury, to others it’s a way of life, and it’s not until you give it a go that you realise that sweating out all the toxins in your body can make you feel really good.
The great thing about the Flow Hot Yoga studio is that if busting out yoga moves for an hour and a half doesn’t appeal, there is always the 60 minute class option. After your work out choose from a selection of flavoured coconut water, books about the benefits of yoga or some stylish workout gears.
Hot Yoga, unlike Bikram, is not a set sequence of moves. Instead it’s a more organic process with many different postures to keep things interesting. The trick is to move very slowly to avoid head rushes and passing out on your neighbour. The reason for the hot temperature is to warm up your muscles to avoid injury. After each session you will feel balanced in your body and mind, which makes the Flow Hot Yoga studio the ideal place to unwind and tone up.