In general…Sweating is not Fat…Exercising in a heat environment is not the best IDEA to do with your clients because you dehydrate the body from water and other very important elements. If you do YOGA in the heat is great for the mobility of the joints but the heat mast be in a safe range around 28 Celsius and not more is a good. And don’t forget Hydration before , during and especially after the class!
We mast keep our clients in the most safe zone !
well i do not believe doing yoga in heated room will help in losing weight.In fact its all connected with your habits, i mean how much your life is in discipline? Well everybody knows if you sleep eight hours , eat three proper meals and two snacks plus minimum three litres of water,thats it you are done. Ofcourse you need to do some kind of workout also but not in heated room please. Maybe it will help you to sweat too much and well it can increase your flexibility also a bit but for all those kind of results can be possible only on one equipment in this world right now and that is TRX TRAINING. Let me tell you this is a mind bogling equipment. Well i am sure you have got your answer. Take care .
Bikram yoga is one of the most strenuous forms of Yoga and calories burned per hour are a lot higher than the calories that are burned with other forms of yoga
In this discipline of Yoga, there is a series of 26 different Yoga poses that need to be performed in a certain sequence. It usually takes around 90 min or so, to complete the entire set of the 26 yoga exercises. Exercising in a heated room for about an hour and a half certainly does help burn calories.
For anyone to maximize the weight loss benefits of Bikram yoga, would be essential to maintain a yogic diet …. mainly vegetarian, pure, light and totally free of preservatives and toxins.
You will lose water but not fat!
Practicing Yoga in an environment that is pumped with excessive heat it not only unhealthy but it goes against the principles of Yoga. Patience, acceptance and union.
For sure there is a world wide trend and a growth in “Core Power Yoga.” Why?
1 – The extreme heat aids mobility and flexibility. As a result, clients “feel” as though they are improving in their postures. The ego is satisfied!
2 – The rapid water loss caused by the high heat creates a “high.” It soon becomes addictive.
Many traditional Vinyasa or Iyengar teachers shy away from the heated Yoga for good reason.