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Prana Hot Yoga facilities uses infrared systems to heat the classroom, unlike traditional forced air systems in which the air is saturated and burned. 


Prana Hot Yoga practices use panels heated by infrared similar to the heat of the sun.


Infrared and radiant heat works by radiating a high temperature from the surface and heating the items around it, which will increase the air temperature by proximity.

When people are close to the infrared heat it means their muscles and joints will be gently warmed, which relieves aches and pains. The therapeutic effects not only decrease pain, but also increase the chances of flowing easily into the posture you are working in.


Many people experience greater flexibility when practicing yoga under infrared heat.

Radiant energy heats practitioners' bodies and the ground, rather than the surrounding air.

Here are some of the benefits of infrared heating yoga classes:

1. More flexibility

Infrared heat penetrates deep into muscles and joints, which can help increase flexibility. As the heat warms the muscles, they become more flexible and easier to stretch. This can help prevent injuries and improve overall performance.

2. Detox

Infrared heat can also help detoxify the body by increasing circulation and sweating. Sweating is a natural way for the body to rid itself of toxins and other impurities. Infrared heating yoga classes can help stimulate this process, leaving you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

3. Better cardiovascular health

Infrared heat can also have a positive impact on cardiovascular health. Studies have shown that it can help improve blood pressure, lower cholesterol levels and improve circulation. This can help reduce your risk of heart disease and other cardiovascular conditions.

4. Stress and anxiety reduced

Yoga is known for its ability to reduce stress and anxiety, and infrared heat can enhance this effect. Infrared heat can help relax your muscles and calm your mind, making it easier to release stress and tension.

5. Enhanced immune function

Infrared heat has been shown to stimulate the production of white blood cells, which play a key role in immune function. This can help boost the immune system and reduce the risk of illness and disease.

Who shouldn't practice Prana Hot Yoga?

Anyone with heart disease, pregnant women, diabetes, arterial irregularities, anorexia, reduced high blood pressure or reduced blood sugar levels. Check with your doctor to see if yoga exercise in a heated room is safe for you. In addition to not forgetting to consume plenty of water, before, during and after practice as dehydration happens naturally due to the temperature.

Bring a towel, bottle of water and enjoy.

A liability waiver will be signed before practice.

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