Hot yoga is a major trend in which participants practice in a hot room, often 90-100+ degrees. Mass marketers of yoga love the “passive heating” approach of hot yoga, as it gives the perception of flexibility and a deeper workout in a shorter period of time. More classes per day = more revenue.
Yoga HotDish classes will warm your body and make you flexible, but keeping with yoga philosophy. Yoga takes time, and you can’t just crank the furnace to force to body into submission! Also, hot yoga is contra-indicated for numerous conditions, from heart and respiratory issues to being over weight or sleep deprived, YHD is a more accessible form of yoga.