This pose embodies the spirit of a warrior and conveys readiness, stability, and courage. It is recommended to do Warrior II after Trikonasana because it flows better biomechanically, according to the position of the pelvis. (more…)
Hot yoga can refer to any yoga class done in a heated room. The room is usually maintained at a temperature of 95-100 degrees Fahrenheit. Most often, hot yoga tends to be a flowing, vinyasa style of practice in which the teacher instructs a series of linked poses. As you can imagine, a vigorous yoga session at high temperature promotes profuse sweating and makes the body very warm.