Hot Yoga

What is Nuage Hot Yoga?


An exotic form of yoga, Hot Yoga has its roots in the cultural hub of India. Here hatha yoga, namesake Hot Yoga, was nurtured and practiced at a slightly higher temperature. Hot Yoga is now used to describe a number of yoga styles that use heat to increase an individual's flexibility.

NUAGE HOT YOGA brings you this exotic form of yoga with practicing generation old postures with a few modifications and amalgamating them with various other yogic practices. All this is practised in rooms maintained at 39 - 41 degrees or more.

NUAGE HOT YOGA has many postures which systematically make you active and fresh and it also oxygenates blood to more then hundred percent of your body and to each and every organ and fibers, restoring all systems to healthy and active working order just as nature intended. Proper weight, healthy physique,muscle tone, vibrant good health, and a sense of well being will automatically follows your life.

Benefits of Nuage Hot Yoga


Detoxification: heavy sweating helps flush toxins from the skin. The heat also allows you to go a little more deeply and safely into the postures, so you know you're really warming up the muscles and you can really approach the postures in a safe manner.

Develops strength, flexibility and tone along with a cardiovascular workout.

It is the only workout where you can burn 1000 to 1500 calories in just 90 mins.

Improves your sleep cycle by supplying proper oxygen to your brain and other parts of your body.

Working in heat helps the body relax, improves breathing (which helps conditions like asthma) and focuses the mind, which develops better mental concentration.

Hot Yoga is safe and gentle for everyone from children to seniors. It is more challenging and intense, but everyone can get something from it.

How to prepare for hot yoga


1. Go in prepared.

2. You have to be super aware of your own health.

3. It's important to be well-hydrated before taking a hot yoga class, so we recommend drinking "litres and litres of water throughout the day" in anticipation.

4. Not to eat too much before a class.

5. Replenishing lost minerals and electrolytes with a fortified drink afterward, such as Gatorade, Emergen-C or coconut water.

6. Take a class at your own pace. "If you feel weird, you take a break," "There's no ego in yoga, so you just do what you're capable of."

Some cautions about hot yoga


1.Do not go beyond your end point, because you're losing the ability to know where your edge is... so you're artificially stretching the muscle.

2.People who suffer heart problems to consult with a doctor prior to attempting any kind of hot yoga class.

3.People with high or low blood pressure are advised to try an easier form, and to limit the amount of time they spend in the heat.

4.Stop and leave the room immediately if you feel any symptoms of heat exhaustion, such as dizziness, nausea, headache, confusion, poor vision or weakness..

5. Get a doctor's OK before practicing hot yoga if you have diabetes, cardiovascular or respiratory disease, or a history of heat-related illness.

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