https://theyogahub.ie/bikram-yoga-vs-hot-yoga-5-differences-bikram-yoga-hot-yoga/ Bikram's next claim, "hot yoga thins the blood to clear the circulatory system," is quite vague. As a medical provider, I don't know what "to clear" means when referring to the blood nor what is "being cleared" with regards to the circulatory system. By definition, "to clear" means "to remove," "to rid of obstruction," The circulatory system … Continue reading HOT YOGA: Thins Your Blood to Clear the Circulatory System
If you ask any endurance athlete training for a competition whether it's biking, running, swimming or all three, they will tell you muscular strength and endurance is based the amount of energy exerted with regards to intensity and length of each training session, nutrition and water intake, with water intake being one of the most … Continue reading HOT YOGA: Improves Muscular Strength
How many times have you walked out of hot yoga room with your clothes and hair soaked in sweat and your skin feeling as soft as silk. You've go this sense of euphoria and feel like you have detoxed all the alcohol, processed foods and french fries out of your system? I hate to burst … Continue reading Hot Yoga: Detoxifies the Body
The importance of water has been stressed in The Hidden Messages In Water and in Let Your Fluids Flow. Water is our life source, it is prana. We will die if we don't drink enough water, unless you are Buddha Boy. The impact of stress has also been discussed in previous blogs. Here's a recap … Continue reading HOT YOGA: WHY???
As previously discussed in The Hidden Messages In Water the adult human body is made up of 70% water. According to the H.H Mitchell, in the Journal of Biological Chemistry 158, the brain is made up 73% water in which some of that water comprises the cerebral spinal fluid (CSF). Why I do feel the … Continue reading Let Your Fluids Flow