For whom is the Hot Yoga ?
It's opened to everyone
Bikram Hot Yoga is open to everyone… So, come as you are :
> whether you already have knowledge in yoga or you are a beginner
> whether you are flexible, a little, a lot, or not at all
> whether you are bursting with energy or feeling a bit low at the moment…
Don’t hesitate to come and practice this unique and powerful Hot Yoga. Practicing Hot Yoga will bring you a sense of well-being, both physically and mentally. It’s a way to feel good in your body and mind!
We promise, swear… and sweat!
Hot Yoga is for me if...
Most frequent questions... and answers
No pressure. Hydrate yourself, eat light, bring necessary items without forgetting to listen to your body… We tell you EVERYTHING you need to know by clicking here !
In Bikram Yoga, the practice is designed to be accessible to individuals of all levels, regardless of their experience or fitness level. While there are no specific levels or progressions, each person is encouraged to focus on their own journey and progress at their own pace.
If you’re new to Bikram Yoga and feel like you’re behind others in terms of flexibility, strength, or familiarity with the postures, it’s important to remember that everyone’s journey is unique. Be patient: Rome wasn’t built in a day, and progress in yoga takes time. Focus on your breath and alignment. Practice regularly.. and self-compassion!
Remember that yoga is not a competition. Focus on your own journey, listen to your body, and be kind to yourself.
The practice is about self-discovery and personal transformation, so enjoy the journey and be proud of your own achievements.
If the heat becomes too intense for you, feel free to take breaks. It’s perfectly fine to take breaks whenever you feel overwhelmed by the heat.
Focus on your breath: Your breath can help you regulate your body temperature and stay centered during the practice. Take slow, deep breaths by the nose. This can help you stay calm and manage the heat more effectively.
Stay hydrated; Hydration is important for your overall well-being and can help regulate your body temperature. Sip water whenever you feel the need, but avoid drinking large amounts all at once, as it can be uncomfortable during the practice.
Remember, be patient with yourself and give your body time to adjust. With consistent practice and proper self-care, you may find that your tolerance for the heat improves over time.
The frequency of practicing Bikram Yoga can vary depending on your personal schedule, fitness level, and overall health. Ideally, it is recommended to practice Bikram Yoga at least 2-3 times per week to experience its maximum benefits. Consistency is key in any yoga practice to see progress and improvements in flexibility, strength, and mental focus.
However, it’s important to listen to your body and give yourself enough time to rest and recover between sessions.
Yes, Bikram Yoga can contribute to calorie burning due to its intense and dynamic nature.
The exact number of calories burned during a Bikram Yoga class can vary depending on factors such as your body weight, intensity of the practice, and individual metabolism. However, it is estimated that a 90-minute Bikram Yoga session can burn anywhere from 330 to 630 calories for an average-sized person.
While Bikram Yoga can be beneficial for many individuals, there are certain contraindications and precautions to consider before practicing. It’s important to listen to your body and consult with a healthcare professional if you have any concerns or pre-existing health conditions. Here are some common contraindications for practicing Bikram Yoga: cardiovascular conditions, pregnancy in the first trimester.
If you have any medical conditions, are taking medications, or have undergone recent surgeries, it’s advisable to consult with your healthcare provider to ensure that Bikram Yoga is safe for you.
Bikram Yoga, like any physical activity, can have both benefits and risks. Neither more nor less!
It’s important to listen to your body, practice with proper form, and consult with a healthcare professional if you have any concerns or pre-existing health conditions.
If you have health issues, it is important to consult with your healthcare provider before starting any new exercise program, including Bikram Yoga.
Moreover, it’s essential to communicate any health concerns or limitations with your teacher before starting a Bikram Yoga class. They can provide guidance and modifications to ensure a safe and beneficial practice for you. Remember to always prioritize your well-being and listen to your body during the practice.
Yes, Bikram Yoga can be practiced by individuals of different body types, including those who are overweight.
In fact, Bikram Yoga can be a beneficial practice for individuals looking to lose weight, increase their overall fitness, and improve their well-being.
Bikram Yoga can be practiced by individuals of various ages, but it’s important to consider certain factors before starting, especially for children and older adults.
For children, the intensity and heat of a Bikram Yoga class may not be suitable. It’s generally recommended to wait until adolescence (13 years old) before introducing them to Bikram Yoga. If a teenager attends the course, he must be accompanied by one of his parents.
There is no specific upper age limit for practicing Bikram Yoga. As long as you are able to engage in the practice safely and comfortably, you can continue to practice Bikram Yoga at any age. However, it’s important to adapt the practice to suit your individual needs and limitations, and consult with a healthcare professional if you have any concerns.
It’s generally recommended to consult with your healthcare provider before starting or continuing any exercise regimen, including Bikram Yoga. They will be able to provide personalized advice based on your individual health and pregnancy.
Because every pregnancy is unique, and some women may be able to modify their practice or continue with certain precautions.
- Your healthcare provider has to determine that it is safe for you to practice Bikram Yoga during pregnancy.
- It is mandatory not to practice during the first three months of your pregnancy.
- If you wish to resume your practice and are able to do so, you must contact us to schedule an appointment with one of our instructors.
- We will then organize a private class of approximately 2 hours to adjust your practice, posture by posture.