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Warming up to 'hot yoga'

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All puns aside, the “hottest” new health and wellness trend to hit Preston Street in the last two months has been hot yoga. It’s just what it sounds like: a series of traditional yoga postures, but practiced in a room that is heated up to 38 degrees Celsius. Participants say they get a much deeper stretch than they would with regular yoga and generally feel invigorated after the routine. “It’s a great all-around physical workout. You feel energized at the end of a class, but you feel calm, relaxed, focused, and a little more clear-headed,” says Tracy Koert, a co-owner and teacher at Moksha Yoga Ottawa.

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Warming up to 'hot yoga'