Warming up to 'hot yoga'


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'