Purify Your Mind & Body Skye Yoga Studio
INFRARED HEAT BENEFITS
Invisible to the naked eye, our full spectrum infrared panels heat the studio to a comfortable 95 degrees creating an extra rejuvenating, de-stressing yoga experience. Not to be confused with traditional "Hot Yoga" or "Bikram", Infrared heat feels as if you are experiencing the soothing feeling of the warm sun on your skin. Because the human body is made up of mostly water, infrared heat transfers extremely effectively and can help gently increase blood circulation, rid the body of toxins and even provide pain relief. Infrared heat reduces stress, fatigue, strengthens the cardiovascular system, heals injuries more efficiently, eases joint pain and stiffness, increases flexibility, burns hundreds of calories in one hour, and strengthens the immune system.
The heating system is completely silent and delivers zero noise inside the studio. Infrared heating systems maintain natural humidity levels without the need for artificial humidification. This eliminates the odors from mold and bacteria present in many conventionally heated studios.
Infrared heat is used by physical therapists, saunas, and yoga studios around the world
REDUCED PAIN AND INFLAMMATION
Improved blood circulation and enhanced delivery of oxygen softens the tissue to help relax muscles.
IMPROVED SKIN TEXTURE
Infrared heat helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, improves skin elasticity, texture and reduces pore size, and deep cleanses skin naturally.
DETOX INSIDE AND OUT
Sweat it out. Sweating is your body's natural way of flushing toxins, wringing out impurities, and creating a detoxifying cleanse at the cellular level. Eliminate metals, chemicals, and toxins from the body by raising the body temperature.
PROMOTES WEIGHT LOSS
The human body has an impressive temperature regulation system which takes energy (calories) to maintain a consistent temperature. Infrared heat increases metabolism between the blood and tissue, which burns calories.
We already strengthen the cardiovascular system with Ujjayi breathing, but the rise in body temperature also increases blood flow, which mimics the benefits of a cardiovascular workout and continues hours after your hot yoga practice.