What is Hot Yoga all about?
Fox Den Yoga combines modern technology with the ancient discipline of yoga. Our Infrared Panel heating offers waves of energy that penetrate deep into the human body (approx. 4 cm) gently elevating the body’s surface temperature detoxifying the body at a cellular level while burning fat, de-stressing, improving your flexibility and strength. Committing to a regular hot yoga practice will change your life.
Other benefits include joint mobility, promotes healing, reduces muscle stiffness and pain, decreases soreness & inflammation, increases circulation, improves skin tone (it will even heal sunburn), promotes weight loss, enhances heart function, lowers blood pressure, reduces tension, and speeds cancer recovery.
Our hot yoga classes are invigorating and fun!
Using the ancient wisdom of yoga combined with modern FIR (Far Infrared Radiant) heating technology,
sessions at Fox Den Yoga will leave you feeling healthier, stronger, rejuvenated, energized and calm.
I'm not flexible - Can I do Yoga?
Yes! You are a perfect candidate for yoga. Many people think that they need to be flexible to begin yoga, but that’s a little bit like thinking that you need to be able to play tennis in order to take tennis lessons. Come as you are and you will find that yoga practice will help you become more flexible. This newfound agility will be balanced by strength, coordination, and enhanced cardiovascular health, as well as a sense of physical confidence and overall well-being.
How often should I practice?
Yoga is amazing—even if you only practice for one hour a week, you will experience the benefits of the practice. If you can do more than that, you will certainly experience more benefits. We suggest starting with two or three times a week, for an hour each time. We have postures in all our classes that allow you to rest and reconnect if you need it. Don’t let time constraints or unrealistic goals be an obstacle—do what you can and don’t worry about it. You will likely find that after awhile your desire to practice expands naturally and you will find yourself doing more and more.
How is Yoga different from stretching or other kinds
Unlike stretching or fitness, yoga is more than just physical postures. Patanjali’s eight-fold path illustrates how the physical practice is just one aspect of yoga. Even within the physical practice, yoga is unique because we connect the movement of the body and the fluctuations of the mind to the rhythm of our breath. Connecting the mind, body, and breath helps us to direct our attention inward. Through this process of inward attention, we learn to recognize our habitual thought patterns without labeling them, judging them, or trying to change them. We become more aware of our experiences from moment to moment. The awareness that we cultivate is what makes yoga a practice, rather than a task or a goal to be completed. Your body will most likely become much more flexible by doing yoga, and so will your mind.