I’m going to miss hot yoga when I return to St. George. There is supposed to be a hot studio opening, but they haven’t responded to my queries.
The folks at CorePower Yoga, a chain in California, Colorado and other states, should open a branch in St. George! I’d certainly sign up. Here is a video showing highlights of their Hot Power Fusion class. This class, which is the one I’m attending here in San Diego, mixes the 26 asanas of traditional hot yoga with vinyasa flow movements and breath.
I doubt the room was that hot in this video, they are wearing way to much clothes. At the end of my practices here in San Diego, my yoga shorts are as wet as at the beach, my yoga slip pad is as soaked as if it were in a pool, and there is a puddle of sweat surrounding my Yoga mat.
Here is a video showing more of the hot Yoga poses:
They look hard, and the maximum postures are close to impossible, but each posture has “outs” or “alternatives” that you can do.
If a hot studio isn’t open in St. George, I’ll convert a space in my house to do it. I’m eager to keep this going, and to keep the back, hip and other body pains away as they are now.