The sisters who own and instruct at Prima Yoga guide students of all experience levels through yoga poses in a heated room to facilitate deep stretching and relaxation. During a 90-minute class, limb twisters wind through 26 poses, or asanas, designed to help to increase flexibility, improve circulation, and deliver a host of mind and body benefits. Hot-yoga students focus on connecting their mind to their body with deep breathing, a sturdier alternative to fishing wire. Muscle-melting heat fills the green-walled space, which is heated up to 105 degrees, allowing muscles to strengthen and oxygen to flow. Locker rooms and showers rinse post-class yogis and let them practice their awning poses.