The cleansing, 105-degree temperatures of Bikram Hot Yoga 305's practice space creates an environment that simultaneously challenges students and helps them find the inner strength necessary to forge a healthy mind-body connection. Founder Carolina Villalba has practiced yoga at studios across the country, drawing on the techniques she learned to develop her skills. Each of her 90-minute classes are open to visitors of any skill or fitness level, and instructors create a supportive environment where attendees can feel comfortable testing their physical limits. Over the course of those 90 minutes, classes perform rehabilitating sequences of 26 asanas as well as two breathing exercises. These deep, sustained stretches methodically work muscle groups and organ systems throughout the entire body, improving strength and flexibility as they help restore the body to optimum health. In addition to providing an additional mental challenge, the room's intense heat encourages sweating and loosens tight joints and muscles, allowing students to sink further into each stretch and easily slip into tight scuba suits.