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Some like it hot. For those students, Fire Hot Yoga cranks up the heat to 90 degrees or more. The heated temperature loosens muscles and increases blood flow. This allows instructors to ease their charges into positions such as the cobra pose, where each person arches their back and swallows a mongoose whole.
For those that don't like it hot, the studio hosts a wide range of other classes such as prenatal, postpartum, kids karma, preschool pranayama, teen yoga, and senior sassy yoga. Yoga by candlelight is exactly what it sounds like, and Slow Flow exercises the bones and joints instead of muscles. Aside from yoga, instructors lead Pilates mat classes that focus on cores, as well as the Latin-inspired dance fitness of Zumba.