Heating a yoga classroom can increase students' circulation during workouts, unlike increasing the degrees in a geometry classroom, which results in students becoming more obtuse. Raise your fitness IQ with today's Groupon: for $69, you get a 20-yoga-class pack at Bikram Yoga Honolulu (up to a $220 value). Once this Groupon is redeemed, each pack expires in six months.
Bikram Yoga Honolulu's instructors teach beginners a sequence of 26 movements in a room that has been heated for increased blood flow and muscle performance. The schedule teems with 49 different class times, seven days per week, affording limb lengtheners many opportunities to improve their physical and mental health, flexibility, sweat-to-clothes ratio, and balance. Bikram Choudhury, a multi-year winner of the National India Yoga Championship, designed the Beginners' Hatha class for people who have not previously practiced yoga, utilizing a series of postures that stretch the body.
The stretches, combined with the increased room temperature, move more oxygen through the body by infusing blood cells with cheetah-like speed. This can help to alleviate body pains and restore the youthful energy to muscles, nerves, tendons, joints, and organs that they possessed in their baby pictures. First-time yoga participants may wish to stretch their eyes over Bikram Yoga's list of recommendations for beginners.
Though Bikram Yoga Honolulu sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Hot Yoga 8: Bikram Yoga Honolulu
Since 1995, Hot Yoga 8 has been teaching a variety of yoga styles to Honolulu. The studio offers classes in Power Vinyasa, Astanga, Yoga Sculpt, Restorative Yoga, and Yin, but the certified instructors at Hot Yoga 8 specialize in Bikram yoga, a style that uses 26 poses to work every major muscle group in the body. Each 90-minute class is taught in 105-degree heat, believed to help practitioners ease chronic pain, sweat out toxins, and stretch further than they would otherwise. Though most sessions are actively led by a teacher, some are conducted in meditative silence, and others are held by candlelight.
1151 12th Ave.
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816