The difference between hot yoga vs. general yoga

The difference between hot yoga vs. general yoga

The difference between action choreography: High-temperature yoga is to practice specific movements in a specific environment, so that the body can achieve comprehensive exercise, and the movements are relatively fixed.

  The range of changes in the movements of traditional yoga can be freely matched under the presets in accordance with the principles of physical function, and the content of each lesson is largely different.

  The difference between breathing: Because high-temperature yoga requires more oxygen supply during the exercise, it needs to readjust its breath to maintain the oxygen balance in the body. Therefore, high-temperature yoga has a fixed pacing practice at the beginning and end of the exercise.

  There are many types of general yoga yoga, and the range of change is mainly at the beginning of the entire class.

  The difference between hydration: As a lot of sweating occurs in high-temperature yoga exercises, you must constantly add hydration to prevent the body from dehydrating.

  General yoga does not sweat a lot during the practice and does not need to add water during the practice.

  The principle of the relationship between high temperature yoga and general yoga is the same: it allows the body to get comprehensive exercise from different angles from the inside to the outside, restores the spine to a healthy natural curvature, promotes the normal function of the glands in the body, and improves the body’s immunityFeatures.

  Breathing is also important: the combination of breathing and movement is a necessary factor for good exercise results.

  Relaxation is just as important: the interval between movements is just as important as the final rest break, which allows the practitioner to replenish their energy in a timely manner.