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What is Infrared Heated Yoga?  

Anyone who has been outside on a sunny day has experienced the warmth of the sun directly on their skin -- that is infrared radiant heat. While indoor infrared heaters do not emit UV rays like the sun, they do provide the same comfortable, sun-like warmth. What makes infrared radiant heated yoga feel so different is the way the heat is distributed. Forced air can make your yoga seem stuffy and leave you feeling dried out, while a yoga session with infrared heat feels clean and invigorating.

The advantage of infrared radiant heat is that surface temperatures can feel 3-8 degrees warmer than the air temperature. The direct warmth on people’s bodies can feel soothing and can help boost flexibility.  Heat is distributed directly and silently, creating a superior hot yoga experience.

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"When you step into an infrared heated hot yoga studio, you will immediately notice​ that the heaters emit a therapeutic heat. It directly permeates the body, alleviating aches, increasing circulation, and offers a whole range of health benefits. Infrared is also one of the most eco-friendly and economical heating systems available. We invite you to experience the many health benefits that infrared heat has to offer."


"Far Infrared Heat is a leading therapy for a multitude of health issues. Current research points to the extreme benefits of Far-Infrared Therapy in: heart health; cancer reduction and healing; improvement of arthritis; pain reduction; sleep issues; skin disturbances; cellular reproduction; sleep issues and more. Heating your Yoga Studio with Far Infrared Yoga Panels will help your clients experience not only the amazing benefits of yoga and other modalities, but offer them the added benefit of Far Infrared Heat Therapy. Infrared Health Benefits will go a long way to helping your students experience better practices!"


"Infrared light is NOT ultraviolet light… in fact, it has an opposite effect of UV. It diminishes fine lines and wrinkles. It’s the healthy light that allows plants to photosynthesize, or make energy to sustain and grow. Infrared light rays heat you from the inside… it’s a deep penetrating heat that warms you, and not just the surrounding air. It’s the ultimate detox.

Can’t imagine being heated from within? Imagine practicing yoga outside on a clear and sunny afternoon, minus the sun in your eyes. Relaxed, content, and full of energy, right?

Let’s see what practicing in a FIR (far infrared ray) yoga studio does for your body..."


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