Hot 26 (90 mins)

Formerly known as Bikram Yoga. This is a system of yoga that Bikram Choudhury synthesized from traditional hatha yoga techniques and popularized beginning in the early 1970s.

All Bikram Yoga Series classes run for 90 minutes and consist of the same series of 26 postures, including two breathing exercises. Bikram Yoga is a hot yoga style, and is practiced in a room heated to 35–42 °C (95–108 °F) with a humidity of 40%.

Unchanging sequence of postures in a heated room, it is designed as a rejuvenating exercise to strengthen the entire body, from head to toe.

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Bikram And Much More

Sweatbox yoga holds classes in other styles in addition to Bikram yoga and hot yoga. Experience a variety of asanas - join us and be amazed by the yoga world!

Enjoyable Classes

Sweatbox yoga classes are planned and held in an interactive way that encourages students to get into the flow of yoga. Forget about things outside of the studio and immerse in inner peace.

Stay Healthy Together

The Sweatbox Yoga community is a tight-knit gathering of people passionate about yoga. Fellow Bikram yoga students gain a friendship when they go through routines together.

Why Hot 26

Weight Loss With Yoga

Bikram yoga is held in the hot room and is considered to be one of the more intense workouts. One direct benefit of such cardiovascular workouts is the number of calories burnt. A frequent session of Bikram yoga with Sweatbox, combined with a healthy diet, will get students dropping pounds in no time. In addition, Bikram yoga sessions are held in a hot room, which encourages sweating. A yoga session would be a solid workout, burning about 600-1000 calories, not considering afterburn as well. Bikram yoga would be a practical weight loss solution and keeps students active even after.

Detox And Refresh

Bikram yoga classes are held in a warmed classroom at about 40 Deg, which encourages sweating and simulates the elevated body temperature of the immune response. The body activates the white blood cells and the entire immune system. By increasing blood flow, our lymphatic system also circulates quicker and helps improve the response of the body towards infections. Furthermore, the body excretes toxins and waste substances via sweating. In an environment where the body sweats more, the toxins are expelled faster.

The Low Impact Exercise Alternative

Even if Bikram yoga is considered to be one of the more rigorous routines, it is a low impact alternative to exercises such as running or skipping, which may put unnecessary stress on the muscles or joints. Bikram yoga trains the musculoskeletal system via a series of postures, or asanas, and is a variant of hot yoga that focuses on stretches, posture, and breathing techniques. For those who are carrying older injuries thanks to a muscle or joint injury, perhaps increasing flexibility of the muscles and joints is the best option. However, in terms of body strength, hot yoga variants are no less demanding than ordinary sports. Join the best community for hot yoga Singapore today!