Tip #2: Take a "Hot" Yoga Class
Practically any type of yoga practice gets your circulation going, but bikram yoga, also called "hot" yoga, literally heats up your core. Bikram yoga's 90-minute classes are conducted in rooms that are heated to 105 degrees, causing your body temperature to rise, your sweat glands to open, and your body to purify itself of toxins as your muscles are stretched at a deep level.
Practitioners of this type of yoga swear by its health-giving properties, though beginners should be careful—and all bikram yogis should be sure to stay fully hydrated. Talk about bikram yoga here.
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