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PREPARE FOR BeU's HOT or WARM YOGA CLASS

We care deeply about your first Yoga experience, therefore to get Introduced to Hot Yoga the "right way" make sure to arrive 30 minutes early on your first time and make sure to mention the INTRO TO HOT YOGA, your teacher should help you and is there early to emphasize on the many benefits, approach, challenges and scientific understandings our Heated Sessions have to offer. It is also a good time for you to get to: Understand studio/instructor’s philosophy & approach. And to ultimately review goals and pre-existing physical conditions that may require specific adjustments and or modifications.

“TO-DO” LIST: 

  • Hydrate properly, ensure you drink plenty of water, half your body weight in Oz throughout the day, add supplemental Electrolytes. (ElectroMIX - @ Tidal Creek Coop)
  • Nutrition, eat light foods about 3 hours before your practice. (Weight Loss Information)
  • Wear light, breathable fabric, something comfortable or specific tech fabric as you will be sweating profusely. (See Our Retail Section for Specific Brands)
  • Yoga mats and towels are required. (See Our Ft. Desk/Retail section for Rentals or Sale of such Items)
  • Arrive 10 minutes before the scheduled Intro Class start time, sign-in & ensure a spot.
  • Review injuries and pressing health issues with your instructor.
  • If you need to leave early, ask your instructor about the best time for you to do so... (Most classes end with Shavasana, a resting pose that is usually never longer than 5 min. While it is a constituent part of class; movement, noises and unsettling energy might be disruptive for the rest of the class)
  • Try to avoid leaving the practice room during class, for better and faster acclimation to heat and humidity.
  • Do your best to follow and listen to your body's limits. Yoga is a life long learning process. Everyone should practice and give their best effort, without passing judgment for themselves or for the person next to them. Yoga's therapeutic welfare is vast and you will benefit from your personal efforts wether you are a new or a seasoned yogi.
  • It is recommended to practice 4-5 times per week to unlock maximum health benefits. But a lesser amount will do just fine if combined with other sports/physical activities.
 


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

HOT & WARM CLASSES FAQs

  1. HOW SHOULD I PREPARE FOR MY FIRST HOT YOGA CLASS?
  2. HOW WILL I FEEL AFTER MY FIRST CLASS?
  3. WHY IS THE ROOM HEATED?
  4. WHAT IF I AM NOT FLEXIBLE?
  5. WILL YOGA HELP ME LOSE WEIGHT?
  6. WHAT ARE THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF HOT YOGA?
  7. IS THERE ANYONE WHO SHOULD NOT DO HOT YOGA?
  8. YOGA ETIQUETTE?
  9. WHY SO HOT?
  10. SHOULD I PRACTICE DURING THE SUMMER?
     



How will I feel after my first class?

  • If you get an exhausted sense of feeling after class, don’ worry. You are detoxifying and cleansing in ways you may not have done so before. Replenish liquids and electrolytes, this will slowly bring your energy levels back to its normal levels.
  • If you practice in the later hours of the afternoon or in the evening, you might be particularly energized from class and therefore you might experience some difficulty sleeping at first. This is a good sign, yoga is truly energizing you! Don’t worry, you don’t have insomnia. It will simply take a few days to adjust to your new schedule and healthy routines.
  • You might experience some soreness and or tightness in the muscles the day after... Come back as soon and as much as possible! Your body is asking you for more, its coming alive and you should keep the process going! Lactic acid build up is caused by the limited capability of oxygen extraction from the blood in you muscle tissues. As you persevere and continue to practice, your body will increase its efficiency at consuming such oxygen during yoga, turning stretching and building muscle mass in a pleasingly challenging way.
  • If you feel nauseous, dizzy, or have a headache and or cramps during or after class, you might be dehydrated. Always drink plenty of water (Half your bodyweight in Oz) especially before every class. Or it could be a sign that you were trying so hard that you weren’t breathing correctly.
  • You might feel very hungry after class, or you might lose your appetite completely. Both reactions are normal and depend on your constitution. Don’t worry too much either way and try to eat healthy and nutritious meals. If your goal is to loose weight or if you are not sure about your diet, ask us for our recommended weight-loss consultant / nutritionist or about our suggested supplements for this practice.

Why is the room heated?

  • The heat makes muscles more elastic and pliable which allows for deeper safer stretching.
  • The heat is a key triggering element in the deep detoxifying benefits of Yoga. Upon full acclimatization you may notice that perspiration will begin sooner, thus becomes more efficient: Detoxifying your body through the largest organ of the human body (the skin), flushing toxins from your blood and metabolic waste from your muscles, conserving sodium  and chloride (a.k.a. Salt).
  • Upon full acclimatization, the heat will enhance blood flow and blood production (up to 27% more) resulting in more oxygen being delivered to the the muscles, joints, the endocrine, thyroid and lymphatic systems; Bringing natural healing and balance back into your body.
  • The heat promotes shorter speeds for glucose and fatty acids breakdown.
  • The heat thins the blood, increasing the heart rate for a strengthening cardiovascular workout.
  • And it feels really good to just let the sweat pour and drip off and out of you!

What if I am not flexible?

  • THIS WOULD BE WHY YOU NEED YOGA THE MOST! Yoga is about gaining flexibility... but more than in your limbs and body it is about flexibility of the mind. This misconception keeps many people from coming to a Yoga class, be different and embark in the blissful journey of yoga.
  • Yoga is about stretching your spine and body in all directions. From the very first class you will learn the concept of “trying the right way” enabling you to receive the benefits of each pose according to your own ability.

Will Yoga help me lose weight?

  • Yes! Regardless of your fitness level, hot yoga can be challenging. Muscles are toned and strengthened. All of the body’s systems are brought into balance.
  • With consistent and dedicated practice you will lose pounds and inches

What are the benefits of Hot Yoga?

The benefits you receive from a regular, devoted yoga practice will vary depending on who you are, your health history, what you put into your practice, and what you may be struggling with physically or mentally.

The most frequently reporting benefits include the following:

  1. Escalation in energy and metabolism
  2. Weight loss and increase in muscle tone
  3. Increase in balance, strength and flexibility
  4. Reduction in heart and respiratory rates
  5. Decrease in blood pressure
  6. Improved functioning of the internal organs
  7. Reduction of insomnia and depression
  8. Strengthening of the immune system
  9. Alleviation of symptoms of chronic disease and energy
  10. Reduction in stress; less reactive in stressful situations
  11. Rejuvenated sense of calm and well being
  12. An inspired positive outlook on life

As with anything, the amount of effort and focus you put into something is directly proportionate to the results you will achieve.
Try your best. Your postures do not have to be ‘perfect’ in order to do yoga. It’s called yoga practice for a reason. All we can ask ourselves is to try the right way with our best effort. The benefits will follow.

Other listed Benefits on the Web: Yoga Journal - Forbes Article

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Is there anyone who should not practice Yoga?

  • If you have high blood pressure, yoga will more than likely help you lower it, still you should check with your doctor before trying a class.
  • If you have Low blood pressure, or are pregnant or nursing you should check with your doctor before trying a class.
  • If you simply do not like the heat... However, you might find that your body learns to like it after a few classes!

Yoga Etiquette?

  • Yoga is more than simply the physical poses; it is a process of understanding and respecting ourselves and those around us.
  • Please remove shoes upon entering the studio
  • Keep street clothes and other personal belongings in the cubbies provided in the changing rooms
  • No cell phones or beepers in the class room
  • No gum in the studio
  • Don’t wear heavy perfumes or colognes to class
  • No talking in the studio before, during and after class
  • Stay in the room during class
  • Take a break at any time by either sitting or lying quietly on your mat
  • At the end of class, please leave quietly being mindful that some people use that time for silence and meditation

Why So HOT?

The heat means we can get into postures more deeply and effectively - plus the benefits of the postures come quickly. Like thousands before you, you will find that practicing yoga in our hot room creates a satisfying and almost addictive feeling of what we like to call " Yoga High"....

This is why we make you sweat!!!!

  1. Your body burns fat more effectively, fat may be redistributed and burned as energy during the class. It is common to lose centimeters of shape in a very short time.
  2. The heat produces a fluid-like stretch allowing for greater range of movement in joints, muscles, ligaments and other supporting structures of the body.
  3. Capillaries dilate in the heat; more effectively oxygenating the tissues, muscles, glands and organs and helping in the removal of waste products.
  4. Your peripheral circulation improves due to enhanced perfusion of your extremities.
  5. Your metabolism speeds up the breakdown of glucose and fatty acids.
  6. You benefit from a strengthening of willpower, self control, concentration and determination in this challenging environment.
  7. Your cardiovascular system gets a thorough workout.
  8. Your muscles and connective tissue become more elastic and allow for greater flexibility with less chance of injury and improved resolution of injury.
  9. Sweating promotes detoxification and elimination through the skin - which is the body's largest eliminating organ.
  10. Just as when your body raises its temperature to fight infection, the raised temperature in the room will assist in improving T-cell function and the proper functioning of your immune system.
  11. Your nervous system function is greatly improved and messages are carried more efficiently to and from your brain.
  12. Metabolism improves in your digestive system and in the body's cells (that is food in the gut and nutrients in the cells).

Should I continue to practice during the Summer?

6 Reasons 2 continue your BeU practice during the summer!

As the weather warms up it can be tempting to skip your Beloved BeU Hot Yoga classes. But stepping up your practice during the summer months can actually reap amazing rewards & benefits that aren’t available in winter. Here are some of the best reasons:

  1. Acclimate. Be Unlimited Yoga, practiced in 104 °F heat and 50% humidity, can help you acclimate to the season’s warmth by “teaching” your body to cool itself more efficiently through sweat. It also arms you with coping tools (focus, concentration and deep breathing) to help you better manage summertime temperatures.
  2. Hydrate. Be Unlimited Yoga encourages you to stay well hydrated by keeping you on top of your water intake, replenishing your electrolytes regularly. During the summer months this can aid outside the Shala as well.
  3. Diet. When you regularly practice you are attracted to a lighter and healthier diet. Some yoga poses are designed to give the intestines an internal massage in order to strengthen them and allow them to release their contents more efficiently. This can help during the summer relieving you from that “full & heavy" feeling.
  4. Energize. The summer heat can make you feel stifled and sluggish, almost lethargic. Be Unlimited Yoga is a great way to Energize & Detoxify by increasing your oxygen intake, balancing the various psycho-somatic systems of the body, sweating and burning a great plethora of calories, all in a 75 minutes class, giving the rest of your day a boost.
  5. Meditate. What better way to spend time focusing on what makes you feel good, healthy and wellbeing aspects of life? Allowing plenty of “me” moments with daily Be Unlimited Yoga sessions will help you deal with the stressful “everything else” factors of life. By focusing solely on U, (in a meditative way) you will benefit from the strengths and virtues only a clear mind possesses, always :)
  6. Prevent. Planning on swimming, hiking, sailing, biking, jogging, beach volleyball-ing and doing any number of other fun summertime sports? Be Unlimited Yoga will enhance your athletic abilities. Really enjoy all the fun and drastically reduce all the insidious muscle-skeletal and joint injuries such activities may bring forth.
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PREPARE FOR BeU's NON HEATED YOGA


We care about your first Yoga experience, therefore the Non Heated BeU Classes are there to unlock the many health benefits to the new comers and seasoned Yogis.
BEGIN BY TRYING, YOUR FIRST CLASS IS FREE! We all start somewhere and to make it even easier we wanted to show you how confident we are that you will love it!
Try your first class for free on us, you will not be disappointed!
Remember: Always review goals and pre-existing physical conditions that may require specific adjustments and or modifications with your instructor before class.

NEW to YOGA STUDENTS “TO-DO” LIST:

  • Hydrate properly, ensure you drink plenty of water and add supplemental Electrolytes.
  • Nutrition, eat light foods about 3 hours before your practice.
  • Wear light, breathable fabric, something comfortable or specific tech fabric if you like. (See Our Retail Section for Specific Brands)
  • Yoga mats and towels are required. (See Our Ft. Desk/Retail section for Rentals or Sale of such Items)
  • Always arrive 10 minutes before the scheduled class start time, sign-in & ensure a spot.
  • Review injuries and pressing health issues with your instructor.
  • If you need to leave early, ask your instructor about the best time for you to do so... (Most classes end with Shavasana, a resting pose that is usually never longer than 5 min unless you wish. While it is a constituent part of class; movement, noises and unsettling energy might be disruptive for the rest of the class)
  • Avoid leaving the practice room during class, to unlock full benefits.
  • Do your best to follow and listen to your body's limits. Yoga is a life long learning process. Everyone should practice and give their best effort, without passing judgment for themselves or for the person next to them. Yoga's therapeutic welfare is vast and you will benefit from your personal efforts wether you are a new or a seasoned yogi.
  • It is recommended to practice 4-5 times per week. But a lesser amount will do just fine if combined with other sports/physical activities.
REGISTER NOW




FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

NON HEATED CLASSES FAQs

  1. HOW SHOULD I PREPARE FOR MY FIRST HOT YOGA CLASS?
  2. WHAT ARE THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF YOGA?
  3. WHAT IF I AM NOT FLEXIBLE?
  4. HOW WILL I FEEL AFTER MY FIRST CLASS?
  5. WILL I GET A GOOD WORKOUT?
  6. IS THERE ANYONE WHO SHOULD NOT DO HOT YOGA?
  7. YOGA ETIQUETTE?




BENEFITS OF YOGA


As you begin your practice you'll surely experience the following benefits:

  • Improved health
  • Back pain relief
  • Joint pain relief
  • Mental clarity
  • Stress relief
  • More balance
  • Flexibility
  • Relaxation
  • Better sleep
  • Injury prevention
  • Blood pressure regulation
  • Endurance build up
  • Strength increase
  • plus many more!
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WHAT IF I’M NOT FLEXIBLE ENOUGH?

Yoga is not about flexibility. Although there are a lot of intimidating "circus-act" pictures on the internet, the reality is that the dedication and lightheartedness required to get there IS Yoga. It's about what happens in between the NOT TOUCHING your toes and actually TOUCHING them that unfolds the benefits. Focus on fostering flexibility of the mind first, it will demystify the process of being able to touch your toes to a simple, non-judgmental approach. That's the practice we promote!

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How will I feel after my first class?

If you get an exhausted sense of feeling after class, don’ worry. You are detoxifying and cleansing in ways you may not have done so before. Replenish liquids and electrolytes, this will slowly bring your energy levels back to its normal levels.
If you practice in the later hours of the afternoon or in the evening, you might be particularly energized from class and therefore you might experience some difficulty sleeping at first. This is a good sign, yoga is truly energizing you! Don’t worry, you don’t have insomnia. It will simply take a few days to adjust to your new schedule and healthy routines.
You might experience some soreness and or tightness in the muscles the day after... Come back as soon and as much as possible! Your body is asking you for more, its coming alive and you should keep the process going! Lactic acid build up is caused by the limited capability of oxygen extraction from the blood in you muscle tissues. As you persevere and continue to practice, your body will increase its efficiency at consuming such oxygen during yoga, turning stretching and building muscle mass in a pleasingly challenging way.
If you feel nauseous, dizzy, or have a headache and or cramps during or after class, you might be dehydrated. Always drink plenty of water (Half your bodyweight in Oz within the 24 hrs period). Or it could be a sign that you were trying so hard that you weren’t breathing correctly.
You might feel very hungry after class, or you might lose your appetite completely. Both reactions are normal and depend on your constitution. Don’t worry too much either way and try to eat healthy and nutritious meals. If your goal is to loose weight or if you are not sure about your diet, ask us for our recommended weight-loss consultant / nutritionist or about our suggested supplements for this practice.

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WHAT IF IT's NOT ENOUGH OF A WORKOUT?
Oh no, we got you. Make sure and discover all yoga classes offered at BeU before you make up your mind!
We offer a few different approaches to a yoga class where in some a more rigorous practice will be the theme.
Remember: although some of our classes are set sequences (always the same) the instructor's personality, approach can be quite different and challenging.

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Is there anyone who should not practice Yoga?
If you have high blood pressure, yoga will more than likely help you lower it, still you should check with your doctor before trying a class.
If you have low blood pressure, or are pregnant or nursing you should check with your doctor before trying a class.
Always consult with your Doctor before beginning your yoga practice.

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Yoga Etiquette?
  • Yoga is more than simply the physical poses; it is a process of understanding and respecting ourselves and those around us.
  • Please remove shoes upon entering the studio
  • Keep street clothes and other personal belongings in the cubbies provided in the changing rooms
  • No cell phones or beepers in the class room
  • No gum in the studio
  • Don’t wear heavy perfumes or colognes to class
  • No talking in the studio before, during and after class
  • Stay in the room during class
  • Take a break at any time by either sitting or lying quietly on your mat
  • At the end of class, please leave quietly being mindful that some people use that time for silence and meditation

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