Poe Yoga's Hot Yoga Classes Offer Clean Heat with FAR Infrared Heating

By: Laura McQuarrie - Jun 8, 2016
References: poeyoga & wellandgood
Most hot yoga classes are operated in studios that use forced hot air systems to deliver heat, which is the same technology that's used in many sweat-inducing saunas. As an alternative to this, Poe Yoga uses FAR infrared heating panels to deliver a cleaner heat.

The FAR infrared heating panels are combined with an oxygen purification system and a humidifier that keeps the air quality in the studio high and steam-free. While the rooms used for hot yoga classes are heated to 104 degrees, practices feel less sticky and more airy as a result, giving people much more space to breathe without feeling suffocated.

Types of classes that are offered through Poe Yoga include vinyasa flow and Bikram-style yoga, as well as boxing, cycling and barre.