Once synonymous with Bikram Yoga, Hot Yoga has now become a recognizable practice itself. Performed in much the same manner as Bikram Yoga, Hot Yoga utilizes a heated room for the performance of various asanas (postures). The essential difference between Hot Yoga and Bikram Yoga is that Hot Yoga is not subject to the strict performance of the 26 specific asanas and the accompanying verbal script which is characteristic of Bikram Yoga. Thus, the actual techniques and methodology of Hot Yoga can vary according to each particular teacher.
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