Radiant Yoga, El Dorado Hills

Radiant Yoga, El Dorado Hills

530 Post Ct El Dorado Hills, CA 95762
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The benefits of yoga on the mind and body can’t be stressed enough. Vinyasa yoga which creates a harmony between the breathing and postures gives you the best of both worlds i.e. mental and physical fitness. But why stop here? You can still take your yoga to the next level by utilizing infrared heat. This form of yoga, called radiant yoga, allows the yogi to not only reap the benefits of the yoga postures and breathing but also take advantage of the healing and relaxing properties of infrared rays.

Here are some of the benefits of radiant infrared heat with yoga aka Radiant Yoga.

Flawless Skin
Infrared rays help undo the damage caused to the skin due to various factors such as age and exposure to heat, UV rays, or dust etc. It penetrates into the skin and improves blood circulation, boosts the elasticity of the skin and evens out the skin tone, thereby giving you flawless skin that is free of fines lines, wrinkles, marks, and scars.

Weight Loss and Detox
Just 30 minutes of radiant yoga will have you sweating buckets. The heat elevates your heart rate and increases the rate of blood flow. The number of calories burnt in the process is equal to those burnt in a session of heavy cardio exercise or running for 2 to 3 miles. Moreover, the excessive sweating along with the increase in body temperature helps flush out toxins from the body and boost the production of white blood cells.

Pain Relief
The heat penetrates to a depth of 3 inches within the skin. This helps improve the circulation of blood. This means more oxygen is transported to the muscles and body. This way, radiant yoga provides relief from pain, inflammation, and general soreness in the body.

These are only some of the many benefits that you stand to gain from vinyasa yoga combined with infrared heat. Do try it out for yourself.

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