Bikram is a yoga method consisting of 26 permanent poses and two breathing exercises that are taken from the traditional yoga stream.
The Bikram method is practiced at temperatures of 40° C and 50% humidity, to allow maximum range of motion, flexibility and softening of muscles, along with intensive sweating. The transition between the poses is gentle and structured to allow the positions to be executed in the body in the best possible way.
The various positions strengthen the spine, squeezing and twisting the internal organs to enable effective detoxification, and affect the thyroid gland responsible for the secretion of hormones in the body.
The Bikram method helps absorb oxygen to the body’s various cells and injects fresh blood into all parts of the body, relieving mental and physical stress.