How Does Infrared Heat Work?
Infrared heaters convert light directly to heat, warming nearby objects without raising the air temperature. This allows a student in an infrared class to absorb heat while the surrounding air does not. This type of heat is most like natural sunlight. In fact, 80% of the light that makes it to Earth is infrared, making it a form of light that is easily processed by our bodies. Since the air itself does not get hot with infrared heat, it is suitable and tolerable for students especially those with respiratory issues who find it uncomfortable or even risky to go in a heated yoga class. Additionally, infrared heat does not recirculate air thereby reducing the circulation of dirty air and bacteria.
Infrared heat differs greatly from, say, a heater that heats the air in a room, because it actually is absorbed by the skin and has a greater effect on increased circulation, muscle flexibility and detoxification. As your body absorbs infrared waves, molecules begin to vibrate, causing them to start to expel the toxins, fat and impurities from your cells into your blood stream. These will then be released from your body in the form of sweat. The result is an incredible cleansing effect at a cellular level. Your muscles and internal organs will be gently warmed. This form of heat is perfectly safe. Hospitals use infrared heat to keep premature babies warm.
Added benefits of Infrared Heat:
Yoga in our Infrared Studio will give you more than just an amazing workout. There are numerous added health benefits that come along with practicing at our infrared heated studio.
- Detoxification of the Body
- Increased Circulation
- Reduces Pain
- Promotes Cellular Growth
- Enhances Muscular Health
- Speeds Healing of Body Tissue and Post-surgery
- Strengthening of the Cardiovascular System
- Improved Skin Appearance
- Improves Skin Conditions
- Enhanced Collagen Production
- Strengthening of the Immune System
- Reduction of Joint Pain
- Reduction of Cellulite
- Promotes Weight Loss
- Burns Extra Calories
- Stress Reduction