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Why One Class Is Not Enough

 

The dedication of our students inspires us daily. Every student has their own reason for coming to The Hot Room, but once in class, we embrace the heat together. Tammy Millott, who’s been practicing with us since 2016, describes her own personal journey with hot yoga.
 
Tammy is one of those faces that brightens the studio with just the flash of her smile.
After 32 years of nursing, Tammy was looking to show herself some compassion and healing and found this in The Hot Room. 
 
During her first class, Tammy thought to herself, ‘Maybe this isn’t for me’ after feeling a little nauseous and weak. She admits that her first few experiences with hot yoga were definitely challenging, but these hurdles reeled her in. With self-doubting thoughts rushing throughout her mind during class, she began to realize her ability to overcome these thoughts.
 
The progression of Tammy’s yoga journey only grew from there, recognizing more and more what her body truly needed. “I gradually learned what I needed to drink and how often I needed to drink,” Tammy expressed. She always assumed she kept herself hydrated, but realized after taking hot yoga that she was nowhere where she needed to be.
 
“I just felt detoxified and alive,” Tammy said.
 
How do YOU feel after your practice?!


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