It's getting hot around the Midlands inside yoga studios. A new twist on the exercise is rapidly gaining in popularity. It's called "hot yoga," a series of yoga poses done in a heated room - a very heated room, as in 90 to 100 degrees!
For an hour or more, those in yoga classes use intense concentration to slowly and gently stretch all parts of the body. Breathing exercises are used to relax, making it easier for the body to push itself.
"Breathing is the hardest thing for me. I don't know. I guess breathing is something you naturally do so it's harder to try and control it," says Colette Callender.
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