Koikkara
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hot yoga defines....?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Hot yoga refers to yoga exercises performed under hot and humid conditions. Often associated with the style devised by Bikram Choudhury, hot yoga is now used to describe any number of yoga styles that use heat to increase an individual's flexibility in the poses.[In colder climates, hot yoga often seeks to replicate the heat and humidity of India where yoga originated
Koikkara
  • Koikkara
so if he does in AC, u call it as COOL Yoga?
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  • anonymous
ur so funny.

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Koikkara
  • Koikkara
just copying and pasting doesn't make sense...
anonymous
  • anonymous
i want to share this link but it would be difficult 4 u when u using cell phone i guess?
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  • Koikkara
share watevr u like...i use laptop by the way... **All suggestions and opinions about this topic are Welcome**
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok this is from wikipedia

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