In our hot yoga class you are instructed to "try the right way" to practice each yoga posture correctly and safely, rather than being shown the postures then hoping that you have got it right. Everyone's body is different and there are some things that are just not possible at that time, and so adjustments are made to take into account an injury or condition allowing the benefits of the yoga to continue and progress.
A toasty way to tone-up, Bikram yoga (developed by Bikram Choudhury, celebrity fitness expert) is also known as hot yoga because the exercise takes place in a warm and humid room.
Bikram is a system of 26 postures (called asanas) and two breathing exercises (called pranayama) designed to work the entire body. Though exercising in an atmosphere of at 40.5°C (105°F) heat and around 40% humidity might feel a bit odd at first, it's thought to increase flexibility, and getting a bit sweaty will help purge your body of toxins too.
Read more about Bikram yoga here.