Moksha Hot Yoga

28 Dec

moksha yoga

There are many different types of yoga to practice. Some are very popular, while some others are less popular. With many different types of yoga being practiced today, it may be difficult for you to figure out which style benefits your mind and body the most. so it’s important to find out which type of yoga is right for you. Let explore one of the less popular yet effective yoga method today. It’s called Moksha Hot Yoga.

Moksha Hot Yoga was founded in Toronto, Canada in 2004 by yoga teachers Ted Grand and Jessica Robertson. Though a relative newcomer, this style has quickly gained popularity as over 30 affiliated studios have since opened worldwide, including in Canada, the United States, Switzerland, and the Caribbean. The Moksha method is a set series of about 40 poses done in a hot room. The associated studios follow strict “green” standards for keeping their spaces environmentally friendly, including using sustainable building materials and natural cleansers. They are also committed to offering weekly low-cost classes and karma yoga opportunities to keep yoga classes more affordable.

Moksha yoga is committed to sharing the wisdom of yoga in a safe and nurturing atmosphere in order to bring greater health, happiness and well being into the lives of those in our community. It strives to impart this knowledge in the spirit of healing, love, transformation, and service. It shares a vision of higher states of consciousness and embrace the path of self-realization.

Moksha Yoga is more than a series of postures. It began with the vision of two individuals and has since grown into a worldwide community with classes and studios around the globe.

Each Moksha studio is independently owned by a certified yoga teacher and approved by founders Ted Grant and Jessica Robertson. In order to make sure you are finding an official studio, check the Moksha website. Do note that since the Sanskrit word “moksha” is translated as liberation, freedom, or enlightenment, it is not surprising that there are many yoga studios with this name, some of which are not affiliated with Moksha Hot Yoga.


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