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Kellie Pickler Tweets The Secret To Her Sexy (And Sweaty) Body: Yoga

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What do church and yoga have in common? You’ll have to ask Kellie Pickler! You know the euphoria you feel after a really good workout? Well, country singer Kellie Pickler has another phrase for the blissful sensation she gets after an intense yoga class: dirty divinity! “Just left my 1st Hot Yoga class of 2010. I was sweating like a whore in church. I gotta get my booty in SHAPE!!” the 23-year-old American Idol alum tweeted Feb. 2. Your booty looks pretty in shape to us, Kellie. Wanna trade?, P.S. Everyone sweats like a whore in church during Bikram – a.k.a. hot – yoga! The room temperature is set to no less than 95-100 degrees — it’s literally like a hot and smelly BO sauna. Have YOU ever tried hot or Bikram yoga? If you haven’t, would you now after you’ve read our description?

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Hot Yoga Mama or Mouth Breather?

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So, do you guys ever read "O", Oprah's magazine? My mom gave me a subscription for Christmas, even though I don't watch her show. Oprah's show, not my mom's. Usually I just flip through it and think to myself, "Why are they always talking about finding the "right kind of jean for your body type"? Because unless you are buying me jeans, I am bored. Anyway. The last few issues featured a two-part article about this woman who did the 60-day Bikram Yoga challenge. And immediately I said, "That's crazy!" But then I thought, well, I'm crazy too - maybe I should try it? Since I was going to write about it for Edhat, I decided to do the 10-day Bikram Yoga challenge. (Also because the local Bikram studio had a great 10-consecutive class deal). I was thinking, just thinking about it for a while, not telling anybody. But then I mentioned it to my dad, and he freaked out. "You're going to do what? It's 105 degrees in there? You'll get sick!" I told him that I wasn't going to recreate the Bataan Death March, that it was just yoga - yoga in a very warm room.

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Bikram offers hotter option to everyday yoga

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Sweltering temperatures, dripping sweat and the hum of practiced breathing invigorate the senses inside Bikram Yoga College of India’s Flagstaff studio. Bikram yoga is a unique form of exercise consisting of a series of 26 poses performed in a heated room to allow one’s entire body to become calescent. Experienced practitioners claim maintaining at least 105-degree room temperatures allows for deeper stretching and detoxing of the body through the opening of pores. Yogiraj Bikram Choudhury began the practice in India and later brought his methods to the rest of the world. Choudhury’s “Hot Yoga” has become a worldwide sensation, with studios in nations including Argentina and the United Arab Emirates. It is even gaining a following among NAU students. Scott Bateman, a junior psychology major, said he tried Bikram for the first time to satiate his desire for an experience that would both challenge his body and his mind. “I’ve done medium to advanced yoga classes before, and they don’t even compare to Bikram,” Bateman said. “Afterward, besides being super sweaty, your muscles will be extremely relaxed, and you’ll be centered both physically and mentally.”

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Turning up the heat with bikram yoga

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February is traditionally one of the coldest months of the year, so why not work off some of those pounds in the blistering heat?, Bikram yoga has participants posing and exercising in a room where the temperature is a constant 105 degrees. Bikram Choudhury brought this hot yoga over to america in the 1970s. The exercises are the same Bikram would do outdoors on a summer day in Calcutta. Besides the temperature, the room is elevated to 40 percent humidity. They say for your first time trying it out, your body will take about 30 or 40 minutes to get used to the heat.

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Yoga for Foodies Trend Stretches to Chicago

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Classes offer yoga sessions followed by a meal,Love yoga? Love food? Save time by combining the two with Yoga for Foodies, a practice that's making its way to Chicago's Province restaurant in March. It combines vegan food with Bikram yoga, as described in Monday's New York Times from a session at a New York studio."All had signed up for a strange new hybrid of physical activity: first an hour of vigorous, sweaty yoga, then a multicourse dinner of pasta, red wine and chocolate. As soon as the lights went up, dinner was served on the floor: an (almost) seamless transition designed to allow the yogis to taste, smell and digest in a heightened state of awareness." Province has teamed up with Yahoo! Wellness Expert David Romanelli for a March 8 event called "Jam Sessions: Yoga for Foodies." It doesn't say whether that meal will take place right on the yoga mats. The 312 Dining Diva, who first reported on the trend making its way to Chicago, isn't impressed, calling the practice "unsanitary." "I'm all about exploring yourself through yoga -- and of course I'm all about the food ... but this is beyond," she said.

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Meet Kent Katich, yoga guru of the NBA

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Yoga instructor Kent Katich leads the Clippers in a group session at the team's practice facility. Baron Davis shifts from one yoga pose to another as Kent Katich, the Clippers' "yoga coach," guides the veteran guard through a pregame routine in the Staples Center locker room. Yes, the Clippers have a yoga coach. It's the kind of thing that might raise eyebrows elsewhere, but hey, it's Hollywood. Isn't everyone into those kinds of things out here? You know, drinking wheatgrass, driving Priuses, doing yoga. Of course, this is still the NBA, in which Gatorade abounds, SUVs are the ride of choice and yoga has definitely never been a legitimate part of the equation -- until now. Katich isn't the first person with NBA ties to promote the practice of yoga (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has been a fan since the mid-1970s), but Katich is certainly revolutionizing the way NBA players approach the Eastern tradition. He is the only yoga instructor working full-time with an NBA team, currently or -- as far as he can tell -- in the history of the league. "I've been around a long time," Katich said, "and I've never seen it, never heard about it, and it's the kind of thing that I would have heard of."

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