Yoga is gaining more followers in Chile every day. More schools open and more styles appear to practice this discipline from India. Yoga with heat and in suspension are some of the trends that force the market to offer new alternatives.
Aeroyoga is one of the 15 variants of this discipline native to India that are practiced today in Chile. Its main tool is the belt swing and the results are obtained thanks to the suspension. The idea is to do the traditional yoga poses and exercises but hanging.
Another of the preferred versions is the Brikam Yoga. It is 90 minutes of an intense class that takes place in a room heated to 42 degrees Celsius to mimic the climatic conditions of India. The goal is to warm up the muscles, prevent injury, perform deeper exercises, and cleanse the body by removing toxins.
It is estimated that in Chile there are more than 200 schools that teach yoga to about 20,000 students of all ages and characteristics. There seems to be no limits to bringing mind and body together.