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Our studio is the only one in the Camberwell and Hawthorn area to feature specialised Far Infrared Ray (FIR) heating panels. FIR heat is a popular choice for Hot Yoga and Bikram Yoga studios in Melbourne as it is a revolutionary form of thermal technology which provides a safe and healthy heat for our yoga classes.

Scientifically proven to benefit those with physical injuries our silent heaters radiate luxurious warmth, similar to the comfort you feel when you are standing outside on a warm sunny day. The heat penetrates deep into the body activating major bodily functions and firing up cellular metabolism. Not to be mistaken for ultraviolet light, which damages and burns the skin, far infrared technology is a natural light energy that is vital to your health and longevity.

For further information about FIR heating, we recommend visiting our supplier’s website, Heat-On.

Make change in your life today, take on a new challenge, and feel the difference! Kula Yoga welcomes you to join us at the studio and try a sweaty, detoxifying hot yoga class for yourself.

The benefits of FIR heating in yoga

Detoxification and elimination of fats, chemicals and toxins from the blood.
Stimulation of enzyme activity and metabolism.

Increased cardiovascular fitness and calorie burning for controlling weight.

A strengthened immune system.
Lowered blood pressure and cholesterol.

Features and functions of FIR heating

One hour in an intense FIR room, burns over 900 calories by raising the metabolism and body temperature.

FIR heat breaks down cellulite, trapped water, fat and waste.
‘Hot yoga’ offers a cardio workout while being subject to these rays, and it will burn significantly more calories than one without heat.
FIR expands capillaries which stimulates increased blood flow, regeneration, circulation and oxygenation.
FIR promotes the killing of many pathogenic (disease causing) bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites.
FIR promotes rebuilding of injured tissue by having a positive effect on the fibroblasts (connective tissue cells necessary for the repair of injury).