Promotes sweating

Increases flexibility

Detox's the body through the second largest organ of elimination, the Skin. 

Blood becomes thinner

Clears the circulatory system

Capillaries dilate oxygenating muscles, tissues, organs, and glands

Increases circulation to hard to reach areas of the body, like the knees and ankles

Improves digestion and peristaltic movement in the colon

Helps to regulate Pepsin and Hydrochloric acid levels

Aids the removal of waste products

Helps regulate cholesterol

Improves sleep and wake cycles

Muscles, fascia and connective tissue become elastic, lessening the chance of injuryinside and outside the hot room

When the body is between three and five degrees above the normal temperature, activity of the thymus gland is multiplied 20 fold. T cells fight infection, which ensure the immune system is functioning properly and helps fight off any virus, infection, fungus, and otherwise.

Warmer temperatures produce a fluid-like stretch that allows for greater mobility of the joints.

Heart Rate becomes elevated which improves the cardiovascular system.

More Calories are burned as the muscles are heated up, between 600-900 calories per 90-minute class. Helping to aid the use of fat for energy.