‘Start warm then get hot’ with heated yoga mat

- December 3rd, 2010

girl_topA heated yoga mat … what will they think of next?

Here’s the press release that was issued yesterday:

Los Angeles, USA – (December 2, 2010) – Hot Yoga is HOT.

The number of people participating in hot yoga and Pilates is soaring. Many confess they would love the idea of exploring hot yoga or some exercise routine. But working out, getting in shape with all its benefits has its fair share of drawbacks.

For most, the excuses are typical: It’s too hard, the club or studio is too far, it’s too expensive and the most frequently used, I don’t have time!

Now there is SolarFlex: a new product that may take all of these excuses off the table. SolarFlex is a simple but sophisticated workout solution. Simple because all you need do is lay on it to experience the benefits. Sophisticated; because it produces far infrared heat which enables anyone, regardless of age or fitness level to start simple. The key word for most of us wanting to get in shape is “start.”

When lying on the SolarFlex mat you experience a soothing far infrared heat that penetrates deep into the body. Users report a feeling of becoming limber much quicker, warming up fast and stimulating an energetic feeling and the confidence to just do more.

“This heat helps me feel more comfortable with my stretching routines. I’m more flexible and I’m able to go much further without pain,” says June Kahn, the 2009 idea world IDEA fitness instructor of the year.

Far infrared is a form of heat that matches the human body so perfectly that the heat penetration goes far deeper and much hotter than traditional convection heat.

girl_bottom01It’s a unique exercise mat, explains the inventor: David Shurtleff. “My experience dealing with far infrared heat therapy has been quite extensive. Examining results of many thousands of customers and clients who used the far infrared LuxSauna motivated me to develop SolarFlex. Far Infrared therapy is extraordinary in its capacity to remedy most of our aches and pains while helping to eliminate toxins.”

LuxSauna was responsible for bringing far infrared sauna technology to the US and placing them in many of the most successful alternative health retreats and cancer clinics.

So now you can combine the benefits with far infrared, with a small dose of cardio exertion and you have an ideal way to eliminate the excuses and a perfect start to a whole new routine, one which allows you (in the comfort of your own home) to produce the change you desire.

Imagine the options: You pay $60 a week to go to HOT yoga classes that may or may not fit into your busy schedule. Then you get hot and sweaty in a crowd full of others getting hot and sweaty.

Or, you plug in the SolarFlex far infrared (Hot Yoga) mat in the privacy of your own home. Lie down, then after a couple minutes you feel the warm sensation that makes you feel good relaxed and ready to move. It feels so good – you won’t want to stop. Is it time for you to lose the excuse – start every day warm, then get hot.

Cleanse your body and spirit in Camel pose

Hot yoga helps clear your body of tensions, thanks to the fat-reducing temperatures that clear out internal toxins, while the meditative state of yoga style workout give you peace of mind.  You can set the SolarFlex mat’s adjustable temperature controls anywhere between 68 and 140 degrees, to assure that your work out is in optimal conditions.

Practice the Half-Moon pose anywhere

Rather than avoiding working out while traveling, or attempting to use hotel towels as a yoga mat, just take the SolarFlex with you. The lightweight mat only weighs five pounds, and unlike similar styles, it comes with its own handled- carry bag.

Pricing and Availability

SolarFlex is available online at SolarFlexMat.com for $249.95 plus shipping. The mat is 63 ¾” by 23 ½” and comes with a carry bag and an instructional DVD. The mat weighs five pounds, and has a variable temperature setting for easy adjustments.

About Solarflex

SolarFlex is an insulated, water proof exercise, yoga mat with slip free surface along with a heating capability above 140. Carbon heating elements produce far infrared heat at the perfect range to match the human body. So compared to old fashioned heating mats that produce convection heat – penetrating only millimeters, but burning the skin, this heat penetrates virtually at the speed of light because there’s no resistance. You feel the heat penetrating deeply – enabling your muscles to relax and you instantly become more flexible. This deep penetration is the source of new energy, flexibility and fat melting benefits.

About HOT Yoga

HOT Yoga is a system of yoga synthesized from traditional yoga techniques and popularized beginning in the early 1970s. HOT yoga classes run approximately 90 minutes and consist of a set series of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises. HOT Yoga is ideally practiced in a room heated to 105°F with a humidity of 40%. HOT Yoga’s goal is toward general wellness and the heated studio facilitates deeper stretching and injury prevention, while reducing stress and tension.

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