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With a studio at a scorching 105 degrees and humidity levels at 30% to 40%, hot yoga is not for the faint of heart—or body. Based on the theory that yoga practiced in a heated room helps deepen your stretches and remove more toxins from your system, this Upper East Side yoga studio is packed with the City's tautest men and women. Two types of classes are offered: hot vinyasa (also known as vinyasa flow) and hot sequence, a practice unique to New York Yoga in which 37 postures and two breathing poses are practiced per session. Sign up early for the crowded, sweaty fun.