Not long ago, I became a certified yoga teacher and opened my very own personal studio. Thus far, the preferred class is the Hot Yoga, for all age groups. Yoga is already a sensible way to meditate, stretch and increase your flexibility, but turning up the heat takes it to an entirely new level. People like pouring out so much sweat. It really feels cleansing, and lets you know that you are are doing something great for your physical structure. The higher intensity makes it a more suitable work out over all. To make my studio hot enough, I’ve got to keep my HVAC unit on blast as soon as the studio is open. Studios must be over 100 degrees for hot yoga. Everything was going great on my opening day, until the 2nd class. I had an impulsive nosebleed while teaching thirty trainees. Then everyone started complaining about how dry the air felt inside of the studio. I started to feel a great deal of anxiety! I excused myself from the class and quickly looked up an area HVAC company. I explained what was going on and how I needed a solution quickly! They told me I should install a humidifier. My extreme heating was dehydrating the air in the studio. That is why it was feeling so dry and caused my nose to bleed. The humidifier will definitely replenish the moisture within the air. I sent a couple of studio employees to buy several humidifiers right away. They were fairly simple to install, and made a major difference. We could now enjoy the intense heat we needed for our class, without all of the negative adverse reactions. This extra investment in humidifiers turned out to be very important to my business’s success.