This is a great question but we would recommend that you discuss this with the location you are planning to teach in, for any considerations they require you to have or that you need to be aware of before commencing. Teaching in a hot environment is very different from teaching in a regularly heated space and will require extra attention and modifications to remain safe and accessible.
One thing is for certain, which is super important, is that you will need to check with your yoga insurance provider that you are covered to teach Hot Yoga on your insurance plan, and if not, you would need to add that option to your insurance coverage.
As Your Yoga Flow does not have a Hot Yoga-specific course, we would also encourage you to source some further training that is specific to Hot Yoga and in-depth, to ensure you are teaching safely and have all the resources and skills that you need.
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