Bikram yoga

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Bikram yoga

(ˈbɪkrɑːm)
n
a form of yoga in which traditional exercises are performed at high temperature and humidity. Also called: hot yoga
[C20: named after Bikram Choudhury (born 1946), Indian-born US yoga instructor]
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