Hot Yoga! If you know little about yoga you might be thinking tight outfits and sexy poses. Or, you might think it has something to do with the temperature on the thermometer at the top of the sign. Unlikely, given it was actually 35 degrees out. But hot yoga, formally known as Bikram Yoga, is a form practiced in a hot environment that is ideally 105 degrees. The idea behind the heat is to increase flexibility and reduce stress, tension and injury. I imagine a lot of cleansing through sweating also takes place during the typical 90 minute session.
After a session of hot yoga at Scranton's Steamtown Hot Yoga, thirsty and hungry practitioners can indulge in good fruit. Much better than bad fruit.