Everyone is always curious what do I eat after a hot yoga class? Let say you just spent sixty minutes in a one hundred degree room, sweating your day away, and after you leave you get hungry and thirsty. Like with any workout, refueling determines your recovery time. During a hot class, you and especially me, sweat a lot, which you may notice from your sopping clothes and hair. If you sweat that much, that means you loose electrolytes. After class it's a necessity not only to re-hydrate, but also replenish your electrolytes. They're many options to quench your thirst while getting a potassium pick me up. The first option is the ole reliable banana with a big, hefty glass of water. If bananas are not your jam, then they're are a number of juices which you can have. Examples of these juices are coconut water, maple water, or watermelon juice. Or if you happen to go to a class before a meal, then you could have a salad (love sweet greens, I always get a falafel salad with veggies and goat cheese... delisioso) with a coconut water or a hearty smoothie like a blue velvet smoothie from liquiteria or a cashew baby smoothie from juice generation. And if you're feeling ultra decadent you could get a peanut butter acai bowl from the juice shop. This bowl has carbohydrates, liquids, vitamins, and proteins, which will ensure that you can decrease the recovery time.