Sweating is part of the Ashtanga yoga system.
Our bodies are all different. It is said that men sweat more and easier than women as they have more perspiratory glands. We all are able to sweat more or less.
To practice in warm rooms facilitates sweating.
I usually do not sweat much, but sweating during my yoga practice developed like my practice. Beside the hot room the reasons why this is so is firstly I breathe deeply during my practice. I used to forgot it in the first years. Secondly I'm much more able to reach my limits. I've learned how to put energy in a practice, how to exhaust myself, how to be focused. I go on when it gets tough. This develops with the time.
Oh, I had an excellent practice this morning. Urdhva dhanurasana was fantastic, I had the feeling it will happen that I stand up from this pose during my life span.
I could jump into buja pindasana.
What drives me crazy is that I feel like napping in the afternoon. I sleep like a dead person. Also my naps intensified. Perhaps my entire life became more and more intensive...hahahaha.
I rediscovered the book: "Happy yoga" by Steve Ross. I recommend it for those who are interested in 7 reasons why there is nothing to worry about. Inspiring book, inspiring yogi.