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Yoga is more than just a flexibility exercise – though it’s great for that, too. Yoga is also a combination of breathing exercises, physical postures (some very challenging and strengthening), and meditation that has been practiced for more than 5,000 years.


In our beautiful yoga studio, we teach Hatha yoga, vinyasa style – which is easy enough for beginners, but will make you sweat! We’ll show you how consistent yoga practice helps you de-stress and build your strength and flexibility.

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Benefits of practicing yoga
Besides enhancing your flexibility and balance and relieving stress, yoga also helps improve your mental focus. It can also help boost your mood and sense of well-being. And yoga is a great way to improve your self-discipline.

Yoga can also help you manage a lot of chronic conditions and improve your overall health. Not only that, but yoga can help improve specific conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease, depression, pain, anxiety and insomnia.


Yoga and health conditions
In general, yoga is a safe form of exercise that anyone can do at any fitness level. However, if you are pregnant or have a condition such as a herniated disk, severe osteoporosis or uncontrolled high blood pressure, you should consult your doctor before beginning a yoga class. You may have to avoid or modify certain poses or stretches, but there are plenty of safe ways to practice yoga even if you aren’t in the best of health. And your yoga instructor can also help you adapt the postures to your own fitness level, whether you need something easier or you’re ready for something more advanced!

Yoga training from East Coast United BJJ
Yoga trains the mind and body to work together to strengthen your body, improve your immune response, and reduce the negative health effects of generalized stress. That’s why yoga is classified as a form of alternative medicine as well as a form of exercise.


At East Coast United BJJ, we welcome students of all shapes and physical abilities to participate in our yoga classes. We have highly trained and well qualified instructors who will help you learn and enjoy the art and discipline of yoga.

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