The most complete collection of yoga asanas ever photographed, and the first-ever to categorize an astonishing 2,100 yoga poses. This beautifully designed book is a must-have for yogis of all levels and every practice. 2,100 Asanas is an unprecedented, meticulously crafted...Read More
1. What are the biggest benefits of yoga? Yoga has many amazing benefits. For athletes, it can boost performance and reduce the risk of injury. It can help reduce stress and boost the immune system, reducing the number of sick days you may have to take off of work. For those...Read More
Pursue your passion for Yoga. This online program is a prerequisite for the Mr. Yoga Teacher Training certificate program. It covers all the necessary essentials to get you started: yoga history and philosophy, breathing techniques, yoga poses and how to structure a class, and...Read More
A MESSAGE FROM MR. YOGA. The ultimate goal of yoga is self-realization. You do not need to go to the mountaintop to find it or pay a teacher to show you the way. There are currencies that we exchange with one another that are much more valuable than money: kindness,...Read More
OFFICIAL MR. YOGA GLOBAL AMBASSADORS MrYoga.com ambassadors have been hand selected based upon their unique talents and successes. Our yoga ambassador’s goal is to guide you through your yogic journey by contributing quality content to MrYoga.com. Our extensive online library...Read More
A MESSAGE FROM MR. YOGA Welcome to the Mr. Yoga, Inc. global family. All of the models that appear on this website are students of mine. The photos you see on this website are samples from our upcoming book, 2,100 Asanas. This is the most complete collection of yoga...Read More
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Meditation, Chi Kung and Yoga are best learned from a teacher in a class situation, but videos or books can help. All are relatively inexpensive, and once you learn proper techniques, ten square feet of quiet space is all you need to practice at home, in a park, or even on the beach.