ABOUT MR. YOGA

New York Times best selling author & Guinness World Records title holder Daniel Lacerda (aka Mr. Yoga) is the worlds number one authority on yoga poses. This yoga pioneer has been featured in The Washington Post, Vanity Fair, The Huffington Post, Dr. Oz The Good Life, Men’s Health, and Self magazine to name a few.

Daniel’s students include TV celebrities and former Olympic athletes, along with everyday people. His personal goal is to get 1 billion people to practice worldwide. Daniel continues to train others to become certified teachers. All of the models selected to appear on this website are his students. The Mr. Yoga, Inc. office is located in Beverly Hills California.

Daniel’s classes and workshops are dynamic, fun, and inspirational. He is a charismatic and free-spirited teacher. With his upbeat personality and sense of humor, he is able to impart the technical aspects of the practice necessary to have both longstanding and far-reaching results for his students. Daniel encourages his students to apply the notion of challenging themselves to achieve their best on the mat in class to their every day lives.

ABOUT MR. YOGA

New York Times best selling author & Guinness World Records title holder Daniel Lacerda (aka Mr. Yoga) is the worlds number one authority on yoga poses. This yoga pioneer has been featured in The Washington Post, Vanity Fair, The Huffington Post, Dr. Oz The Good Life, Men’s Health, and Self magazine to name a few.

Daniel’s students include TV celebrities and former Olympic athletes, along with everyday people. His personal goal is to get 1 billion people to practice worldwide. Daniel continues to train others to become certified teachers. All of the models selected to appear on this website are his students. The Mr. Yoga, Inc. office is located in Beverly Hills California.

Daniel’s classes and workshops are dynamic, fun, and inspirational. He is a charismatic and free-spirited teacher. With his upbeat personality and sense of humor, he is able to impart the technical aspects of the practice necessary to have both longstanding and far-reaching results for his students. Daniel encourages his students to apply the notion of challenging themselves to achieve their best on the mat in class to their every day lives.

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, selflessness, being one part of the greater good. Nor do you need to look outside yourself. If you have an open mind, a sincere desire to learn and to apply that knowledge on a daily basis, and the commitment to follow through on what you’ve begun, you can achieve self-realization.

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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, selflessness, being one part of the greater good. Nor do you need to look outside yourself. If you have an open mind, a sincere desire to learn and to apply that knowledge on a daily basis, and the commitment to follow through on what you’ve begun, you can achieve self-realization.

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THE EIGHT LIMBS OF YOGA

The Yoga Sutras, also known as, “The Eight Limbs (Ashtanga) of Raja (King) Yoga,” was the first fully developed and recorded system of yoga. Created by Patanjali around 400 CE, this system influences much of the yoga that is practiced today.

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THE EIGHT LIMBS OF YOGA

The Yoga Sutras, also known as, “The Eight Limbs (Ashtanga) of Raja (King) Yoga,” was the first fully developed and recorded system of yoga. Created by Patanjali around 400 CE, this system influences much of the yoga that is practiced today.

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Q&A WITH MR. YOGA

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 who have been in seriously injured, yoga can be used a part of a rehabilitation program, bringing you back to your original (or even better) shape. And for those seeking spiritual enlightenment, yoga provides a path. In fact, for me the most striking benefit of yoga is, hands down, the way it has changed my way of life.

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Q&A WITH MR. YOGA

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 who have been in seriously injured, yoga can be used a part of a rehabilitation program, bringing you back to your original (or even better) shape. And for those seeking spiritual enlightenment, yoga provides a path. In fact, for me the most striking benefit of yoga is, hands down, the way it has changed my way of life.

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FIRST ZEN PRACTICE: THE 1:4:2 HEALING BREATH MEDITATION INSTRUCTIONS

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. The benefits of taking a class are that the instructor can correct your form and keep you from picking up bad habits, and you’ll meet other students with who, you can practice between classes and share similar interest.

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FIRST ZEN PRACTICE: THE 1:4:2 HEALING BREATH MEDITATION INSTRUCTIONS

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. The benefits of taking a class are that the instructor can correct your form and keep you from picking up bad habits, and you’ll meet other students with who, you can practice between classes and share similar interest.

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YOGA FOR WEIGHT LOSS

Successful long-term weight loss has more to do with an increase in mindfulness than the number of calories burned.
As we are increasingly barraged by the food industry’s skillful marketing of fad dieting and processed foods, we gradually forget about the simpler food choices, like eating whole foods. Yoga can help improve your lifestyle by leading you on a path of healthy and mindful eating, without the guilt.

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YOGA FOR WEIGHT LOSS

Successful long-term weight loss has more to do with an increase in mindfulness than the number of calories burned.
As we are increasingly barraged by the food industry’s skillful marketing of fad dieting and processed foods, we gradually forget about the simpler food choices, like eating whole foods. Yoga can help improve your lifestyle by leading you on a path of healthy and mindful eating, without the guilt.

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