Heel Hook Hunter
Posted On:3/04/2011 5:48am
Style: Jiu Jitsu | Knife
Originally Posted by Monad
Any particular reason you chose Bikram? I looked into it and it gave me a lot of red flags with regards to the creator, his statements and litigous practices. Plus doesn't it get boring doing the same twenty some poses every class?
I'm just curious because I'm also in DC but have been steered to YogaDistrict with the quality of some of thier instructors and the reults from the practice. Is there something I'm missing out on in the Bikram style?
1. The Yoga Place I go to is > 1 mile from my house
2. The Hot Room really loosens you up
3. I can care less about the creator
4. I am/was very inflexibility so sticking with the same postures lets me see improvement.
I am not going to argue its the best yoga. I only being doing it for a couple of weeks. But I like the school I am going to.
Posted On:3/04/2011 1:17pm
Style: Danzan Ryu Jujitsu
There is definitely much to be said for convenience and suitability when training!
Posted On:3/04/2011 6:13pm
Style: Limalama, Judo & BJJ
I've been doing Prasara Yoga for a couple years now (I just started teaching it too) and its excellent for mobility and strength training. There is no spiritual stuff and its a fairly pragmatic training approach. You can find some examples on youtube pretty easily but there isn't any really free resources for it other than youtube that I can think of.
Posted On:3/06/2011 2:36pm
Simply, yes Yoga is great for everything! I don't focus much time on it and I'v only done one Yoga class. I would like to do it again though!
Posted On:3/15/2011 10:24am
there is a dvd put out by a BJJ practitioner that is yoga for fighers, I'd look into that. It skips all the hippie love crap and gets to the meat and potatoes of what you are looking for.
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