Yoga In San Diego California San Diego Yoga is as popular as ever, in fact it's on fire. Hundreds if not thousands of people who want to become healthy in mind, body and spirit are making reservations for classes, retreats and workshops at Grand Yoga Master Jean Pierre's Yoga Wellness Center in the San Diego California area. In addition to all forms of Yoga Jean Pierre offers Karate, Shintaido and Boxing as well as Tai Chi, Bojutsu, Jojutsu and Zenjo which he is credited with creating.
For those who are not familiar with the discipline Yoga provides unheard of benefits. For example Jean Pierre's workshops, classes and retreats offer the most comprehensive techniques known to man. For most healthy people Yoga is a safe non-aerobic form of exercise, it is not however without some risk. According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, most Yoga related injuries are confined to over stretching, something which Jean Pierre is well aware and cautions against in an on-going manner. In fact his training classes do not suffer such injuries.
GRAND MASTER SAN DIEGO Grand Yoga Master Jean Pierre Marques cautions against trying yoga on your own. It's in your best interest to always train with a well-qualified instructor preferably one with many years of experience and is highly regarded in the field.
KNOW YOUR LIMITS As human nature goes we tend to overdo when we begin a new activity and Yoga is no exception. Stay within your predefined limits and before starting your program ask your instructor what path to take. Be sure to take on that suits you not one that seems to be fashionable at the time and above all go slow. This isn't a competition it has physical demands. The basics must be learned. Proper breathing, how to maintain balance are just a couple of hints that beginners tend to overlook.
WARMING UP As with any exercise regimen, cold muscles increase the chance of injury. To maximize benefits it's always best to begin with a proper warm up each time.
STAY HYDRATED Doctors recommend drinking a decent amount of water when engaging in any exercise regimen and this is certainly true with Yoga. This is especially important when doing "hot" Yoga, which is done in a very warm and humid room.
WEAR PROPER CLOTHES Yoga demands free movement. It's what you do. Wear lose fitting clothing to accommodate all positions without restraint and to avoid any uncomfortable or confining felling.
YOUR BODY'S MESSAGE The main message here is this; Yoga isn't supposed to hurt. If you feel any sort of pain you should stop immediately and speak to your instructor. Stop immediately if you have chest pain, or become dizzy. Be especially mindful of any 'out of the ordinary' body pain if you are ingesting prescription medication. http://youtu.be/z0UrtRL4Drg
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