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Common Questions (F.A.Q.)

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The main benefits of yoga are strength building, increased flexibility, improved balance, and greater body awareness. It also helps to improve breathing capacity, breathing awareness, and mindfulness development. There are countless other proven benefits as well, including support in weight loss, improving sleep and sleep quality, improving postures, relieving back pain, joint pain, recovery from back injury or surgery, injury-prevention, as well as the mental benefits such as stress relief, decreased anxiety, and being more calm. There are MORE resources in particular that do a good job of explaining the benefits of our yoga programs, by Mazharul Alam (yours truly):

Here I will give the links of the blogs written on the benefits of our programs. And check out our BLOG section to learn more.

Yes! Yoga has been proven to help you lose weight, and for multiple reasons.

1. Yoga is exercise, and exercising regularly helps you lose weight. Not just because of calories burned, but because regular exercise causes you to think about your health more frequently, and helps to make healthier decisions.

2. Yoga helps with stress relief and mindfulness, which can curb stress-eating or other unhealthy practices that lead to weight gain.

3. Yoga – when practiced with an emphasis on strength – can help you build muscle, and this helps you burn more calories when you are at rest by increasing your basal metabolic rate (BMR). (Not all yoga helps to build muscle though, that’s why in our WEIGHT LOSS program we include such exercises that are extremely effective in this regard.)

That being said, everybody is different, and depending on your genetics, stress, and many other factors, results vary from person to person. It should also be mentioned that not all yoga is the same, but our WEIGHTLOSS Yoga has been proven to help you lose weight and build muscle through its strength-focused approach. For the best result in weight loss, a yoga should be combined with (1) healthy eating (diet), (2) high-quality sleep (usually 8 hours per night), (3) consistent stress management, and (4) certain supplementary exercises, like cardio and strength training (that we do twice a week).

Well, I can’t and I shouldn’t speak for all yoga programs, but our WEIGHT LOSS Yoga can burn about 500-700 calories in just one hour. Well, this all depend on the gender, age, amount of focus and practice of the individuals. If you do the postures passively, you probably won’t burn 800 calories in one hour. But if you do an intense workout actively and follow along with the instructions, you will burn a high amount of calories – especially when compared to a typical yoga class. If you’re interested in whether or not yoga burns calories because you’re trying to lose weight, I encourage you to change your way of thinking. The amount of calories you burn during a workout doesn’t really matter in the overall scope of weight loss. That’s because you’re never going to outtrain a bad diet. And if you burn a lot of calories during your workout, your body is going to want to consume more calories to make up for those lost calories, and overeating and overindulging is where people really tend to gain weight. You do not need to take exercise as a punishment for what you ate. You can take it as a celebration of what your body can do.

No, we do not, and it is because of privacy and security reasons.

We encourage your clients to have a definite plan and simple daily routine where he/she will keep just 1 hour for yoga. Alhamdulillah, majority of our clients are well motivated and join the classes on time.

For overall fitness, you don’t have to do yoga every day, but you should do at least 2-3 times per week, usually for minimum 30 minutes per session. You can also read my blog about “how often and how long to do yoga?” by clicking here: (blog link)

Our FITNESS yoga is enough for most of the people to keep fit. There are tons of physical benefits of yoga, but when merged with a healthy balanced diet and good amount of quality sleep, then an effective and fitness-centric yoga program helps you build muscle, improve body balance, increase strength and flexibility, and improves your overall wellness. However, I do recommend walking for about 20-30 minutes a day. However, if you want to build significantly more muscle mass or improve your performance in particular sports, you should also do sport-specific training and resistance training.

Of course! Yoga helps you build muscle, both directly and indirectly. Some poses are even more effective than others are in building muscle mass, while other poses help to indirectly build muscle by improving flexibility, mobility, and decreasing recovery time. “Vinyasa yoga” is a great form of yoga for building muscle and improving flexibility. Our FITNESS program and WEIGHT LOSS program, both help you build muscle directly by increasing strength and endurance, but also indirectly by improving your muscle activation, increasing flexibility & mobility. We should remember one thing that “muscle building” and “muscle fattening” are not the same thing, yoga does not help one the fatten the muscles but definitely builds.

This is one of the biggest concerns, specially, from people who have not done yoga before. The biggest problem is that most yoga classes are designed in a way that makes it impossible for many people who aren’t flexible, and don’t have yoga experience. But we know that yoga is not only for them who ARE already flexible, but also for them who WANT TO BE flexible. So, you can definitely join us, in particular you can join our FITNESS program, if flexibility is your primary concern. However, please feel free to talk to us if you have any other health concerns so that we can precisely guide you.

Stretching (passive / active) is just one part of yoga. Yoga also involves (1) isometric exercises that build strength and mobility (in poses/postures), (2) slow-moving, dynamic exercises that help build body awareness and control, (3) emphasis on breathing to help you improve your body-mind connection, (4) balancing postures to help you develop your strength and improve balance.

Stretching is casual thing – it is something you can do while watching a movie or TV without too any attention. It helps you release muscle tension, lengthens muscles, and relieves joint pain – but it has no lasting effects. Yes, you may get some temporary benefits but from a good strength and mobility-focused yoga program – even if it is for beginners – has much more long-lasting benefits. It improves your focus, increases flexibility and mobility, builds strength, improves balance, increases mindfulness, and so much more. It involves much more focus – it is something you are completely involved in and demands 100% attention.

Honestly speaking, you are never too old for yoga.

However, you might have some physical limitations for which you may not be able to cope up with the other group members. However, you and we all know that exercise is essential for your health. Therefore, we have developed a RECORDED program for the SENIOR citizens. It is either available on our website or it will be available soon. You can enrol to that program; practice at your own place, and at your own pace.

For home yoga, all you need is a yoga mat, a block, and a strap (optional). If you do not have a block or a strap, then you can use a stack of books and a belt or towel or gamchha.

No, you do not need. You can practice yoga wearing any comfortable dress. However, the dress should be loose fit so that you can move from one pose to other easily and you do not feel any kind of discomfort in adjusting the dress during the session. The dress should be something that do not distract your own or others attention, because the focus of yoga is not only to gain physical fitness, but also to have mental and other aspects of fitness.

Unfortunately, we do not offer trial or demo sessions. Yes, we understand your concerns, such as you may be thinking that if you cannot cope up with the class, you will lose your money. Let me clear one thing for you, you will not understand your ability from just ONE session. You have never heard about yoga, you may need 3-4 sessions to understand “how it’s done?”. But after one demo session, if you make-up your mind with a negative input that “yoga is not your cup of tea”, then you will be the looser and may be you will remain sceptical. Therefore, we do not offer trial / demo sessions for your own benefit.

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