Frequently Asked Questions - Yoga for BJJ
The site is an affordable subscription-based website, where we offer a yearly and monthly subscription, without contracts or shady deals.
First, click here to register on Yoga for BJJ. Before that you can click on the programs and see which videos are available to our members. When you feel ready for the benefits and effects of yoga on your own body, you are ready to subscribe as a member!. The monthly subscription is 19$ per month, that’s about 60 cents per day, and you will get access to over 500 videos (and counting)! The yearly is $228 per year with downloadable content. It’s also a discount and an awesome push to get your butt on a yoga mat
We offer a full refund if you are not satisfied after the first month (has yet to happen).
Yes, Stripe accepts most debit cards that have the option to make online purchases.
Ok, then there are a couple of things to check:
1. Make sure you have a credit or debit card with sufficient funds.
2. If you are based in the United States it’s possible that your bank blocked the transaction because it is charged from outside of the country, if you give them a call they can unblock it for you
3. If all else fails, give it another go in an hour. The mysteries of the internet will never be completely understood. Of course you can also reach out to our customer service and we will help ASAP!
Email email@example.com if none of the above works!
If you have a serious injury, talk to your doctor or physiotherapist and ask if yoga is OK.
Then, check out the Yoga for BJJ rehab programs here – www.yogaforbjj.net/rehab-programs-on-yoga-for-bjj
We have a ton of rehab programs filmed by our licensed osteopath Rosi Sexton. She’s not just your ordinary osteopath though. She’s a former UFC veteran and BJJ brown belt. You could say she has as much experience with grappling injuries and their rehab as you could possibly find. Check out the programs, find the rehab program for your injury and start rehabbing. Many positions are great if you are hurt, while others might aggravate and make it worse.
With the Yoga programs though, a bit of sensitivity and self-preservation is needed here, and I would never give general advice to specific conditions (as I am not a doctor or specialist). That being said, I think most people will benefit from practicing yoga on a regular basis, injured or not! Go slow and don’t push it and you will be good.