Frequently Asked Questions - Yoga for BJJ
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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!
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You should click right here to find that out, Sebastian will talk you through it.
Also use our order of progress sheet by clicking here
These pdf tracking sheets might do the trick!
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.
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General Yoga Questions
Usually, no. The classes are designed to warm you up as you do them.
If you would like to do a little extra to loosen up before your class then check out our Official warm up routine.
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No matter what mat you use, don’t let it get dirty, as dust and sand will make it less sticky. Ask yourself this question as well: “How much will this mat start to slip after I start sweating?
Head over to our rehab library and choose the back rehab program that most suits your pain/injury type. You’ll find them if you click here
Another program you can do is the back pain program. It has exercises Sebastian used when fixing his herniated disc issues so it is tried and tested.
That’s fine, they don’t need to! Obsessing over that is a very white belt thing to do, kinda like choking someone from the guard. The goal in downdog should be to straighten your arms and your back. You can bend the knees and get into a comfortable stretch for the back of your legs!
You can also check out this article if you want to learn more about the pose and how to do it correctly!
Quite simply, yes. I would say that it is much easier to feel the positive effects of yoga if you are inflexible, because it can only get better. In fact, we have 4 Yoga for Rocks Programs on the website specifically designed for those who need some SOS assistance!
Flows are normally better as a standalone workout and perfect as a warm-up before BJJ and stretches are better after a long day or after training. There is nothing really wrong with doing them at any time, except for maybe long static stretching sessions before training (science shows that that isn’t the best idea). For the morning specifically, we created a morning bundle with morning yoga flows for when you are feeling sleepy and tight.
How do I become a certified Yoga for BJJ instructor?
To become a certified Yoga for BJJ instructor you have to attend one of our teacher training courses.
If you are interested or would like more information on our teacher trainings courses click here.
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