About Us

Mind Body Connection Yoga (MBC Yoga) is a holistic (health) Yoga therapy center, where you can unwind and rejuvenate yourself with practice of Ashatanga Yoga. This health center began in year 2000 with a purpose to help mankind live a healthy and happy life. Our simple motto is by practicing yoga one can have Self-awareness, motivation for Selfless service and love for all sentient beings while realizing the fact that the whole world is one family.

What is yoga

  • Yoga is a 5,000-year-old scientific methodology to keep your body and mind healthy and balanced.
  • The word “Yoga” is derived from the Sanskrit root “Yuj” meaning to unite. Thus, its goal is the unification of body and mind.
  • Yoga is the restraining of the mind’s activities, means it reduces number of thoughts and helps one’s in becoming master of his own mind.
  • Yoga is an ancient, non-religious form of exercise and self-discipline, which promotes fitness, flexibility, and mental calmness.
  • Yoga is a scientific discipline leading one to a healthy and happy life.

Our yoga classes are appropriate for all ages. No prior yoga experience is needed. Classes include physical posture, breathing, relaxation and meditation techniques. At MBC Yoga, we teach Yogic principles and how to incorporate them in life to reduces stress and depression.

Age-appropriate sessions are held every day. All Our classes are offered online, too. Contact us for details.

At our center, we provide various kinds of services, such as:

  • Private Yoga classes
  • Group Yoga lessons
  • Private Therapy for clients suffering with physical illness, mental issues like stress, anxiety, or depression.

Benefits of Yoga

Yoga when used as a form of alternative medicine is a combination of physical postures, breathing exercises, and meditation. Yoga heals mind and body by stimulating the energy centers of the body known as ‘chakras’.Yoga has been used for medicinal purposes for over 5,000 years.

Yoga promotes whole-body fitness

  • Yoga exercises ease tense muscles, tone up the internal organs, and improve the flexibility of the body’s joints and ligaments.
  • Yoga will release endorphins in the brain just as any other exercise program will, and produce a feeling of well-being.
  • Yoga postures, while exercising muscles and joints, also stretch, extend, and flex the spine, keeping the body strong and supple.
  • Yoga stimulates blood circulation throughout the body. Yoga can be practiced by anyone of any age.
  • Yoga postures release stiffness and tension, help to renew energy, restore health, and promote graceful aging. Yoga is great preventive medicine, because it keeps all of you-body, mind, attitude, outlook, and immune system-in top form.
  • Yoga aids-Circulation, Digestion, respiration and reproduction.

Yoga is great stress buster

Yoga tackles stress on many levels.

  • The asanas trains the body to do exactly what you tell it to do.
  • Pranayama consciously channel the flow of life force, prana, into and out of the body. Physiologically, deep, regular breathing sends a signal to each cell of your body to relax.
  • Yoga meditation calms your racing thoughts and exercises your ability to master your own mind, rather than let your mind master you.
  • Yoga is a physical, mental, and spiritual way of life that puts reality into perspective. Yoga doesn’t change your stressful circumstances, but it does teach you how to react to them without neglecting or injuring yourself.

Yoga increases inner strength and sets you free

  • Yoga can be a fitness program, but it can also be a path to greater self-knowledge and, ultimately, self-actualization.
  • Yoga helps you reach the fullness of your human potential. You will be more confident, stronger, healthier, and more at peace with who you are. You will make better decisions, set and achieve worthwhile goals, and become the person you want to be.

The medical community increasingly embraces yoga. Health professionals have long encouraged patients to practice yoga. Yoga is an integral part of many stress management programs endorsed and paid for by HMOs and other medical insurance companies.

In short, by practicing yoga, you can have healthy and happy life.

Did you know?

  • According to a 2002 Roper study, there are 28 million people practicing Yoga globally.
  • The American Medical Association has stated that 80 percent of all illnesses are stress related. (One of Yoga’s greatest benefits is stress reduction.)
  • According to Herbert Benson, MD, Director of Mind/Body Center at Harvard Medical School, 60 to 90 percent of doctor visits, for everything from the common cold to cancer, are stress related.

“Take time to relax & unwind from your busy & stressful work world. Experience the renewing power of yoga & the energy, strength, & flexibility that can be achieved through the regular practice.” 

Special online classes during this COVID-19 crisis

These classes are specialized in improving lung capacity and immunity.