Train Yoga in Thailand at Tiger Muay Thai in Phuket
Anyone can do yoga. You don’t need to be able to tie yourself into a pretzel or spend a year in silent devotion to gain all the amazing benefits. If you can breathe, you can do yoga. It’s that simple.
Wanna train yoga in Thailand? After hard workouts involving throwing punches and hauling tires, our yoga brings an element of quiet strength to Tiger Muay Thai & MMA. Focusing primarily on the Hatha, Vinyasa Power Flow and power yoga, our classes are suitable for all levels regardless of fitness or flexibility.
About the Instructor and what she brings
Our instructor Prakasit (Note) takes you through an experience that utilizes all that you are – physically, mentally and emotionally. She believes yoga integrates the entire being and opens us up to our fullest potential.
“The problem is that we tend to get stuck in our mind, our body and our heart,” explains Prakasit who started teaching yoga in 2011. “Hatha yoga offers a way to experience this integration along a path involving very specific practices that purify the body, calm the mind and open the heart. Vinyasa flow makes your body move with flow breath and flow Asana or posture, while power yoga makes you body stronger and develops your muscles. Participants can expect an open and friendly experience at Tiger Muay Thai & MMA’s yoga classes without the need to feel perfect. Prakasit has a soft spot for beginners and believes she facilitates positive change on a daily basis.
“Yoga brings you back to you…where all the good stuff is. Anyone can do yoga. You don’t need to be able to tie yourself into a pretzel or spend a year in silent devotion to gain all the amazing benefits. If you can breathe, you can do yoga. It’s that simple.”
When asked what she thinks about the fighters who may scoff at her class, Prakasit simples chuckles while saying, “If you think you know yoga, or have never tried it because it seemed too woo-woo, chant-filled, mystical, and Om-centered, then you should come to my class! Yoga is something both cooler and simpler, and it’s fierce in what it can do for your life and health.”
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