What is Moksha Yoga?
Created by Ted Grand and Jessica Robertson, Moksha Yoga is a recently developed form of hot yoga, originating in Canada. Moksha Yoga uses a set of standing and floor poses, as well as intention setting, breathing exercises and relaxation techniques to help students stretch, strengthen, tone, calm and detox. This type of yoga has a strict code of environmental practice, ensuring that all of its affiliated studios produce heat with minimum eco impact.
Similar to other yoga styles, the benefits of Moksha Yoga include strengthening and toning muscles, improving flexibility and calming the mind. Moksha Yoga was designed with social consciousness in mind, so that it focuses not just on the individual but the individual’s place in the yoga community.
Go to Moksha Yoga if you want:
Emotionally restorative yoga
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Who was Moksha Yoga founded by?
Moksha Yoga was founded by Ted Grand and Jessica Robertson.
When was Moksha Yoga founded?
Moksha Yoga was founded in 2004.
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