Persian Yoga Testimonials & Reviews
My understanding of spinal mechanics allows me to dissect different types of exercise. Practice of Persian Yoga is the most complete form of mobility, strength, endurance, coordination for any person. The culmination of the above fitness components equals practice of a lifelong art form that one wishes to share with others.
- Dr. David Oxenham, DC
Exercising these days can be made to sound more complicated than it needs to be. At its core, exercise is moving the body. These movements can be with or without varying types of equipment. The core aim of exercise is to increase the heart rate. The best way to do this is by moving. And the more of your body that moves, the better. But that's not the only story. Exercise should also challenge the brain, getting co-ordination and balance challenged to add a neurological aspect to the experience. The other gains from exercise are weight loss, muscle tone, and muscle growth. The important aspects of exercise are being able to move your own body weight around, move in different directions (known as planes of motion), and being able to cope with movement against resistance. Persian yoga offers all of these benefits. From the body weight challenge of the Shena, the circular movements of the Meels, and the hardcore effort required to move the Sang in a fluid and balanced way, it has everything you need covered.
- Dr. David McIntosh, MD, MBBS FRACS PhD
Persian Yoga is unlike anything I have ever done before. Its challenging but invigorating which makes this art form addictive. Kashi is a wonderful teacher who pitches his sessions perfectly to the group. He is an encouraging and inspirational tutor. Just like his motto he is tireless.
- Dr. Abbey Wiseman, DC
I was very impressed. There is much breadth and depth to the practice. Understanding the martial art application is very practical and its philosophical and spiritual roots are intriguing. It appears more holistic than I believed, working many fitness components. It can be made approachable and also incredibly demanding. I'm sold!
- Dr. Anthony Van Den Bergh, DC
It was incredible! It was so different to anything I had tried before, and was fun and interesting! It was hard work, but I felt like I was achieving so much in a short space of time and got something out of every bit of effort I put in. I would love to do ongoing classes.
- Ms. Alana Campbell, Speech Pathologist
Persian yoga builds on the grand traditions of ancient warrior conditioning and is passionately taught by Kashi. The practice incorporates elements of strength, endurance, agility and balance through a total body workout. Personally it has been the ultimate way for me to tap into my inner stillness and that connection has enabled me to harness my outer strength.
~ Mr. Robert Clark, Engineer
Persian Yoga is especially powerful in training and injury proofing shoulders and hips; and is an easily adaptable method of superior coordination and neuromuscular conditioning!
~ Mr. Dominic Lo, Exercise Physiologist
Fantastic, enjoyed the intensity. Feel stronger each time I do a session.
- Mr. Stephen Jones, Police Officer
I have been in sports as a gymnast since the age of 6, am an ex-Royal Marines Commando and have served as fitness trainer to professional athletes. Persian Yoga is one of the very few complete systems of training and conditioning, not only for the body but also for the mind and spirit through it’s beautiful philosophy and ancient wisdom.
~ Mr. Stuart Harrison, Ex. Royal Marines Commando