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What is Joga?
 
Joga was founded by Jana Webb who has built Joga to become endorsed by some of North American’s top strength and conditioning coaches and athletic therapists. Joga is an athletic based style of yoga that incorporates a unique blend of postures, breathing techniques, and relaxation tools to find balance in strength and flexibility, improve breath control/recovery and maintain a calm mind in sport and in life. It focuses on the mechanics and movements of athletes and athletic movements and is a program specifically designed to enhance athletic performance and injury prevention. 
 
The difference between Yoga and Joga is that Joga was designed for athletes and athletic movements. 

Joga was originally designed as a program to be implemented into athletes training to complement their existing training and/or competition. Joga was not designed to take the place of the existing training but to lay a foundation to educate participants about the mechanics of the body, how to move within the body’s limitations, and overall awareness of body intelligence. Just as it is for athletes, Joga is not designed to replace lifting weights but to complement it by being a building block for superior strength and fitness. 

Although Joga was designed for athletes, it can be used for individuals who suffer from chronic pain and injury. The movements/postures are the same every time and are infiltrated with bench mark postures so practitioners can test their own results in terms of finding a balance of strength and flexibility. The focus of Joga is to educate participants about the mechanics of the body, how to move within the body’s limitations, and overall awareness of body intelligence. Joga has been described as a “pre-rehabilitation and re-habilitation yoga system.” Joga speaks to the Athletic Body and Athletic Mind. 

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