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Improve yourself, body + mind. 


Motto Yoga was built to be a sanctuary for yoga and fitness lovers. Whether you're new to yoga, an experienced yogi, or looking to supplement another fitness passion, Motto Yoga can help you progress in the 1,000+ year-old practice of yoga to improve body and mind. 

Motto Yoga offers-- 

  • Clean, hot, oxygenated studio. 
  • Impressive line-up of experienced yoga instructors.
  • Nice variety of class types, including hot yoga, yoga sculpt, power flow, and yin trigger. Learn more about our classes here
  • Accessible schedule of class days and times. Open 7 days a week.


Register for a class right here. We look forward to seeing you on your mat! 

 

 

HOW TO FIND US:

NEC of Power & Germann Rd.
7529 S. Power Rd., Ste. 101
Queen Creek, AZ 85142

(480) 819-YOGA call/text

hello@mottoyoga.com


Back pain affects almost everyone!  The American Academy of Family Physicians estimates that nine out of ten adults experience back pain at some point in their lives and that five out of ten working adults experience it every year. Fortunately, most cases are not permanently disabling and can be helped with proper medical care and rest. Still, in the US, lower back pain is the fifth most common reason for physician visits (see The Pain Physician, A Comprehensive Review of Epidemiology, Scope, and Impact of Spinal Pain).

A consistent yoga practice is one thing you can do to support a healthy spine. A healthy spine moves in four ways: 

  1. Flexion (forward folds);
  2. Extension (backward bends);
  3. Laterally (side bends); and
  4. Twists (rotating shoulders and/or hips along axial spine).
Developing and maintaining a healthy spine range of motion is critical to enjoying a mobile, active life. Moving the spine is one way to counteract the deterioration of the disks that lie between the vertebrae (see William Broad's book, The Science of Yoga). The vertebral disks of adults do not have blood supply of their own and rely on nearby vessels to nourish them. Normal aging diminishes these vessels, further drying out the disks and causing the trunk to shrink. The bending, twisting, and extending movements in yoga stimulate the spine and nourish the vertebrae. 

Show your spine lots of love with a consistent yoga practice at Motto Yoga. Schedule a class right here.

SCHEDULE, REGISTER + BUY ON OUR FREE APP.
CLICK TO DOWNLOAD HERE:

EASY AT THAT!


Clean, hot, oxygenated yoga.

Mot∙to (mŏt′ō): noun.
Brief statement used to express a goal, principle, or ideal.

DECEMBER MOTTO:
PEACE COMES FROM WITHIN

Motto Yoga

7529 S. Power Rd., Ste. 101

Queen Creek, AZ 85142

United States

Practice hot yoga, power flow, yoga sculpt, and yin/trigger all under one roof.

hello@mottoyoga.com

(480) 819-YOGA

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Back pain affects almost everyone!  The American Academy of Family Physicians estimates that nine out of ten adults experience back pain at some point in their lives and that five out of ten working adults experience it every year. Fortunately, most cases are not permanently disabling and can be helped with proper medical care and rest. Still, in the US, lower back pain is the fifth most common reason for physician visits (see The Pain Physician, A Comprehensive Review of Epidemiology, Scope, and Impact of Spinal Pain).

A consistent yoga practice is one thing you can do to support a healthy spine. A healthy spine moves in four ways: 

  1. Flexion (forward folds);
  2. Extension (backward bends);
  3. Laterally (side bends); and
  4. Twists (rotating shoulders and/or hips along axial spine).
Developing and maintaining a healthy spine range of motion is critical to enjoying a mobile, active life. Moving the spine is one way to counteract the deterioration of the disks that lie between the vertebrae (see William Broad's book, The Science of Yoga). The vertebral disks of adults do not have blood supply of their own and rely on nearby vessels to nourish them. Normal aging diminishes these vessels, further drying out the disks and causing the trunk to shrink. The bending, twisting, and extending movements in yoga stimulate the spine and nourish the vertebrae. 

Show your spine lots of love with a consistent yoga practice at Motto Yoga. Schedule a class right here.

SCHEDULE, REGISTER + BUY ON OUR FREE APP.
CLICK TO DOWNLOAD HERE:

EASY AT THAT!


Clean, hot, oxygenated yoga.