How to sign up a new membership?
1. Select a plan.
2. You will be directed to a checkout page
3. Your subscription will be confirmed once a successful payment has been received.
How to upgrade your membership level?
1. Log in to your membership account.
2. From your My Account page, click the link to “Change Membership Level”.
3. The following screen will show you an overview of our available membership levels.
4. After you select a new membership level, you will be directed to a checkout page in order to complete your membership subscription.
5. Your previous subscription payment will be cancelled and a new subscription payment will be created.
6. Your upgrade will be confirmed once a successful subscription payment has been received.
Can I view the videos on TV?
Yes, you can view all the videos on a Smart TV.
When will my membership be expired?
Your membership will be always active until you cancel it by yourself.
Can I cancel my membership anytime?
Yes, you can cancel your membership anytime. Please take note that once you click to cancel your membership, you will not be able to view all the videos immediately. If you really want to cancel, it’s better to do it before your next renewal dates.
Is yoga right for me?
Yoga is in no way exclusive—being able to practice yoga does not matter how old you are, how much you weigh, what you do for a living, where you live, or what religion you practice. Yoga is accessible for just about everyone.
What is Yogavatar® styles?
Yogavatar®️ Glow is a vigorous yoga practice focusing on stretching and strengthening while maintaining steadiness of the body and mind. Yogavatar® Zen is a yoga practice for relaxing, repairing and rejuvenating both your body and mind.
Which level is suitable for me?
Level-1 is suitable for everybody especially for beginners. Level-2 is appropriate for those who are ready for some challenge. Level-3 is suitable for advanced practitioners.
I have an injury or special condition, can I practice yoga?
If you have a medical condition or a recent injury, it can be challenging or dangerous to do certain poses, or breathing techniques. Usually, there are alternatives or modifications that can allow you to practice safely, and many common complaints have specific yoga therapy remedies. If you are recovering from an injury or are in poor health, we recommended consulting with a physician or other qualified health care professional before beginning yoga.
What should I do if I feel pain while practicing?
You may feel some intensity in the muscles while in a yoga pose, you should never feel pain, especially in the joints. A sharp or intense pain is your body’s signal to tell you to stop, back off, and take it easy.
What is the best class for beginners?
If you are out of shape or extremely inflexible, we recommend you begin with Yogavatar® Zen class, a gentle practice until you have built up the strength and flexibility for more challenging sequences. If you are a relatively fit and flexible person, you should be able to jump right into Yogavatar® Glow class level-1. Once you are familiar with the basic postures, you can explore a class level-2. We recommend you avoid level-3 class until you have built up some physical strength and endurance. It is always best to error on the side of caution and safety and approach yoga slowly and carefully. The best way to know if yoga is for you is to give it a try!
How Often Should I Do Yoga?
If you can practice yoga 3 or more times per week, you will see significant improvements in your flexibility, range of motion, strength, balance, inner peace, and overall well being. Ideally, we recommend shorter and more frequent sessions, 60 minutes long, and for a total of 3-4 hours spread over several days. Practicing yoga less than this amount will still be beneficial, but you will see smaller improvements over a longer period of time. Like most things, the more time you can dedicate towards it, the more benefits you will receive.
General Notes for Participants
- Please select the appropriate class for your level of experience. Take breaks and omit poses or sequences that are not suitable for you.
- You should practice in a well-lit area with enough free space around you.
- You should wear comfortable clothing so that you can move freely.
- Before any workout or yoga class, you should warm up properly and cool down afterwards to avoid an injury. Full classes on this website and ISPIRIT ASIA’s YouTube channel will include warm up and cool down; however, shorter classes and tutorials may not. Please take responsibility for your own body and include additional warm up and cool down stretches where necessary or appropriate.
- You should avoid alcohol, drugs, or any similar substances before any workout, yoga practice, and meditation.
- Avoid having heavy meals for two to four hours before practice. Stay hydrated before and after your yoga practice.
- If you feel dizzy, light-headed, faint, or if you experience any other discomfort, stop exercising immediately and consult a medical doctor. You are responsible for your condition during your practice. Exercise within your limits. Never force, strain, or practice through pain. Seek medical attention and advice as appropriate.
- We do not recommend that you attempt any yoga poses or exercises for the first time without suitable experience and/or supervision.
- This website does not offer medical advice. You should consult a medical practitioner before engaging in any exercise, including yoga practice. This is particularly important if you are overweight, pregnant, nursing, regularly taking medications, or have any existing medical conditions. This website may not be tailored to suit your current physical and mental health. We accept no liability whatsoever for any damages arising from the use of this website.
- Developments in medical research may impact the health, fitness, and nutritional advice that appears on this website. While ISPIRIT ASIA uses its reasonable efforts to maintain this website in an accurate and up-to-date fashion; however, no assurance can be given that the advice contained in this site will always include the most recent findings or developments with respect to the particular material. This website may also contain some technical or other mistakes, inaccuracies, or typographical errors. ISPIRIT ASIA cannot be held responsible for any mistakes or omissions on this website.
This website offers health, fitness, and nutritional information and is for educational purposes only. It is not a substitute for, nor does it replace professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
You should consult with your physician or other health care professional before beginning this or any other exercise program to make sure that it is appropriate for your needs. Do not start this yoga and fitness program if your physician or health care provider advises against it. You should understand that when participating in any exercise or exercise program, there is the possibility of physical injury, even if you’re currently in good health.
If you have any concerns or questions about your health, you should always consult with a physician or other health-care professional. Do not disregard, avoid, or delay obtaining medical or health-related advice from your health-care professional because of something you may have read on this site. The use of any information provided on this site is solely at your own risk.
If you engage in this exercise or exercise program, you agree that you do so at your own risk, are voluntarily participating in these activities, assume all risk of injury to yourself, and agree to release and discharge ISPIRIT ASIA from any and all claims or causes of action, known or unknown, arising out of ISPIRIT ASIA’s negligence.