“Just over a year ago I was in pain. My left hip area would be in pain from sitting! I would stand up at work for a few minutes and then feel a different sort of pain. When I would walk for long periods I would physically trip myself as my left leg would not lift up like my right leg when I took a step. I went to a Doctor who was a specialist in the lower back and hip. He took X-rays and an MRI, and told me, “Ehhh, nothing is going on, you have a little arthritis but nothing that is causing you to have the pain you say you are having.” He said my biggest problem were my hamstrings, which were tight as a result of sitting on my ass for at least 8 hours a day and then when I stood up, the hamstrings pull down on my sacrum area which in turn would give me the hip pain I was feeling. He pointed to all the photos of the Pro Athletes who are his patients, he said, “You know Frank, 90% of my patients you see on these walls supplement their workouts with Yoga.” That was last April. In May, I took my first yoga class and was pain free for a day, now with regular yoga 3 – 4 times a week either at Ho-Ho-Kus Yoga, or at home, I no longer have hip pain AT ALL!”
Located Right in Town!
Our beautiful and welcoming studio is conveniently located in the town of Ho-Ho-Kus. We are easily accessible from Route 17 and the Garden State Parkway.
Free Parking Available
There is plenty of parking available behind the studio. We look forward to seeing you in class!
“I had to take a 13 hour flight to China the day after racing a triathlon. I was very worried about being cramped and sore. I actually felt great! I totally give full credit to Tiffany’s [Yoga for Athletes] class!”
“I went to the Iyengar class tonight taught by Sharon and it was awesome. She explains the dynamics of each pose and what you should be doing. It will be a class I attend every week. Thursdays @ 6:30pm.”
“Love Ho Yo! The classes are great for both advanced and beginners and the Teachers are awesome. HO-nor YO-urself and take a class.”
Why do people practice yoga?*
For Increased Flexibility
For General Conditioning
For Stress Relief
To Improve Overall Health
*From the 2012 Yoga in America Study by Yoga Journal