• Improvement Warrior YOGA



    Improvement Warrior Yoga

    Improvement Warrior Yoga


    Please note that this page/program is no longer active. To register for Yoga at our studio please visit ImprovementWarriorYoga.com

    What is IWF  Yoga?

    Improvement Warrior Fitness Yoga was developed by martial artists for the martial arts. But don't worry you do not need to be a martial artist to benefit from this style of Yoga. I learned it from a Navy Seal commander, and it's benefits have transformed my life.

    It simply combines the most powerful aspects of a typical yoga program into one. Martial artists and Navy Seals are some of the most disciplined and honorable people you can meet. Both have influenced my life in ways I cannot even describe

    It is still in the practice of meditation in motion, which will change your body, spirit and mind. It is physical movement combined with poses and holds that focus equally on balance, strength, coordination, flexibility, and mobility.

    There are no prerequisites for strength or flexibility. Everything is modifiable for your level. Anybody can experience the benefits that Improvement Warrior Yoga have to offer.

    You, as an Improvement Warrior Yogi will be progressed through linked postures and movements united with your breath, creating an intense awareness between your body, mind, and spirit.


    What it will do for me?

    • Relieve stress
    • Improve flexibility, strength, balance, coordination
    • Restore mentally
    • Restore physically
    • Awaken your awareness- BE PRESENT
    • Improved Breathing
    • Decreased body fat 
    • Increased Strength
    • Increased Flexibility
    • Increased Mostability (Mobility & Stability) 
    • Quiet the Mind from all the day to day thoughts



    Please note Improvement Warrior Yoga's physical classes are closed. For Improvement Warrior Yoga Online Classes please visit here.


    You will need to bring a mat and water. If you have never attended a class at IWF or Yun Fitness, a waiver form will be sent to you.

    There are no shoes allowed while performing Improvement Warrior Yoga.



    After your first trial class you will have the option to continue your Improvement Warrior Yoga path with one of the options below. We will have forms at class and they will also be emailed to you.

    Monthly Electronic Withdrawal- No long term commitment, cancel anytime
    The prices below are only indicative of Improvement Warrior Yoga:
    • 4 Classes per month= $34.99 ($8.50 a class)
    • 5 Classes per month= $39.99 ($7.80 a class)
    • UNLIMITED classes per month= $49.99
    • Special Introductory Offer = 6 Yoga Classes for $25 (cannot be combined with any other offer. Valid New Yoga Clients Only)



    Pay by class Options

    • Drop-In- $15
    • 4-Class Punch Card- $56 ($14 a class)
    • 8-Class Punch Card- $99 ($12.38 a class)
    • 20-Class Punch Card- $170 ($8.50 a class)

    You will be handed a welcome packet with more information your first day.


    Frequently Asked Questions about Improvement Warrior Yoga

    About Your Instructor

    Jason Yun CSCS, KBA, FMS, NSCA-CPT, YFS, YSAS, CISSN, Fit Moms
    Jason Yun
    Yun's journey into yoga has just begun. Introduced in 2012 by a Navy Seal Commander, it has literally been a life changing experience. It has led to the creation of the online mental/nutritional/spiritual training website Mindtamer, and to the study and practice to achieve a certification in both meditation and yoga.

    Jason Yun is a graduate of The Ohio State University, with an earned Bachelor's of Science degree in Sports and Leisure Studies with an emphasis in fitness, coaching, and recreation. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Certified Personal Trainer (NSCA-CPT) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Is a Kettlebell Athletics Instructor (KBA). Is a certified United States Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach (USAW SPC). Is a Certified Sports Nutritionist (CISSN) through the International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN). Has achieved his certification as a Youth Fitness Specialist (Levels 1) (YFS(1)) through the International Youth Conditioning Association (IYCA), and is currently working on Level 2 and 3. Also earned his Youth Speed and Agility (YSAS) certification in 2012 also through the IYCA. In 2012, he earned his Perinatal Fitness Certification (Fit Moms) to be able to work with expecting and post partum women. In 2013, he earned his Functional Movement Screen level 1 certification through Functional Movement (FMS1).

    Was recently inducted into the Fitness Business Insider Hall of Fame (October 2011) for his continued dedication towards clients and the fitness industry as a whole.

    In July 2012 earned his Fit Moms Certification as a Perinatal Fitness Instructor for women. An online workout site for expecting moms is currently in development and should be ready in 2013. If you are an expecting mom and would like to work with Jason please email.

    He has trained for over 23 years in various disciplines in the sporting and fitness worlds and now brings to you all those years of training and knowledge in the quest to help you achieve the body, health, and mind you've always wanted through Improvement Warrior Yoga!
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    1. Laura Begue
      February 21, 2014 at 5:03 pm

      Hi there!
      I purchased the Metabody Fitness and Yoga pass through Groupon and signed up through the Wellness Living site for a class this Saturday at your studio. Based on the things I’ve read on your webpage, it looks like I need to register here too? Is that correct? I contacted the Wellness Living site about it a few times, and they have assured me that I don’t need to register again on your site. It’s very confusing. I just want to make sure I’m supposed to be there this Saturday, since Wellness Living didn’t give me any other info after I signed up. I’ve never done yoga before…will I be out of place tomorrow? Apparently with the Metabody pass, I am only supposed to sign up for one class at a time (instead of committing to an entire season). Does that sound normal? I can’t attend every Saturday in March, so I’d hate to sign up for a season and then miss all the classes! I’m sorry for all the questions, this is so confusing!!

    2. Laura Begue
      February 21, 2014 at 7:03 pm

      Thanks for your help. Will I need to commit to a schedule or full season once I register? Unfortunately, I would only be able to make it for two Saturdays in March due to a vacation. The Wellness Living site is telling me to just sign up for one class at a time…just whenever I am able to. It doesn’t really make sense to me. I might just get my money back and sign up for your class on my own. It seems less confusing that way.

      • February 22, 2014 at 12:28 am

        You don’t need to commit. Just when you register on our site I will need to change some things around to accommodate your schedule.

    3. Jacalyne Adkins
      March 28, 2014 at 6:51 pm

      I recently got the Groupon for the 30 class pass and I am currently on the MindBody page and it isn’t an option under series or membership–should I select a different option?
      Thank you,

      • March 28, 2014 at 7:00 pm

        Hi, Jacalyne,

        You would select the metabody 10 classes. The other 20 you have to use at another metabody participant or can use towards our fitness program

      • Jacalyne Adkins
        March 28, 2014 at 7:13 pm

        I figured it out! Nevermind! 😀