Developed by Esak Garcia, Jedi Fight Club is an opportunity for serious yogis to take a step into a world of practice that has produced 8 world champions and assisted numerous people in developing a more complete and fulfilling experience of yoga asana.

At JFC we learn and practice training techniques that many people have used to deepen yoga postures, heal chronic injuries, and develop greater strength and flexibility. Many yogis have accomplished astonishing mental and physical transformations by practicing these techniques in a disciplined way over the years. At a live training we learn and practice together, and we support and inspire each other. The profound changes then occur by integrating these techniques into your yoga routine at home, which is why we often refer to these techniques as yoga “homework.” We have many resources to help you to continue to apply what you’ve learned after a live training. For example, many of us practice homework together remotely via Virtual JFC.   

Before attending a live training you should be ready to practice 2 hot classes per day, plus additional training hours. Our entire day will revolve around yoga practice. There’s no minimum level of ability that’s required and  it doesn’t matter what you can and can’t do. What matters is that spending your days doing yoga practice and training is fun and interesting to you, and that you’re up for the challenge. Your willingness to participate, and take a step forward from wherever you are now, is much more important than your current ability. 

Full trainings are typically 7-14 days long. Intro weekends are opportunities to sample JFC style training to see if it’s right for you. Our team of JFC leaders, people who have spent countless hours over many years doing yoga homework, are also available for workshops and private and semi-private lessons. Keep an eye on our events listings to find out what’s coming up. 


Virtual JFC is a monthly subscription that provides you with a weekly instructional video along with an assignment for the week. If you are interested in making JFC homework a part of your weekly routine then sign-up to start receiving your homework now.

JFC Testimonial 1

“Thank you to Esak for teaching us values such as discipline, patience, commitment, and honesty in our practice. The JFC was not just about backbending, but about unity and teamwork. Esak instilled in us strong, positive energy. We learned how to fight and not surrender! Looking forward to the next JFC!”

-Olay Aninion, Manila, Philippines

JFC Testimonial 2

“It was a wonderful feeling to embrace a high level of hard work and physical intensity, all the time enjoying the company of a brilliant group of like-minded yogis. Not to mention, of course, the smiling, happy face of Esak- constantly guiding us all tirelessly and gently with his soft-spoken words of encouragement…..JFC time raised my level of awareness of self and indeed, my own Yoga practice. Thanks Esak, for ‘Changing my mind!'”

-Marlon Hart, Auckland, New Zealand

JFC Testimonial 3

“Everything I have learned from my experiences at JFC has given me the courage to keep moving forward when it would have been easier to just stop. I feel that when I was not entirely sure what was coming next, JFC validated everything I knew to be true, allowed me to have faith in myself and find the strength to be fearless.”

-Roxanne Janecki, traveling teacher and international yoga athlete

JFC Testimonial 4

“Thank you for making me stronger mentally and physically.”

-Shahid Aziz, Toronto Ontario, Canada

JFC Testimonial 5

“It just seems so unbelievable to me what was, what is, and what will be because of JFC. I am more alive than I ever have been. Thank you Esak.”

-Craig Culbertson, Asheville, North Carolina

JFC Testimonial 6

“This was such a life changing experience for me! My family has already seen it. I appreciate everything you did, the culture you created and I feel blessed to be part of the Jedis. I can’t wait for my next JFC. Thank you again.

-Michele Van Hooser Berger

JFC Testimonial 7

“I am feeling amazing. I have never felt this strong in my entire life. Yet, I know this is just the beginning, there’s so much more in me. So curious! I can’t wait to discover more.

-Tracy Deng, Canberra, Australia


What will I learn at JFC?

You’ll learn training techniques for developing handstands, leg-over-the-head asanas, backbends, and lotus asanas, and more. You’ll be taught how to incorporate more advanced elements of training into your daily practice. More important than advanced postures, being an advanced practitioner entails having advanced practice habits and an adept mindset.

At Jedi Fight Club we also cultivate these qualities:

  • How to be of service to others through your yoga practice (Karma Yoga)
  • How to develop your postures beyond your perceived limits (Change Your Mind philosophy)
  • Nutritional recommendations for yogis in training, and for a yogi lifestyle

What’s the daily schedule?

  • Morning yoga class
  • 2-3 hour ‘homework’ session(s)
  • Evening yoga class

This is about 5-6 hours of yoga practice a day. Please make sure you are physically prepared, otherwise your ability to participate will be limited.

The schedule will vary from day to day and training to training depending on the needs of the group and venue. We may also include field trips and surprise activities to break up the week. Please don’t expect to know the exact schedule in advance as it will be adjusted from day to day as necessary.

During the training, participants are asked not to take on any other commitments so that yoga practice can be the focus. When you are not on the yoga mat, your time will be spent resting, nourishing yourself, getting bodywork, doing karma yoga and getting ready to practice again.

Where does Jedi Fight Club come from?

Jedi Fight Club developed alongside the yoga asana championships that were introduced into the USA in 2003. While preparing for yoga competitions, several students of Mary Jarvis began to dedicate themselves to extended hours of training. Caught up in the fun and excitement of yoga exploration, I began to sustain a yoga routine of 7 or more hours a day for weeks and even months at a time.

Mary Jarvis created the concept of complementing a daily yoga practice with ‘homework’ while healing herself from a serious car accident. Her discoveries provided the foundation of Jedi fight Club style training.

Today JFC has evolved beyond the competitor training model and is now open to all yogis who are interested in developing as a yogi. At JFC we love to work hard, but we also like to keep it light-hearted and fun. One way we do that is by looking for the most ideal venues. Often we look for great travel destinations, but most importantly we want to provide all of the support you’ll need while doing an intensive training like daily green juice, super-food smoothies, access to nutritious and yummy food, a beach or a nice place to swim, and an open-minded studio environment that supports individuals to grow and expand. 


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