The main objective of this research was to determine the effect of the “MBS Yoga” programme on quantitative changes in manifest dimensions of power (static and dynamic), balance and flexibility over a period of 3 months. The research was conducted on a sample of 69 first and second year female students from the Faculty of Transportation and Traffic Sciences in the 18-22 year age group, who were selected at random. The sample consisted of two groups of female students, an experimental and a control group. The experimental group comprised 33 female students who implemented the recreational “MBS Yoga” programme during three months. The control group comprised 36 female students who were involved teaching a programme of physical education courses at the faculty. A sample of manifest variables consists of twelve tests, three for each of the motor abilities. In summing up the obtained t-test results, we can conclude that trimonthly implementation of the “MBS Yoga” programme led to anticipated statistically significant changes between the control and experimental groups for each particular variable and subsequently it can be conclude that all the set conditions of this research had been fully confirmed. Based on the t-test results for paired samples of each variable, and especially the results of discriminant analysis, it is clearly noticeable that the tri-monthly “MBS Yoga” programme leads to a statistically significant change for each motor variable in the experimental group between the initial and final verification.