These yoga classes are great for athletes and gym-based workouts. There are many styles and levels of yoga, including Hatha and Vinyasa, as well as Core-strength and Somatics.
The hero of the runner
Sandra Carson will help you target tightness in your leg muscles, particularly the quads.
Yoga to cycle
Andrew Wrenn can improve flexibility in the abductor and hamstring muscles, lower back and pelvis. It also reduces stiffness in the neck and shoulders.
MacKenzie Miller helps to release tension in the quadriceps, upper back and neck and strengthen the spine-supporting muscles with MacKenzie Miller.
Practice pre-surf to increase balance, strength, hip flexibility, and body awareness using Nichi Green
Olympics style yoga
What number of Olympic sports can you fit in one class? Jeff Phenix will help you find out!
Yoga for Tennis Players
You can improve mobility and ease tension in your spine and shoulders by working on your upper body. With MacKenzie Miller.
How to get started in
David Lurey’s favorite cross-training exercises combine yoga poses and a touch of “feel good talk”.
Yoga for between or after sports. It focuses mainly on the lower back, hips and calves. Esther Ekhart.
Using to free the hip muscles and legs
Your legs, hips, and feet can be lengthened, realigned, realigned, and balanced. Great for strong, stiff muscles. Lisa Petersen
Shoot the intent arrow
This Vinyasa Flow class will help you to identify your motivations and face them in front of Anat Geiger.