Vacations are good for the soul and needed to recharge the batteries. Maintaining your fitness routine while away can be challenging – so mix things up. Walking paths are unlimited.
A question that often comes up is whether the heels should be on the ground in downward dog.
We’ve loved answering your questions over the past several weeks!
It began in 2001 when I had completed the first year of my 2 year teacher training program. Having experienced how yoga had benefited my body issues, I was very keen to share it with the runners in my life.
Some insight into a yin/yang yoga practice. The balance of a yang, dynamic, strengthening, muscle focused yoga and the complementary slow, static, deep effects of yin stretching. Both are good for the body, soul and mind!
Christmas 2016 – a particularly happy time for no particular reason. Reflections on my favourite things this Christmas.
Christine shares her experience with her ‘youngest’ clients! Two amazing boys, avid skiers and all-around athletes who are learning at a very young age about the benefits of yoga.
I owe a special thanks to Jennifer Adams-Hater from Kentucky. We’ve had an exchange over fb and she has so kindly agreed to share her story. I know that many of you can relate. Enjoy!
The inspiration for this post comes from one of my students, Andrew, who made this simple comment after attending class.
“When I arrived I felt one day closer to death” (a quote from Pink Floyd’s song, Time) and now I feel one day closer to living”.
Social media is a great way to create virtual communities. Through social media, and other available channels, Yoga for Runners has made it’s way into the lives of many globally. Christine shares one such example and helps Allison with her hamstring issue.