A question that often comes up is whether the heels should be on the ground in downward dog.
Sweat Equity Magazine, April/May 2017: The Elixir of Youth & Aging Gracefully – 12 Reasons To Do Yoga
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!
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!
Teaching yoga to runners is a specialized skill that will maximize the benefit of time spent on the mat! Moreover, participants go through the paces and develop a deeper understanding of their own yoga practice.
Rhonda Johnson is a long time student who has run for 32 years – she is a now a devoted runner and yogi!! Here is her inspiring story….as well as the influence on her daughter, Jessalyn.
Guest Blogger Sarah Rogers shares her experience at a first Yoga for Runners class.
I have practiced yoga for several years and I have been a runner since high school. I was intrigued by a yoga class specifically for runners. Read about my experience.
Presenting at the Yoga Conference is an exciting annual event. A lot of planning goes into my workshops and 2016 offers some exciting new ones. Its great to meet new students – runners, yogis, teachers and always a delight to see the familiar ones that attend every year. See you there!