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SUITABLE FOR ALL TYPES OF TRAINING
SUITABLE FOR ALL TYPES OF TRAINING
Active Recovery for Running & Hiking
This Specialised class focuses on stretching areas that are typically tight from running & hiking such as the hamstrings, IT band and hips. The aim is stabilising key functional areas like the knees and ankles, restoring typically sore areas, and working on breath exercises to centre the mind. Specific sets of postures and sequences make for a well-balanced class, combining both strength and flexibility for more integrated body functionality. Some pranayama, chanting and meditation may be included. No yoga experience required.
Active Recovery for Strength & Resistance Training
This Specialised class focuses on stretching the areas that are typically tight from strength & resistance training such as the hamstrings, hip flexors, quads, shoulders chest and hips. The aim is stabilising key functional areas like the core, restoring typically sore areas, and working on breath exercises to centre the mind. Specific sets of postures and sequences make for a well-balanced class, combining both strength and flexibility for more integrated body functionality. Some pranayama, chanting and meditation may be included. No yoga experience required.
Active Recovery for Racquet Sports
This Specialised class focuses on balancing both sides of the upper body and stretching the areas that are typically tight from playing racquet sports. The aim is stabilising key functional areas like the knees, ankles and elbows, restoring some of the typically sore areas, and working on breath exercises to centre the mind. Specific sets of postures and sequences make for a well-balanced class, combining both strength and flexibility for more integrated body functionality. Some pranayama, chanting and meditation may be included. No yoga experience required.
Active Recovery for Cycling
This Specialised class focuses on stretching the areas that are typically tight from cycling such as the hamstrings, hip flexors, quads, shoulders, chest and hips. The aim is stabilising key functional areas, restoring typically sore areas like the lower back, and working on breath exercises to centre the mind. Specific sets of postures and sequences make for a well-balanced class, combining both strength and flexibility for more integrated body functionality. Some pranayama, chanting and meditation may be included. No yoga experience required.