From the Ashtanga Vinyasa tradition, this form of yoga creates a dynamic class infusing the most powerful elements of a typical Vinyasa flow. There is a strong emphasis on core work, arm balances, and advanced standing balance postures. It is playful, challenging, and always takes you to the edge of your physical capacity. It is not meant for beginners.Weight bearing sports put a huge amount of stress and strain on your body. From your hamstrings to your hips or lower back sports can put a genuine burden on your muscles. Yoga for Athletes combines the cardio workout in a dynamic warm up with the stretching achieved by more traditional fitness stretches. This type of yoga is especially designed for athletes and is perfect for before and after your usual training regimen or practice session. Professional sportsmen from basketball players to boxers and American footballers have all started to integrate yoga into their training. Fundamental Movement by Annie Adamson
1. Athletic Yoga for Cross Training
Adding some isometric holds and plometrics to your yoga for a great pre training warm up or to cross train.
2. Fundamental Movement
Re-connect with the natural and functional movements you were born with in this primal vinyasa class. Explore the most fundamental anatomical positions of the human body, strengthen your core, and increase range of motion in your hips. By connecting with your body's natural wisdom, you will learn to move with more grace and less pain in your daily life.
3. Fit & Aligned: Yoga Dance Party
This non-stop power vinyasa flow will put your agility to the test. Move, stretch, and twist yourself into alignment through standing postures, arm balances and funky inversions.
4. 20 Minute Yoga Flow for Core Strength
This is an instructional 20 minute yoga video that aims to strengthen the core in preparation for arm balances such as crow pose, headstand, handstand and forearm stand. The intention is to work all parts of the core including the upper abs, lower abs and obliques in a variety of ways that keeps the body guessing.