Learn from an exercise physiologist’s point of view, how to optimize results from your workout, minimize injury, and enjoy daily movement more.
Intro to Yoga for the Tech
If you’re someone who makes a living working on computers, or you just find yourself on the computer a lot, there are yoga poses that you can gain much benefit from. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to do fundamental positions for maximum benefit and minimal injury in the life of technology. You’ll also experience some less-traditional stretches that you can incorporate into your yoga routine or other daily movement that will counteract the effects of sitting long hours at the desk and working at the computer such as low back pain, neck pain, wrist pain, and bad posture. We end with a total body relaxation and meditation. You don’t need to have previous yoga experience-all levels can benefit from this workshop.
Intro to Yoga for the Runner, Swimmer, and Biker
If you run, swim, bike, or do all three, you can derive great benefits from yoga. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to do fundamental yoga positions to enhance your athletic lifestyle. You’ll also learn some less-traditional stretches that can be incorporated into your yoga routine or daily exercise. All of these will help keep your body functioning at its best, and enable you to continue to be athletic for a long time to come. We end with a total body relaxation and meditation. No need to have previous yoga experience to benefit from this workshop.
Abs, Running, and Yoga
In this experiential workshop, you’ll learn how yoga, abs exercises, and running go hand in hand. We’ll start by practicing some yoga basics and best practices for abdominal work, and then head out for a mile or two of a practice run. After our short run, we’ll come back for a cool down with relaxing yoga stretches on the mat. No need to have previous yoga experience to benefit from this workshop.
Intro to Your Gym
You may have a gym at your apartment building or your place of work, but do you know how to use it? If not, you’re not alone. Many people want to exercise but don’t, because they don’t know how to use their gym. Others are brave enough to give it a try anyway, and learn a couple of moves by watching others on the sly. There are healthy, proven ways to use exercise machines, and things you can do that can hurt your body in the long-term. It’s worth it to know the difference! Besides, it’s more fun to exercise when you know what you’re doing, and that what you’re doing will bring the results you’re looking for.
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