Sunday, February 24, 2019
1:00 PM 3:00 PM
Metta Yoga8 Tamalpais DriveCorte Madera, CA, 94925United States
Find balance in your training with a one hour mix of guided restorative practice and active stretches specifically geared towards runners and athletes. Release tight muscles and cranky fascia and find better range of motion for a true reset for your body. You will learn how to choose postures based on your body's needs to create a short and simple practice that can be done at home.
Yoga for Runners Workshop: Hip Health and will be a three hour workshop where we will do a solid vinyasa and restorative practice and then we will break it down into strength and range of motion movements and postures where you can learn how to use techniques borrowed from vinyasa, restorative and hatha yoga as well as strength training. It will be held on Sunday 12/16 from 1:30-4:30 at Vita Oakland in Rockridge. There is an optional happy hour afterwards. The cost is $75.
This three hour workshop will focus on how to keep your hips happy and healthy. We will learn different techniques to gain functional range of motion and better stability based out of strength work, vinyasa and restorative yoga. We will use resistance bands (provided) as well as postures from modern vinyasa yoga to activate glutes, hips and hamstrings and then talk about what functional range of motion means for a runner and for your body. You'll learn several ways to customize your own daily or weekly routine based on your needs and your body. Make an investment in your body.
Space is limited and this event will likely fill to capacity.
Registration begins on 11/1
This one hour donation based class will focus on recovery for runners.
Suggested donation: $10+ (but any amount is appreciated)
This is a donation based event where all donations will benefit the North Valley Community Foundation (NVCF) Camp Fire Disaster Relief. NVCF is a non profit working with local agencies to support evacuation shelters, school districts, victims, firefighters and emergency personnel in the affected areas.