Tag: yoga for climber
Yoga for “Desking”
A class created with counteracting the side effects of modern, desk life in mind. Opening the front of the body, working on your posture, releasing the neck and back muscles, and strengthening core and glutes. Have your blanket and yoga blocks at the ready and enjoy!
Find Your Balance
Balance isn’t about being still and stable – it’s about movement, and the constant, minute adjustments you need to make within your body to stay in place. From teetering on tiny footholds on a slab, to something as simple as stepping from one foot to another, we rely on our ability to balance all the…
Make the Most of Your Bolster
Do you love your bolster as much as we love ours? If so, you might like to try this super short restorative sequence. Obviously, if you have the time and feel comfortable, you can hold the postures for a wee longer than suggested. Just press pause and enjoy. Same goes the other way round! Virasana…
We love Vasisthasana, a.k.a Side Plank. It’s an awesome pose to strengthen some major core and lower back stabiliser muscles, such as the obliques and quadratus lumborum. In addition, it also works our arms, shoulders and legs. It’s also a balancing pose, which can help to improve your concentration skills! However, please avoid this pose…
A short forward bend sequence, ideal to release tight hamstrings and back muscles. It also works well to prep you for deeper folds!
I often call Heron Pose (or Krounchasana) the ultimate hamstring stretcher, as it is a great, and deep, way to open the back of your legs. Heron can be quite tricky for people with tight hamstrings, but there are a number of variations we can work on still achieving the same benefits this pose has…
Work on Your Chaturanga Strength 💪🏼
Build up your upper body strength with this super short sequence
Whilst I’m Away………A Yoga Sequence for Climbers
So a lot is going on this month! With the room at the Reach being refurbished and my climbing trips to Kalymnos and Fontainebleau I am afraid I had to cancel some classes this October (please see “Classes” page for details). As requested by some of my students I have put together a short but…