Yoga Q&A Quickie: Sports Specific Yoga

You asked: Why do I need yoga if I’m already active?

Jump on over here to get my top 5 answers to this one. AND find out about my next sports specific yoga series. You won’t want to miss the chance to learn more about how to fine tune your body and mind to the requirements of your sport.

See you inside my yogi-in-training friend. 😉👍

7 signs your active lifestyle maybe be messing with your health.

Let’s hand out some red flags. Get waving them at me if you are:

  1. Feeling either unpleasantly plump or dangerously preskeletal.
  2. Ravenous at times, off your food at others.
  3. Lying awake at night, thoughts racing.
  4. Tired all the time.
  5. Racked with aches and pains.
  6. Accident and injury prone.
  7. Forgetting easy stuff like names, birthdays, the day of the week.

Almost no one ever tells you should exercise LESS but if you’re waving that red flag at me right now, this yogi is.

Now I know what it means to not listen to advice. I also know what happens when you ignore the wisdom of your body. So, before you dismiss this course of action as outright lunacy, please read my story. It’s all here, alongside some yogi tools to reclaim balance and enhance your hormonal health.

Plus, I’ll share why being less active can sometimes actually help improve athletic performance. It’s all about listening to your body folks. Come with me. It’s time to tune in and tune up.

Feast on a Q&A Quickie: How can sports yoga help sports performance?

Roll out the gingham, it’s time for a quickie. 😉

So I get asked this a lot. How can sports yoga help sports performance?

In fact, it was THE NUMBER ONE question asked by my yogi’s in training who get my Yoga Local newsletter. So cop a yoga squat (or not) while I answer it.

Rather than reel off the big shout-outs to flexibility, strength, balance, which I’ve talked about before, I’ll answer this question from a different angle.

Think of the common traits that equal sporting success. I did, and came up with a SUPER SIX PICNIC to feast on.