A typical yoga session lasts between 45-60 minutes and focuses on healthy, intelligent movement patterns (sports specificity enhances performance and minimizes injury risk).
Classes typically begin with a slow warm-up followed by active stretching to increase balance, coordination, and functional strength. As athletes progress in poses, variations to increase ROM and varying load are then introduced. The sessions transition to passive stretches, breathing exercises to calm the nervous system and a resting period (savasana) to end each session.
Here are some specific poses you’ll see in her session, and how they can help you on the field. Check out the full article on Yoga for Athletes with the Motus Biomechanics Lab!
Step 1: Schedule Your Sessions
If you’re interested in private 1-on-1 or small group sessions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up your days and times and learn more about her pricing.
Please choose the best option for you and email email@example.com to set up your location, days/ times and to learn more about her pricing.
Step 3: Learn The Format
Sessions include the following:
- Breathing and Restorative Positions
- Mobility and Flexibility of the Hips, Spine and Shoulders
- Core, Hip and Shoulder Strength
- Cervical Range of Motion
- Meditation and Mindfulness
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to get started with your sessions!