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Fitness Yoga

Being The Best You Can Be

Yoga is a physical science that has been practiced for thousands of years. Many of its ancient theories, observations and principles about the body and mind connection, are proven by modern medicine. Extensive research has looked at yoga’s benefits to the body and mind - from the yoga postures (Asanas), yoga breathing (Pranayama), and meditation. The effects of yoga - physiological, psychological, and biochemical benefits, have been found to build change at a cellular level, alongside the more obvious muscle and bone. A balanced yoga workout is perfect for your mind, body and spirit, stamina, and overall well being.

Maximising Your Effectiveness and Reducing Injury

As you will have heard, many international and world class athletes from all sporting arena are using yoga as a perfect cross-training regime. It has a proven track record to reduce injury, build stamina of body and mind, and help high achievers to reach further. Modern high level competitive sports, need the mind training techniques that are part of yoga and often make all the difference when competing to be your best.

  • Yoga works the entire body.
  • Yoga decreases muscle soreness.
  • Yoga realigns the skeletal system.
  • Yoga recovers the body from dis-ease to ease.
  • Yoga helps you achieve your ideal weight.
  • Yoga restores energy levels.
  • Yoga trains your focus.
  • Yoga flushes your system.

Athlete Yoga Classes in North Herts

Specialist Yoga for Athletes in Hitchin

Yoga for sports in North Herts

Using Yoga to increase your body's potential
Achieving focus and results

What to bring:

  • If its your first class, print and fill out the medical form and bring it along.
  • Make sure you know where to park and how to get here.
  • Bring a bottle of water to drink and wear lose comfortable clothing.
  • Yoga Mat or Large Towel.
  • Join the YogaMindSpace tweets for updates and information.

What to Expect:

  • A highy experienced and professional approach.
  • A deep understanding of the needs of Athletes of all kinds.
  • An understanding of how your body works and its needs in sport.
  • No discrimation or judgements.