As both a long-distance runner and a yoga teacher/student, I understand the benefits that can be gained from both pounding the pavement and being on your mat and the affinities Full Article »
Find out how you can practice yoga at your own pace, in your own space, and with no one on your case. Many people enjoy practicing in a yoga studio Full Article »
I’ve heard every excuse in the book. When I talk about yoga to runners who haven’t tried yoga (or have and had bad experiences), I am not surprised to find Full Article »
Preparation: From Warrior I, open up the arms and walk your rear foot towards the back of the mat. Make sure the rear foot is parallel to the back of Full Article »
Preparation: Sit at the front of the mat with the big toes side-by-side and the knees as wide as the mat. Sit onto the heels with the torso straight up Full Article »
Preparation: Begin by bringing the breath deep into the belly keeping the eyes focused downward.
Preparation: From Downward Dog, lift the right leg up behind you and sweep the knee to the wrist on the same side. The front heel will rest in front of Full Article »
Preparation: Standing at the front of your mat, step back with your right foot about a leg length or less. Keep the back heel on the ground and point your Full Article »
Preparation: Take the right ankle onto the left thigh just below the knee. Flex the right foot back towards the knee and take the right arm between the legs. Interlace Full Article »
Preparation: Stand with the feet hip distance apart, bring the hands to the hips and lower the torso down keeping the spine as straight as possible.
This colourful and flavourful recipe makes an excellent side dish, and is super easy to make! It can be enjoyed hot or cold. Quinoa is one of the few vegetarian Full Article »
Runners Feed followers! I’m sorry for my absence, hopefully you’re not running to Gucci Mane, Rebecca Black, and Tyga! If you are here is a playlist that will begin a Full Article »