Yoga for Runners and Cyclist at Utepils Brewery
“HELP! I need hamstring work. How do I make my butt stronger? Can you make my shoulders less tight?” Can yoga speed up recovery?
Date: March 30 from 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Cost: $30 (tickets in advance through City Pages Tix, or sign up with Annie at any of her classes during the week.
Bring: A mat, a large bath towel, and any yoga props you may have. Like, blocks, straps, bolsters (no worries if you do not have)
Includes: Yoga, beer, handouts to help increase performance, speed up recovery your practice, and as always, a little humor.
About: This two hour yoga workshop is for people (all humans, all levels) who are looking to improve their running and cycling abilities through yoga. In partnership with a collegiate athlete, Annie has created a series of poses (asanas) to improve strength, posture, and flexibility that will aid in performance as well as recovery. This class will include breath and meditation work and a longer yoga practice that will set the stage to create mobility in the body, allowing us to deepen postures and experiment with our edge in a safe and permissive way. We will discuss how science and yoga connect in running and cycling.
If you love our 45 min vinyasa classes, you will really enjoy getting into your muscles, joints, tendons and ligaments even more with this more specific practice.
Space is limited to 40 people; please pre-register through City Pages Tix, or sign up with Annie at any of her classes during the week.
All humans and levels welcome. Bring a mat and a smile.
Annie: Annie Hayes is a yoga teacher, meditation guide and wellness coach with certifications from the Mayo Clinic of Rochester, MN, and Yoga Center of Minneapolis. Her passions extend beyond yoga to encompass a whole body, whole mind approach to wellness. This passion drove her to create Annie Hayes Wellness, a holistic approach to making wellness affordable and accessible to all.