YOGA SESSIONS

Adding a regular yoga practice into your week offers an invaluable addition to your training programme

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Whatever your choice of sport, yoga can help in improving your mental focus, respiratory capacity, flexibility and strength.

Professional athletes are now turning towards yoga to enhance their physical performance, prevent injuries and extend their careers.

However you dont have to participate in a sport to reap the endless benefits of yoga- so whether you are looking for a stand-alone activity to improve your overall health and well being, or you are after a cross-training programme to benefit your chosen sport then Optimal Movement Yoga Classes are for you.

Benefits

  • Improve overall flexibility and mobility
  • Build strength and stamina
  • Increase balance and agility
  • Reduce daily aches and pains
  • Return body to optimal alignment
  • Aid in recovery and injury prevention
  • Improve posture

 

  • Improve blood flow and tissue health
  • Promotes better diaphragmatic breathing and lung efficiency
  • Stimulates parasympathetic nervous system- reducing blood pressure, heart rate, stress and anxiety
  • Improves digestion (digestive system is stimulated by the parasympathetic system)

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Testimonials

It may be cliche but it really has changed my daily life and outlook. I have the confidence to get back running and improve my fitness in the gym Shalana Wright

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Oli’s treatment was an invaluable part of my success, which enabled me to go on and compete for Great Britain at the world Indoor Championships. Lewis Moses

International Distance Runner

Joe’s knowledge and expertise used to diagnose and treat my lower back problem was excellent. Sue Clark

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