YOGA FOR ATHLETES. ANYWHERE. ANYTIME.

Below find yoga practices tailored for athletes, including practices that you can try now for free!

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Yoga for Athletes: Gentle Warm Up
PropsNone This 10 minute practice is a quick and gentle way to warm up your body and prepare it for the activities you have planned. We start off warming up the spine by moving it ...
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Yoga for Athletes: Recover from Sore Glutes, Hamstrings + Hips
Propswall, 2 blocks, 1 bolster/pillow, 1 blanket (optional) This 55 minute practice is a combination of a slow paced flow and yin. We really focus on the lower half of the body and get into ...
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Yoga for Climbers: Release Climbing Tension
PropsNone.  This 33 minute practice is a great climbing cool down as it focuses on areas that are prone to collecting tension in a climbers body. Specifically, we’ll move through several poses that stretch out ...
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Yoga for Athletes: Hip Flexor Strength for More Power + Control
Props: 1 block (optional) This 34 minute practice targets the hip flexors, which are the muscles responsible for lifting your knees and legs. This sequence consists of a series of poses that predominantly build strength, ...
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Yoga for Athletes: Chill Full Body Stretch
Props: 1 block, 1 strap (optional)  This 80 minute slow paced full body stretch will leave your body and mind feeling relaxed and open. We’ll move slowly and hold poses for several breaths to get ...
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Yoga for Athletes: Working Hip + Leg Flexibility
Props: 1 strap, blocks (optional) In this 56 minute yoga practice we focus on restoring mobility in the lower half of the body. We begin with a moon salutation, which is different from the traditional ...
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Yoga for Athletes: Quick Recovery for Athletes in Competition
Props1 firm pillow/bolster, 2-4 blocks, 1 blanket (optional)  This 12 minute practice is the perfect simple recipe for relaxation when you want to treat yourself to some passive recovery but don’t have a lot of ...
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Yoga for Climbers: Quick De-Pump Between Climbs
Props: None. Not even a mat! This quick 11 minute video is a simple yoga practice you can throw down basically anywhere. Whether you’re climbing at the gym or at the crag, you can take ...
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Yoga for Climbers: Quick Wrist Warm Up for Slopey Climbs
Props: None. This 15 minute practice is perfect for climbers looking to clock in a super sloper session, or for climbers that experience some wrist discomfort from climbing and want to build up some more ...
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Yoga for Climbers: Pre-Send Focus
 Props: Block or comfortable seat. This 12 minute practice is completely focused on focus. The goal to quiet the mind and prepare it for the task at hand. Sending a climbing takes as much ...
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Yoga for Athletes: Chest Opening for Tight Chest + Shoulders
Props: 1 blanket, 2 blocks, 1 strap This 45 minute chest opening practice is focused on dissolving tension across the chest and the fronts of the shoulders that can easily develop from the demands and ...
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Yoga for Athletes: Energizing Warm Up for Lazy Dayz
Props: None This 25 minute practice is focused on cultivating energy on particularly lazy days, or when you feel like you need a boost to start your day or training. The poses and movements included ...
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Yoga for Athletes: Shoulder Mobility Warm Up
Props: 1 strap, 1 block (optional) This 18 minute warm up focuses on warming up the inherently unstable shoulder joint so that it can be better prepared to handle the demands of shoulder or upper ...
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Yoga for Athletes: Building Core Strength
Props: 1 block This 55 minute core focused practice is designed to strengthen your core from front to back and from side to side, with the intention of creating a strong midsection that will support ...
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Yoga for Athletes: Full Body Strength
Props: 1 block (optional) This 40 minute full body practice focuses on creating strength in the main areas of the body. We’ll be flowing with our breath as we move through poses that strengthen the ...
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