Pre & Post run stretch & wind down Yoga session

For Runners wanting to bring a sense of balance to their running routine.
Rating: 4.0 out of 5 (20 ratings)
2,046 students
Pre & Post run stretch & wind down Yoga session
Rating: 4.0 out of 5 (20 ratings)
2,046 students
bring balance to your physical body, opening and stretching

Requirements

  • A general knowledge of Yoga & postures as well as knowing ones physical limitations

Description

This course is for those wanting to gain some insight on how to best balance their body before and after a run. With the use of a short yoga sequence before running as well as short post run session too. Stretching into areas that tighten too much and strengthening into areas where the body might need some additional support.

Who this course is for:

  • all runners and professional athletes people wanting to bring balance into their being especially from strength training

Course content

1 section • 6 lectures • 47m total length
  • Pre run stretch Yoga session
    02:09
  • Pre run stretch Yoga session video
    12:25
  • Post Run stretch & wind down session
    00:52
  • Post Run stretch & wind down video
    18:05
  • Ankle strengthening
    09:29
  • Ankle stretching
    04:20

Instructor

Personal Equilibrium Practitioner
Nicole Angelika Panzer
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 33 Reviews
  • 3,155 Students
  • 3 Courses

“We only have one body for this lifetime, learn to treat it with respect, love, honour and dignity and it will give you a life you always dreamt of.”

Passionate about working with people and instilling a sense of wellbeing and balance into ones life through the various modalities she has on offer. Always combining in her practice a perfect balance of body, mind, soul feeling and sensing just what the body needs. One of her passions also lies in working with one of our most intricate parts of our being, the Spine. It acts as a messenger from our brain to the rest of our body, delivering messages through our nerves and meridians keeping our body healthy and functioning. An imbalance in our spine or skeletal system can be caused by certain injuries, accidents, birth or illnesses, blocking the pathways where our meridians & nerves run through or branch out of. Malfunctioning of various organs and limbs can be attributed to this. By gently easing the body’s skeletal system and spine back into place the organs & or limbs should be freed then gently the healing process begins.