Yoga for Men to Relieve Tightness, Mobility, Back Pain and Make You Relax
It might start in your mid-to-late twenties: you return to the hockey rink and the next day your body feels stiff.
Are you getting old?
It increases into your thirties and forties. You are very active, you go to gym, you play hockey or basketball, and you are in decent shape.
But every morning you feel stiff as dead wood. It hurts you to move. Your back hurts. At first you might attribute it old age: you start to think that a stiff body naturally results once you are past thirty.
This is not true! Don’t believe it, because you can feel as good as you did in your prime.
That’s the bad news.
The good news is it can be melted away to bring reduce your stiffness, tightness and soreness.
In the Yoga for Stiff Guys workshop we start the process for you. Over four sessions you will learn the basics and can expect to be challenged by learning to move your body in different ways. Every guy, from roofers to accountants to drivers to teachers and anyone in-between, can benefit from yoga.
Most students remark they did not realize the work would take so much effort, but it is all doable.
How Men Benefit from Yoga:
- increase mobility
- touch your toes
- reduce back pain and over muscles soreness
- Play sports without next-day soreness
- Calm and focus your mind.
- Makee your body feel carefree like when you were 18
Saturdays 12.30pm, Four part series, starts January 21st
4 sessions, limited to 8 students Cost: $100GET STARTED
I used to shy away from yoga because I thought it was for sissies…Joe Carter, Former Toronto Blue Jay
I was wrong — it’s a great workout that every man needs to do on a regular basis.
"I'm not flexible. I can't touch my toes. I'm not suitable for yoga." With yoga expect to touch your toes - often in the very first class. Give your body some loving care by lubricating and activating core muscles, hips, and hamstrings. Yoga awakens the body to its optimal capacity. My first yoga teacher Kaila Kukla drew inspiration from Erich Shiffman,
Written by John Davis - http://runnersconnect.net/running-injury-prevention/hip-strength-and-stability/ As a high school track and field coach, I get to work with athletes with a huge range of abilities. Some are very talented and naturally strong, able to take to any new sport or form of exercise with ease, while others are somewhat uncoordinated and weak when it comes to general strength and
Many people think they are not flexible so they are not good candidates to do yoga. Yoga works in amazing ways for those who cannot touch their toes, with tight hips, and general stiffness. At the Republican debate last night Marco Rubio made a yoga joke. Ted Cruz was speaking to Donald Trump to breathe, breathe, breathe. Rubio quipped
Achieve all of your fitness and goals. Learn techniques used by elite athletes to enhance their competitiveness and overall well being. You don’t need to be an athlete to do yoga. You can be stiff as a board, tight all over, with minimal flexibility. That’s how most people are particularly past a certain age. With private classes you can also learn how to get the most out of regular drop-in sessions.
Learn the basics over four sessions. Feel muscles and strength like never before. Increase flexibility. Reduce stress. Good for beginners, athletes, younger and older students. If you have 4 or more students looking to start we can also customize a time to meet your needs. Please contact us if you have any more questions or are interested to register. We can also be reached at 416-839-6621 if you have any further questions.
Yoga for Beginners
We have daily drop-in classes. All sessions are open to students with no major injuries. There are Level 1 and Level 2 classes. Get started today by checking the schedule. Purchase a new student $40 unlimited pass or single class online to register in advance. You can also arrive at the studio ten minutes early to sign up in house. Email or call us at 416-839-6621 if you have any questions.
Check the Schedule