Feeling stiff and sore after cycling (and blaming the cold weather)? Trying to better manage your heart rate, power output and/or overall performance? Then explore the benefits of Yoga for Cycling in a tailored 3 part series for SPR Members in July!
There are many ways the practise of yoga can benefit cyclists including improved strength, flexibility and balance however a lesser known one is regulating breath with movement which has untold benefits on and off the bike. We have tailored this series to activating, strengthening and releasing the muscles and fascia (connective tissue) we use in cycling. The classes will be a strong Vinyasa flow for 50 minutes with 25 mins of restorative Yin to finish.
Tuesdays July 13, 20 and 27 from 18.15 – 19.30
North Perth’s Lesser Hall (next to the Town Hall), 24 View St, North Perth
Guiding us will be Eve Gindein, a senior teacher and lead facilitator at some of Perth’s largest and most successful yoga studios who also trains new teachers on registered YTT200 and advanced teacher trainings. Eve discovered a love for yoga after a serious scooter accident in 2010 rendered her fairly immobile. Her weekly practise evolved into a daily yoga (and meditation) practise and subsequently she became a teacher to share her passion and relatable knowledge about how and why yoga can transform the mind and body. Eve’s classes always offer anatomically intelligent sequencing combined with challenge, levity and humour.
The Series is $30.00 only and bookings are essential via the club shop. Places are very limited so book now to avoid disappointment.
Tickets available here.
No prior yoga experience is necessary and we invite SPR men and women, novice to experienced cyclists to join us.
To read more about the benefits of yoga for cyclists, read some more here.
Any questions can be directed to Women’s Subcommittee member Mandy McEvoy at firstname.lastname@example.org.