Before yoga and I met, I thought pain management was just a part of my sport. Now I realize strong flexible muscles mean more power, better performance, and less risk of injury!
Yin Yoga at Flagstaff Climbing
Do your hamstrings cramp up in a stretchy back-step move? Have your shoulders become so tight that making a reach move actually hurts? Then come to Saturday morning yin yoga where the goal is to relax and improve flexibility in the areas that get super tight on climbers: shoulders, forearms, fingers, chest, back, hips and legs. It’s great for a pre-climbing warm-up or for a chill day. So, if you want to avoid cramping up during that key move, join us for yin yoga and keep sending!
"Know safety; no injury.
No safety; know injury."
- SOMEONE ONCE SAID
This one-hour, slow-paced, stretching class combines controlled breathing and long pose hold times (one to five minutes). Quiet and highly therapeutic, this yoga practice stimulates the deep, connective tissues of the body. Yin is ideal for all levels, beginners to advanced yogis. Yin improves overall flexibility and muscle health.