This lunchtime (1-2pm) we're joined in the forum by Olga Allon, the founder of Hot Bikram Yoga studios. She'll be on board to answer any questions you have about practising yoga - how you can fit it in with your training, what it can do to relieve specific injuries and more.
Olga's Hot Bikram Yoga studios in Fulham, Balham and London Bridge are firmly established destinations that reflect the ethos of Bikram Yoga, the UK’s fastest growing form of yoga.
As you'll know from Kerry and Alex's posts in our Yoga for Runners blog, Bikram Yoga is a demanding (but highly rewarding!) series of 26 postures and breathing exercises practised in a heated room. Practising Bikram Yoga can help with injuries and weight loss, reduces blood pressure, improves posture, eases back pain and relaxes the body and mind. Each posture in the series requires concentration, patience, determination and self-control, which leads to increased mental clarity and reduced stress.
Get your questions in now before Olga joins us at lunchtime!
Money off for RW readers!
Did you run the 2012 London Marathon? Bring your medal to any of Hot Bikram Yoga's London studios (Balham, Fulham and London Bridge) and get the London Marathon pass, which allows you ten consecutive days of unlimited yoga for £15.
A few Hot Bikram Yoga classes will be just what your body needs to stretch back into shape and melt all those aches away.
Not a marathon runner but keen to try Hot Bikram Yoga?
You can still get £5 off our '20 days for £35' intro offer by using promo code: runners2012. You can buy the intro offer here.
Don't forget to pass this on to any other runners!
Terms: The London Marathon pass is only available if you complete the 2012 London Marathon; one pass per person; bring your medal to a studio to claim the special pass. The pass is for 10 consecutive days and must be started by 1 June 2012. The £5 off promo code can be applied only to our 20 day offer for new students and the code expires on 1 June 2012.