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
above your head so your biceps are tucked behind your ears. Relax your shoulders to avoid them hunching. 3. Take a step forward with your right foot, keeping your toe pointed and your quad contracted to pull up the knee cap. 4. Inhale, tighten your
helps strengthen the knees, but don't over-do it if you know your knees aren't great.""Use this pose as a practise to find some mental clarity. You'll be pretty hot and sweaty by this point in the class, and desperate for the savasana, so avoid
As we mentioned in our previous blog, the second set of Tree is actually a different pose altogether, but you pick up the posture where you left off with Tree. Toe Stand (Padangustasana in Sanskrit- you really should be fluent by now) requires patience, concentration and a strong...
If you've harboured secret desires of having the flexibility and grace of a ballet dancer, you'll love Dandayamana Dhanurasana.Even if you're just looking for a more flexible lower back or an end to back pain, you'll love the sixth pose in the Bikram sequence, also known as Stand...
Welcome to posture three of the 26 postures in the Bikram yoga series. This blog is brought to you from the sunny surroundings of South Beach, Miami, where your intrepid reporter is researching Bikram as practised over the pond and running up and down the beach in 84 degree heat....
Our first two blog posts introduced Bikram yoga, and now we're getting into the nitty-gritty of how the 26 specific postures in the Bikram sequence can improve your running performance.Practising yoga in the heat brings huge benefits, but the flipside of the 104 degrees farenheit...
these ligaments strong and healthy is crucial for injury-free running.Alongside occupational hazards such as 'tennis elbow' and 'golfer's wrist', 'runner's knee' is the dreaded non-specific but debilitating impact-related pain which torments many a runner (and
blog. If you're a regular reader of this website or Runner's World magazine you'll know the importance of stretching and flexibility in helping to make you a better runner and ward off injury.After three years of on-off injury I decided that my new
If there's one pose that every single beginner fancies their chances at mastering with little effort it's Savasana.Sanskrit for 'Death Pose', it essentially involves, um, playing dead essentially. It's the halfway point of the 26 poses and signals the change over from the standin...
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