Here are a few posture ideas that you can do post-class or on your rest days. These postures are specifically chosen to stretch muscle groups that are particularly solicited while running, and to counteract the negative effects of repeated movements.
1. Iliotibial band
2. Gluteus minimus, gluteus medius, gluteus maximus
3. Quadriceps and psoas
Protect the knees by doubling the mat or using a blanket.
Tighten the buttocks in both variations in order to protect the back
Excellent for reinforcing the upper back muscles
Yoga teacher at Wanderlust and Énergie Cardio, Lolë ambassador for three years
I discovered yoga in 2008. Having done ballet from childhood to adolescence, I found in yoga the same benefits that dance brought me, and even more. In 2009, I started teaching different styles to group classes in fitness centres. This experience was very rewarding to me because, among other things, it helped develop my confidence. Meanwhile, my passion for yoga has grown steadily. Last year, I made the best decision of my life, which was to follow the Wanderlust teacher training. What I want more than anything is to continue to learn and to help students through the practice of yoga.