Hello, lovely one.

The practice of Yoga has enabled me and hundred of other runners to become better, stronger and yes, faster runners too.

Personally, it helped me find a different level of joy and ease that I was able to establish in my body and my mind as well. I notice when I don't do it, especially as I get older! We don't bounce back as quick anymore if we don't. Though it doesn't mean, we have to spend hours and hours doing more work.

As part of a continuous practice, even if it's only 15mins a day, we're able to find a greater awareness of where we're at, we can let go of tension and tightness, developing or maintaining our physical strength and ease in any imbalanced areas.

It becomes a continuous reminder of the beauty, the wisdom and intelligence of your own body and mind, realising how powerful we really are.

If you allow it, the practice will help you open up to a whole world of new experiences within yourself, allowing both the shadows and the light to exist together, as well as seeing more of the beauty and joy of this world.

So in that sense - whether you're a great runner or not, or don't even consider yourself a runner at all - it will no doubt benefit you on all levels, may it be physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

Warm Ups

One of the beautiful benefits of our practice is that it helps us get centred quickly and stay that way throughout your run.

Warm-up body and mind, by checking in mentally & emotionally, and then clearing any cobwebs in your muscles and tissues for more ease within your stride.

Find your breath, notice where you're at right now and get focused on your intention for your next run.

Strength & Stability

See both stability and strength as a help to create greater integrity around the ever so important relationship between joints and muscles in your body:

Through balanced muscular effort we not only move with more ease and safety. We also encourage a greater range of motion and flexibility as a result.

Cool Downs

Enjoy the slower pace of these sessions as a healing tonic for your nervous system.

Notice the difference as you simply allow yourself to be in the postures, to actively or passively support your body in its recovery. May that be from your running or just from a full on week of life!

We recommend including these as a regular part of your practice following your running or training.


"Yoga is the rule book for playing the game of Life, but in this game no one needs to lose.

It is tough, and you need to train hard. It requires the willingness to think for yourself, to observe and correct, and to surmount occasional setbacks. It demands honesty, sustained application, and above all love in your heart."

- BKS Iyengar