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Free download: Airplane (and hotel room) yoga!

Get a free download of this airport yoga sequence at mm…yoga!

Air travel is fantastic, of course, getting us places halfway across the world super-fast. But it’s hard on the body. All that sitting in tiny spaces and pressurised cabins can result in sore hips, shoulders and backs well into your trip. Use these yoga poses in the airport, airplane, and once you land, to keep your body feeling limber. It’s also great if you can do a yoga class right before you travel so you get on the plane feeling comfortable. This free download is part of my Freester Festival, running all through April – fee classes, resources and giveaways! Click this link  to download your free printable set of instructions.

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Speaking of Freester, you can find me (Nadine) teaching free classes at the lululemon on Chapel St every Thursday in April from 6.30 – 7.30pm. On the final Thursday of the month, I will be giving everyone in the class two yogAttitude cards to keep. I will also be giving away one full set of cards and one DVD!

I’d love to see you there.

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Free download: Yoga for Runners

This free, downloadable yoga practice for runners is targeted at all those spots that tend to get tight when you run: glutes, hamstrings, quads, and iliotibial band. Regular stretching (preferably post rather than pre-run) can improve your run times and significantly reduce knee pain, shin splints, and the risk of other injury. Click this link or the image to download your copy. Use and enjoy – I’d love to hear your feedback & questions.

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This is a snazzy free  yoga resource for runners. April is Freeeester Month, so stay tuned for loads of free downloads, giveaways and community classes.

Speaking of free stuff & community classes, you can find me teaching free classes at the lululemon on Chapel St every Thursday in April from 6.30 – 7.30pm. On the final Thursday of the month, I will be giving everyone in the class two yogAttitude cards to keep. I will also be giving away one full set of cards and one DVD!

Safety note: it’s always best to learn yoga from a qualified teacher before you start practicing at home, and never over-stretch!

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Nadine