With the only athlete-led, on-demand yoga video platform + app that puts yoga into context of your sport and goals, you can use yoga anytime, anywhere (even offline) to become a more balanced, resilient, and powerful athlete. Your first 14 days is always free!
Your breath is your most powerful and accessible tool — use Wake Up Your Breathing to wake up, warm up, and prepare yourself for what’s ahead.
Take your practice further:
• Use one video from the Wake Up Your Breathing collection every day this week.
• Download your free A4Y Practice Plan to plan, track, and review each week.
• Share your practice using #athletesforyoga and #yourweeklya4ypractice — we love to cheer you on!
Meditation is restorative mental focus training — it helps us to relax and recharge so that we can feel and function our best. Finding a balanced, comfortable seat is a great way to support yourself when you practice, and helps to reinforce balanced sitting — so important in general because we si...
Set a tone of steadiness for the task ahead. This simple breath technique is calming and balancing — use it to start the day or pregame your workout or game/race.
- Focus: mental focus, balance
- When: pre- or post-workout
- Suggested prop: bolster or pillow
It’s often when we feel like we don’t have time to meditate or rest that we need that space the most. When you’re busy, things tend to blur together — as if there’s no space between thoughts — and it’s hard to be fully present and effective with what you’re doing.
Exclusive routine from Work IN: The Athlete's Plan for Real Recovery and Winning Results!
Lengthening your exhale has a profound calming effect on your nervous system, helping you to slow your heart rate and relax. Use this routine to Work IN.
Includes a pre/post practice check in — a pause to no...
Your breath is your most powerful and accessible tool — you are always breathing and your breath is always available. Lengthening your exhale has a profound calming effect, activating your parasympathetic nervous system and helping you to slow your heart rate and relax.
Breathlessness is common during pregnancy and as your baby grows it can feel as though you have no space to breathe. Use this routine to familiarize with and practice breathing techniques to create more space in your mind and body, to manage discomfort, and ultimately to help deliver your baby as...