This series is a mix of regular length sessions of 45-60 mins, and shorter sessions of 15-20 mins. While the longer segments are best done at one go, they will still be effective if broken down into shorter segments. This series has some ideas for what can be done immediately before and after running, and also stand-alone sessions for overall benefit
Most sessions in this series go back and forth between focus on those areas that are overly used in running (legs, knees, ankles), and those that are not adequately addressed (back, shoulders, hips).
The ‘Beginner’ level sessions are recommended for those with no background in asana practice.
All asanas are best learnt under direct supervision.
These sessions are meant for the runner’s overall well-being. These are not therapeutic sessions. Specific injuries/ weaknesses, are dealt with in other recordings.
Part2: Things to do Before Running – Part1 – a short session
Part3: Things to do Before Running – Part2 – a short session
Part4: Things to do after Running – a short session
Tagwords: running, walking, spine, hip, legs, stiffness, fatigue