Why Yoga?

Because yoga works.  Our physical health and performance is not the result of just the strength of our muscles but the combination of our physical strength, endurance, balance, flexibility as well as our mental resiliency and focus.  Which pretty much sums up the results you see when practicing yoga regularly, you’ll also have a perma-grin as a bonus.

The Green Yogis Julie Rader learned this lesson at an early age from her mother who overcame breast cancer by incorporating visualization techniques in her treatment and while competing as a diver and soccer player.  Her experiences and passions led her to earn a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Union College, a master’s degree in Exercise Physiology from Northern Arizona University, and her yoga certification which she’s been using every day for the past 15 years.

Recently Julie explained why yoga and sports go hand in hand for Breaking Muscle, an online forum about fitness, nutrition, and health.  She emphasizes in this day and age a great athlete can no longer get away with just a physical practice but must apply their whole being to their craft to truly excel and dominate their competition.  Click here to read the complete article.

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Breaking Muscle is team of experienced professionals dedicated to providing comprehensive strength and conditioning, and mind/body wellness programs. They draw from their education, experience, and empirical research within their community to provide full scale services to athletes, coaches and consumers. Breaking Muscle specializes in Olympic lifting, powerlifting, functional fitness, yoga, and mind/body modalities. Breaking Muscle utilizes the latest research, products, and equipment to provide services to advance human health and performance.

Be Inspired,

Kelly

 
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