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Patricia Akins, CSCS
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Sport Yoga: Yoga For Athletes

Today I want to talk about what Sport Yoga is by starting with what it isn't. It's not your typical yoga. There are no inversions. We don't do down dog. We don't end with shavasana. We don't settle deep into the muscle or the joint. It's not about never having "tweeks" but about being able to absorb them and move on!Sport Yoga is about the muscles being able to adapt to change quickly and efficiently. It's about filling all the "air in the tires" so they all measure at the same PSI. It's about…See More
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High School Coach, Athlete, Personal Trainer
Name of School, Team or Business
Sport Yoga Lady
Job Title
Exercise Therapiset
Current Job Description
I work with active people of all levels, keeping them on the "field" doing what they love. Whether you are a weekend warrior, a professional athlete or regular person who just likes to ski and run, my job is to fix you, correct and improve your movement patterns and keep you flexible and injury free and bring your level of play to a whole new level
Past Job Experience
Self Employed Sport Yoga instructor since 2005
Education
BA in Physical Education, BSU
NSCA, CSCS
NESTA Sport Yoga Instructor
Job Status
I am seeking a new job

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Sport Yoga: Yoga For Athletes

Today I want to talk about what Sport Yoga is by starting with what it isn't. It's not your typical yoga. There are no inversions. We don't do down dog. We don't end with shavasana. We don't settle deep into the muscle or the joint. It's not about never having "tweeks" but about being able to absorb them and move on!



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