Sole Yoga Workshop for Runners

Your teacher

Tanya Carr Smith
See below for more details!

When

Saturday, 10th June 2017
1pm – 3pm

Price

$35

Where

Beginner Yogi Yoga Studio

Workshop Details

Join Tanya for a two hour yoga for runners workshop before the Wellington marathon on 18th June. It doesn’t matter what event you have entered, this workshop is for you.

 During the two hour workshop, Tanya will guide you through a yoga flow focusing on your hips and core followed by a yin practice and visualisation in preparation for your final training week.

Tanya has run up to ultra-marathon distance and is passionate about how yoga and running can go hand in hand.

Tanya has been practicing yoga for about 10 years after stumbling upon it through a friend. Over the years she has practiced many styles of yoga and still enjoys the variety of movement. Tanya believes Yoga encourages you to challenge yourself without the need to compare yourself with others. It intrigues you and gives you a belief to be who you are and be okay with that, no judgement required. It empowers you to treat your body with respect and to be thankful for whatever movement, whatever flexibility level or body shape you are. Yoga gives you strength-both in mind and body. She has an excellent knowledge of anatomy and physiology believing that as long as what your body is doing in an asana is safe, then it is okay for you to move and look different to everybody else in the class. She believes in the importance of an individual practice. When you combine her anatomy and physiology knowledge with her love of running and the outdoors, you have a teacher who wants you to have the best possible practice in that moment for you. In her other “life”, Tanya is a mum of three young children, a tertiary tutor, a (wannabe) surfer, beach lover and book nerd with a soft spot for good coffee and fine wine.

Meet Tanya Carr Smith

Tanya has been practicing yoga for about 10 years after stumbling upon it through a friend. Over the years she has practiced many styles of yoga and still enjoys the variety of movement. Tanya believes Yoga encourages you to challenge yourself without the need to compare yourself with others. It intrigues you and gives you a belief to be who you are and be okay with that, no judgement required. It empowers you to treat your body with respect and to be thankful for whatever movement, whatever flexibility level or body shape you are. Yoga gives you strength-both in mind and body. She has an excellent knowledge of anatomy and physiology believing that as long as what your body is doing in an asana is safe, then it is okay for you to move and look different to everybody else in the class. She believes in the importance of an individual practice. When you combine her anatomy and physiology knowledge with her love of running and the outdoors, you have a teacher who wants you to have the best possible practice in that moment for you. In her other “life”, Tanya is a mum of three young children, a tertiary tutor, a (wannabe) surfer, beach lover and book nerd with a soft spot for good coffee and fine wine.