Introduction to chi running & yoga for runners!

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Friday 16th September 2016

“I suddenly realised that I had just breezed up a hill and could literally feel myself flowing over the ground.
Amazing. I was running this route between 37:30 and 41 mins. Today I did 35:19 and felt like I was putting
no effort in at all. Yeah, this Chi stuff works”  – Jonathan Ryan

Programme:
• 08:30-09:30 2/5k run with Gray Caws & Rachel Masser
• 10:00-11:15 Yoga for Runners with Zena Kidd-May
• 11.15-12:00 Bring own lunch or enjoy Zena’s free raw energy balls, bananas & teas
• 12:00-13:00 Chi running explained with Gray Caws
• 13:00-14:00 Practise Chi running with Gray Caws

Cost: £55       Location: North Street, Islip (full details when space confirmed)

How to book: Email info@satyayoga.co.uk (only 9 spaces) • Payment can be made by BACs transfer (Payment must be made to reserve your space)

Note: Food will be GF & DF but not NUT free • Let us know of any injuries i.e lower back, knees, HBP, LBP, hypermobility • Please bring weather appropriate clothing • Eat breakfast before you come • Yoga suitable for all levels • Mats & blocks available

About Chi Running: Chi Running borrows the principles of T’ai Chi, to help runners of all ages move more mindfully, efficiently and effectively. Improving performance and reducing risk of injury.

The benefits aren’t just physical. When running is easier, it’s also more fun!

Many Chi Runners have found that this more mindful approach to running has boosted their self confidence, increased their mental focus and helped them stay healthy and active in other areas of their life.

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Responses

  1. Cassie Smith says:

    August 19th, 2016 at 6:13 pm (#)

    Please can you book me a place.

Satya Yoga was established in London in 2003 by Zena Kidd-May, who taught yoga to private individuals at her London studio for several years.

I was worried about joining a yoga class as I see myself as a tight, stiff person. I had had bad experiences of classes before that were too fast and not well explained and they had left me feeling I’d ‘failed’. Zena’s classes are completely different – they are calm and mindful and each new pose is well explained. We are given the space to work at our own pace and the time to take something personal from each pose. My body is still pretty tight, but I love the yoga classes and at each lesson appreciate what I am able to do with the right encouragement. Zena creates a very productive and calm atmosphere, where I feel I am free to do what works for me without having to be in competition with others.

Catherine Allen

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