***Free Trial Wednesday, September 2nd @ 7pm*** Registration CLOSED - Stay Tuned for Next Opportunity
*TLA Membership is not required
Yoga for Athletes
Yoga for young athletes can be a great addition to a training regimen for basketball, baseball, football, volleyball, hockey and more. Build strength, enhance balance and increase flexibility. 

Yoga enhances athletic performance in many ways:

  • Optimize breathing
  • Learn valuable skills for alleviating pre-game/performance jitters
  • Enhance body awareness
  • Improves strength, flexibility and range of motion to boost overall performance and reduce incidents of injury.
  • Develop stability and balance
  • Improve coordination and agility
  • Cultivate a healthy body image
  • Boost confidence and self-esteem
  • Improve posture promoting proper alignment and movement
  • Improve focus and concentration for enhanced performance

Practice yoga like the professional athletes to improve! 

After the Seattle Seahawks won the Super Bowl, the New York Times wrote an article -

The article included this passage:

“Men and athletes doing yoga is not new. Basketball’s Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was an early proponent, as was the tennis star John McEnroe. Most recently, Andy Murray credited part of his recent tennis success to Bikram yoga. Stanford’s football team has incorporated yoga into its training program.”

Here’s what some top athletes say about their practice of yoga:

– “Yoga isn’t just about the body, it’s also about the mind, and it’s a technique that has really helped me.” LeBron James, NBA All-Star

– “I’ve been practicing yoga since 1995, and I practice by breathing and focusing exercises before every game.” Kevin Garnett, NBA All-Star

– “In sports, you need balance, strength, and flexibility. Yoga helps so much in each of these areas. It has been a huge part of my success.” Sean Burke, All-Star NHL Goalie

So grab a yoga mat and some water and get ready to up YOUR game!

Registration Details:

  • Free trial Sepmteber 2nd at 7pm - Reservations closed - stay tuned for next opportunity.
  • Program starts September 14th
  • Mondays and Wednesdays 7-7:30pm
    • Additional classes may be added, depending on interest
  • Ages 8-18 are welcome (COED)
    • Instructor will work within each person's comfort and ability level and modify excercises accordingly
  • Classes limited to 8 participants
  • Registration link to be available soon!