Yoga + Running Retreat: August 10- 13 at Breitenbush Hot Springs
Join us for three days of trail running and restorative yoga. Whether you are a novice runner looking for a structured program or an experienced runner looking to invigorate your training, this retreat will help you meet your goals. This balanced workshop addresses the physical and mental aspects of running. The days include morning trail runs, interactive classes, technique sessions, and restorative yoga, targeted to the needs of runners, led by Sarahjoy Marsh. Participants will leave with a personalized training plan for their next race.
The goal is for runners to learn how to incorporate yoga in to their training routines. The retreat is still primarily a running retreat with trail runs, training classes, and running technique instruction.
This unique workshop is for runners and yoga practitioners of all skill and ability levels. To fully enjoy the experience, you should be able to comfortably run for 30 minutes. As for the yoga, you do not need any prior experience.
- Training for your first half marathon or marathon
- Run a fast 5k
- The joys of trail running
- Breaking old habits
- Mental Focus: Relaxation and visualization
- Keeping balance and perspective
- Training 101
- Preventing over training
- Peak racing
- Running surfaces
- Yoga for runners
- Strength training
- Running form
For more information, visit: http://dayafoundatio...g-yoga-retreat/
Sarahjoy has a Masters in Counseling and has been training yoga teachers, yoga outreach volunteers, and mental health providers, including clinical psychologists and socials workers in yoga therapy tools for 20 years. She is a student and scholar of yoga with 22 years of professional teaching experience and 25 years of yogic study. Committed to supporting marginalized populations and using yoga for social justice she founded two non-profits. Living Yoga brings yoga to prisons, alcohol and drub rehab centers and transitional facilities. DAYA Foundation teaches yoga and mindfulness tools to those with addiction, anxiety or depression; to those with medical issues such as cancer, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's disease; and to others who would not be able to attend yoga classes because of social, financial or physical constraints.