Sign up for yoga sessions at Road Cycling Show

Road Cycling Show 2012

Don't miss your chance to take part to take part in a yoga class designed specifically for cyclists with a world class instructor at the Gatorade G Series Pro Theatre held at the close of the Road Cycling Show at Sandown Park, Surrey, this weekend (April 21-22).

The G Series Pro Theatre is running a session of yoga for cyclists each day with Jack Maitland, coach to world champion athletes and fully qualified yoga teacher.

The sessions are at 16:00-16:45 on both Saturday and Sunday.

The Sessions are open to 25 people, and are targeted at anyone from the first timer right through to the yoga fanatic. 10 mats will be available, as such it is requested that people please bring their own. Spots can be booked in advance via email (contact to guarantee a spot or one can just turn up on the day.

With respect to the sessions, top flight Coach, Jack Maitland comments: "My yoga session at the Gatorade Pro Series Theatre will take the participants through the fundamental postures of the ashtanga yoga system. By linking movement with breath, you will discover how to stretch and strengthen your body, working towards correcting the misalignments thatnaturally occur through the repeated movements one goes through when cycling. You will also learn how yoga can help mentally by teaching you to focus andrelax through the physical practice."

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