Whether you're on the course for fresh-air exercise, to improve your personal best, or to compete with others, yoga can help.
Doing yoga doesn't have to mean meditating while sitting like a pretzel or doing handstands while chanting. There is a style of yoga to benefit any personality, any level of fitness, and any physical challenge.
Increasing numbers of athletes are turning to yoga for an extra advantage. Race car driver Oriol Servia even jokes that "I definitely do not encourage other drivers to try it. I want to have an advantage."
Yoga gives you increased core strength, deeper flexibility, better balance, better breath control, and body/breath/mind awareness. For golfers this translates to:
- more power behind your swing
- more flexibility for a deeper swing-through
- prevention of injury
- staying calm under pressure
- delivering fresh oxygen to muscles before a swing
- less fatigue on the course
- quicker recovery from fatigue and injury off the course
- increased ability to focus results in fewer mistakes
- quicker recovery from mistakes
- better posture on and off the course
- improved balance
- more precise alignment before and during your swing
Learn and practice yoga with a safety-minded instructor who has studied the science-based research of the benefits of yoga.
Private sessions are designed just for you, based on your specific goals, fitness level, and any physical limitations.
Group sessions take you through a series of routines generally beneficial for golfers.