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HOW TO BECOME SPORTS YOGA® INSTRUCTOR AND BOOST YOUR INCOME!
Improve your client's performance by adding Yoga poses to Fitness routine!
Sports Yoga® is a certification specially designed for Fitness professionals and aspiring yoga teachers. Sports Yoga® can be incorporated into any fitness and workout routines, personal training, sport specific training or can be taught as group fitness class.
The Certification is Internationally accredited and recognised by the Yoga & Fitness Industry. Since its introduction in Australia and New Zealand, the community of Sports Yoga® Instructors is expanding by the day! Not surprise that even School teachers are embracing this innovative new discipline for their young students and Special Needs population.
The techniques of Sports Yoga® opens up a wide field to all trainers and fitness instructors, even those who may not be particularly interested in yoga.
Sports Yoga® combines Hatha yoga poses with traditional sport stretches, the program has been developed for anyone who desires the strengthening and stretching benefits of yoga. Many elite athletes and sport people integrate yoga into their fitness routine, enjoying the power and flexibility that yoga adds to their performance.Sports Yoga® challenging ways to enhance focus, improve aerobic endurance, build strength and increases mental stamina by quieting the mind.
To become certified instructor click here: www.myholisticfitnessperth.com.au/sports-yoga.html
As anyone who has practiced any sport at a professional level knows, most games are won and lost mentally and there is no discipline better than yoga to improve mental strength.
The number of top sportsmen doing yoga is growing. From Andy Murray tennis player, to top soccer star like Ryan Giggs of Manchester United, these guys only focus on getting the best. We should take notice when they follow a particular discipline. Bringing sport and yoga together will pay big dividends for instructors.
When we talk about Yoga and sports, one may think that they are very different from each other. Yoga equals to practice while sports equals to training. But the one thing that connects these two together is the attainment of whatever aim one wants to achieve.
As a matter of fact, Yoga is a very helpful training for sports. More and more athletes nowadays are turning to Yoga to help improve their performance.
Read more about Sports Yoga® course contents: sportsyoga-course-sample.pdf
Testimonials from Sport People:
There is no way I could have played as long as I did without yoga," says Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, not retired after an extraordinary 20 years in pro basketball. Many consider Abdul-Jabbar to be the greatest centre, maybe the greatest player, in basketball history. "My friends and teammates think I made a deal with the devil. But it was yoga that made my training complete," he says.
"I guarantee that 10 years from now, yoga will be much more mainstream in the athletic world," adds Joel Fish, Ph.D., executive director of the Centre for Sports Psychology in Philadelphia.
Disclaimer - Any general advice given in any article should not be relied upon and should not be taken as a substitute for visiting a qualified medical Doctor.