Forever RUN Yoga With Karli Goering Taylor and Mathew Nark

by Christine Bishop

Karli Taylor has written the Yoga For Runners column for The Pace Setter for the past two years and has done a tremendous job.  Fortunately for her and unfortunately for us her business has become so popular that she will no longer be able to contribute regularly to our journal.

Presently she is partnering with Mat Nark the founder of Nark Running and Strength to present Forever Run Yoga.  It is a complimentary yoga program designed for athletes to strive for freedom from injury and consistency in training.  The next class with be on Tuesday, September 17, 2019 at 6:30 PM and after that it will be every alternating week on Tuesday as long as there is interest. I attended the first class a week ago and it was packed.  Below are pictures from that session followed by an archive of the outstanding articles she has written for The Pace Setter.


Karli Taylor: Yoga For Runners Archive

How to Combat Tight Upper Body to Run Better: Fish pose, or matsyasana

Warriors Against Achilles Injury: Warrior 1, Virabhadrasana I and Warrior 2,
Virabhadrasana II

Karli Receives “Extra Mile” Award at Banquet

Yoga to Strengthen Your Body When Running in Snow: Bound angle pose, or Baddha Konasana

How to Strengthen the Hip Complex: Reclined Pigeon or Supta Kapotasana

Miraculous Pose to Repair Your BodyLegs up the Wall pose or Viparita Karani

How to Give Yourself Better Running Strength: Downward Facing Dog or Adho Mukha Svanasana

How to Put Your Best Foot Forward: Thunderbolt Pose or Vajrasana

How to Stretch Wisely: Lizard pose, or Utthan Pristhasana

Balance For Runners: Tree Pose or Vrksasana

Strengthening Your BackRagdoll or Baddha Hasta Uttanasana, and Dead Bug or Matkut Shavasana

Combating Runner’s Butt – Half Fish Pose or Ardha Matsyendra

Exercises to Help in Stability – Happy Baby or Ananda Balasana

Stretching Hip Flexors – Crescent Moon Pose or Anjaneyasana , and Bridge Pose or  Setu Bandha Sarvangasana

Yoga for Runners Intro

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