Never skip the all important activation and warm up no matter how packed the starting line is! One move gets it done in a minute or less — anytime, anywhere.Read More
Andie Cozzarelli qualified for the Olympic Trials Marathon with a 1:12 half marathon just a year after graduating from North Carolina State University. Since then she’s been on a road of ups and downs. Last December she had a disappointing race at California International Marathon, which lead her to evaluate everything from her training to her recovery to her gut health. She’s now ready to race and will line up at Grandma’s Marathon on June 16. Find out how she went from one of her lowest races to aiming for her second OTQ using recovery, meditation, and more.Read More
This March we had the honor of shooting three of Stephanie Violett’s Athletes for Yoga routines on location in Tacoma, WA, with a rad team. Erin Taylor designed each of these routines (Morning Warm Up Flow, Hip Maintenance, and Post-Long Run Reset) exclusively for and with Steph, and now they are yours! Follow Stephanie's lead...Read More
Phew, this month was as fun as cheering for Boston finishers on Bolyston! Let's look back once more on all stories these past weeks, and a huge thank you to all the Athletes for Yoga who shared their journeys!Read More
Step aside April showers, this month it’s about the runners out there rain and shine. Spring is kicking off with two World Major Marathons (Boston AND London), and we’re ready to support and celebrate the runners toeing those starting lines and lining up everywhere. Join us!Read More
If you’ve got a race on the calendar this fall, it’s nearly time—taper time. It can be a confusing space to navigate, but it doesn’t have to be. Instead of throwing a taper tantrum, embrace this critical time to wind down your workouts and gather your energy and strength for competition. We'll help you shift your focus to recovery so that you can fully absorb all of your hard work with this easy routine!Read More
Alysia Montaño is patient yet unrelenting in her pursuits, unapologetically optimistic, and a leader in her sport, committed to elevating her community. She is a student of her body, listening closely and following its lead. She’s the definition of an Athlete for Yoga.
Join Alysia for three new Jasyoga videos — a pre-run warm up, a core strengthener, and a hip Reset — to make you a more balanced and resilient runner, and beyond!Read More
Happy Global Running Day! We've been celebrating all week with a yoga streak (at least 5 minutes a day) and by making our Yoga for Runners Collection + 26.2 Collection free until June 11 so everyone can join in. Hope you're enjoying! And if you're just joining, jump in and use #jasyogarun.
Read on for real runners' favorite Resets!Read More
This Wednesday, June 7 is Global Running Day! We’re celebrating by making all our yoga for runners videos free for you to try all week. And by extending a yoga streak challenge to all you runners.Read More
Triathletes tell us all the time that the run is the hardest part of the race. There’s no getting around the fact that your whole body is super fatigued after the swim and bike, and you still have (in many cases) a marathon to go! But to have a strong tri, you have to be able to close hard. We're here to help.
With these two videos, both under 5 minutes, you'll give yourself the edge you need. Learn how, when and why to use these routines in your training.Read More
Boston is one week (+ one day) out! The best way to optimize your taper (and keep the crazies away) is to have a clear plan. Even better, a plan you don't have to make. We got you! Avoid taper tantrums with our eight-day #HitReset countdown...Read More
You've heard us by now: It's not just about doing yoga, it's how you do it that matters. That a little bit goes a super long way when you're consistent. That you can do #yogaforreal. But runners, where do you start? We tapped runners who are using Jasyoga to achieve their goals, and asked the how. Here's their CliffNotes!Read More
Recovery is when your body absorbs the benefits of your hard work. As your mileage increases, restorative activities become even more vital but you don't have time to waste on recovery that doesn't work for you. The 26.2 Collection has three new recovery videos to optimize your marathon training.Read More
The irony of marathon training is that as you increase mileage, which can make you susceptible to imbalance and injury, your time becomes limited for strength work and warm-up time right when you need it the most. Optimize your time off the roads with these three videos for marathon training.Read More
A successful marathon requires not only specialized physical training and recovery, but also mental training. Use Jasyoga meditation to sharpen your focus, boost your confidence, and aid your recovery on your journey to the starting line.Read More
Come behind the scenes as we talk inspiration and style behind The 26.2 Collection!Read More
You just crossed the finish line of your marathon. How can you optimize recovery in the first 24, 48 hours and over the next week? We have your go-to Post Marathon Recovery guide! (NYC Marathoners, you might want to bookmark this.)Read More
Booty lock doesn't need to be a state of being for the long distance runner. Seriously. Get relief, not to mention mobility, in one simple stretch.Read More
Don’t work harder, work smarter. And definitely don’t stretch harder! Erin shows you how to avoid straining your already stressed hammies and instead restore fluidity to those essential running muscles.Read More