While this class is designed for pre-crawling babies and their moms, older (pre-toddler) babies are welcome. We support both breast- and bottle feeding during class, and encourage even moms of “fussy” babies to come.
Starting on Tuesday April 4th @ 11:30am
Stand Up Paddleboard Yoga with Caron Shepley.
What is Stand Up Paddle Yoga? Stand-Up Paddleboard (SUP) Yoga is a challenging new way to energize and transform any regular yoga practice. Practiced while floating on water and balancing on a paddleboard, SUP Yoga is making waves around the world. Classes take place at the natural quarry setting in calm chest-high waters. Following a warm up paddle around the quarry, students are guided through modified yoga poses on the paddleboard. Classes end with Savasana, and it is particularly special as you are rocking in the gentle waves with the sounds of nature all around.
A great way to get and stay fit, SUP Yoga classes work the legs, core, arms, and back as you try to stay on the board and perform the poses. The broad and stable 10- to 12-foot-long paddleboards have been dubbed ‘the floating yoga mat,’ while SUP yoga devotees describe the experience as relaxing, meditative, joyful, and free.
Entering it’s 5th season we are excited to continue to build on the success of the swim team. Head Coach Sean Bechtel, one of Canada’s top Triathlon swimmers, looks to build on the program with new ideas and strategies that will lead to even better results. With options of 1-2 or 3 swims a week we can tailor the program to best fit your swimming needs.
It is believed that swimming more is not the only way to get faster. Swimming technique is overlooked by many coaches
in place of more miles because itis easier. With the right combination of technique work and moderate miles Personal Best believes we can achieve the same if not better results
A position on the bike that works for your body is essential for comfort and can be optimized for aerobic and aerodynamic performance, as well as injury prevention. At PB we utilize motion capture video to record and analyze your bike position and to extract various body angles. With this data in hand, we utilize our experience and compare against industry norms in a combined approach to refine your position. And since optimal bike fit is about more than just angles, we spend a lot of time working with you to incorporate information about your goals, your strengths and weaknesses, flexibility and biomechanical characteristics, and of course, how you ride. When completed, you'll have a riding position that maximizes your power and comfort.Bike fitting is not only for when you purchase a new bike but also benefits a rider as we age and our body changes. So consider a fit every two to three years, whenever you change bikes, and especially if you are experiencing discomfort.
1.5-2.0 hour session, $199
An often overlooked aspect of training is knowing how much effort is needed for certain intervals or workouts. As is often the case in all our busy lives we want to maximize our training time to be the most efficient we can. Having the right combination of easy and hard workouts is the best way to do this, however it is a lot harder to achieve the right efforts without the knowledge of your training zone. Personal Best uses a series of tests for cycling and running so we can accurately determine training zones. You can then measure your efforts and be certain you worked at an effort prescribed by the coach. We believe testing is the best way we can help you achieve your goals for each workout and inevitably your ultimate goal, whatever it may be.
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10 minute yoga and strength videos by Caron Shepley