Lexie also teaches sport-specific yoga having trained with an organisation called Yoga Sport Science (TM) She runs regular Yoga for Runners and Cyclists in Surrey and London and has worked one-to-one with many runners, cyclists and triathletes as well as tennis players and golfers.
Lexie can create tailored yoga sessions for any sport including tennis, rowing or climbing and 'mental' sports like pistol shooting. A former business magazine journalist, she now writes about yoga, stretching and wider health and fitness subjects for the sports media. Lexie has written articles for magazines including Cycling Fitness, Runner's World, Trail Runner, Women's Fitness, Outdoor Fitness and OM Yoga and the websites totalwomenscycling.com and thecyclingbug.com.
Lexie Williamson is a British Wheel of Yoga-trained instructor.She has been teaching since 2005. Her style of yoga is called Vinyasa Flow. This is a dynamic form of yoga where movements are synchronised with breathing to stretch and strengthen the entire body.
This style of yoga can be adapted to suit all levels from total beginners to advanced students. Yoga improves flexibility, core strength and posture, restoring the body's natural muscular balance. Sessions also include breathing as well as relaxation and meditation to calm and focus the mind. Lexie teaches private 1/2/1 sessions, runs drop in group classes in Esher, Surrey and offers lunchtime stress-releasing workplace yoga.
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