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Rolling On The Floor Laughing – A Seriously Fun Mobility Workshop For CrossFitters

 ROLLING ON THE FLOOR LAUGHING

A Seriously Fun Mobility Workshop For CrossFittersyoga-tune-up

Date & Time: Thursday, May 8th from 6:00pm to 8:00pm **This will be in lieu of our regularly scheduled 6:00pm and 7:00pm class.

Location: CrossFit Annapolis – 1790 Virginia Ave Annapolis, MD 21401

Price: The price is $45 and includes 1 pair of Yoga Tune Up® Therapy Balls.

Register: https://rotfl12.eventbrite.com

**Space Is Limited

In CrossFit®, we lift weights over our heads and squat deep. Your mobility can mean the difference between a rep and a no-rep;; it can mean the difference between frustration and personal records. Yoga Tune Up® is an anatomy-based movement practice that utilizes breathing, corrective exercise and self-myofascial release techniques to improve mobility and movement, decrease pain and stress and, ultimately, to improve your performance.

Don’t spend your whole time mobilizing in the pain cave! Mobility only improves if you work on it, so let’s make mobilizing fun. Yoga Tune Up techniques erase pain and soreness from overused muscles and bring a smile back to your face. Yoga Tune Up Therapy Balls are grippy, pliable and mold to the contours of your tension dissolving it for good. This workshop will expand your toolkit of techniques to unglue your stuck joints and unlock more potential for you and and your athletes.

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Screen Shot 2014-03-28 at 9.21.14 AMKeith Wittenstein has a way of infusing humor into his detailed and intelligent teaching of anatomy and mobility techniques. Keith is a Yoga Tune Up teacher committed to having people move better and live pain free lives. He is a CrossFit trainer and a veteran member of the CrossFit Level 1 Seminar Staff. He leads CrossFit Specialty Seminars on Kettlebells, Gymnastics and Olympic Weightlifting. Prior to teaching CrossFit, Keith taught vinyasa yoga for many years throughout New York City.

This workshop is 2 hours long. The balls work best on skin and tight-fitting sportswear (e.g. spandex or compression); please avoid wearing loose, billowy clothing. 

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