Flexibility, core strength, and recovery for cyclists.

BikeYoga is customized flexibility and recovery training designed for cyclists. Created by competitive and lifelong recreational cyclist and therapeutic yoga expert, Üma Kleppinger, BikeYoga helps you feel better both on and off the bike. Appropriate for everyone from competitive cyclists and triathletes to weekend warriors, BikeYoga will help you:

  • Experience less muscle soreness after riding.
  • Recover faster and more easily.
  • Improve stamina and endurance.
  • Improve range of motion in major joints.
  • Reach your peak performance.
  • Reduce or eliminate postural pain.

A Holistic Tune-Up for Your Body

BikeYoga loosens up typically tight areas in cyclists: hips and lower backs, neck and shoulders. Hamstrings are gently lengthened while back muscles and core are strengthened. This program is designed with simple and basic yoga techniques for strength, relaxation and ease of movement. No experience is necessary and BikeYoga is accessible to all ages and abilities. Most importantly, it works!

What Clients are Saying

“As a nutrition, health and fitness enthusiast and coach, I crave your instruction. I enjoy the quiet simplicity of them—clear instruction, good alignment, and the gentle reminders to stay present and hold poses even when my mind and body are saying I “can’t”. Your classes remind me that slow and steady is more effective and sustainable than fast and fierce, which so many beginners think they want when starting a workout program. Thank you for your presence and for sharing your vast knowledge!”
– Lila Ojeda, MS, RD, LD, CSCS LO-Solutions.com

2 comments for “What is BikeYoga?

  1. Jane Penny
    July 8, 2015 at 6:53 pm

    I am new to biking. I joined the group Ride Like A Girl and really enjoy the group and the rides. I bought a new road bike and am having problems with my pelvis due to a lot of pain. I inquired about a bike fit which I can do however the guy at Westernbike works suggested exercises and stretching and yoga would help me. I tried yoga many years ago but didn’t stay with it. Do you have classes? If so can you let me know where you are and the price of classes?

    Thank you for your help.

  2. Administrator
    September 14, 2015 at 1:41 pm

    Hi Jane:

    I am retired from teaching yoga, but not retired from riding bikes or writing about biking! My recommendation is to ask some PTs or cycling coaches who they would recommend. Not every yoga class is right for cyclists, or understand the peculiarities of the musculoskeletal challenges cyclists deal with. Hope that helps.

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