What’s This Thing They Call Revolution Yoga?

Viva la Revolution Yoga! You know, life seems to be all about choices. While yoga meditation is wonderful for the body-mind, that old cardiovascular system needs a good charging up now and again. What if you could find a way to get a really decent cardiovascular workout as part of your regular yoga routine? Gabrielle Boston is a yoga trainer who seems to have come up with a solution to this conundrum. Revolution yoga is a style of yoga that combines both a cardiovascular workout using cycling with yoga poses and yoga meditation to calm the mind. It seems to seamlessly fuse these two apparently separate kinds of activities in a very unique way.

What’s This Thing They Call Revolution Yoga?

Revolution Yoga is a hybrid class of 45 minutes of calorie burning indoor cycling followed by 45 minutes of complimentary yoga focusing on upper body strength and

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Revolution Yoga combines aerobic fitness with traditional yoga movements. Photo: Hemera Technologies c/o Photos.Com

full body stretching. While the cycling is targeted to burning off 500 calories, Gabriella burns 600 or so and even has a regular who routinely tops 800 in the first session. Plus, the use of breath and meditation allows participants to calm their mind, so they’ll have that going for them. Which is good.

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Combining cycling and yoga seems to be just what those of us who want to do it all seem to thrive on. Revolution yoga may never catch on with yoga purists or avid cycling enthusiasts, but it’s reassuring to know that you really can have your cake and eat it too.

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