Daylight savings is around the corner, that means cold mornings and shorter days are coming. I don't know about you, but this often makes it so much harder for me to motivate. Also, gone are the days where I can be a weekend warrior. I know better and I want to play this winter feeling strong, not scared of getting injured.
To support all your adventure goals through the winter and beyond, AdventurUs Women is partnering with Mindful Movement Specialist Maggie Umberger this season to bring you resources to add to your movement toolkit. We want you to feel strong and ready to take on whatever you decide you want to go after, whether that’s at our Winter Escape, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, cold weather hiking, or whatever other fun adventures you might be getting up to on your own.
We know how important it is to strength train, mobilize, stretch and recover to support all the things we love to do outside. Over the course of November, December and January we are partnering with strength coach and yoga teacher Maggie Umberger (read more about her below!) to offer you tools you can use to support all those big goals both outside and in your daily life to help you feel balanced, connected and strong this winter.
When you join Maggie’s monthly membership program (more details on that below, too!) you’ll enjoy half off your first month for being part of the AdventurUs Women community. Membership gives you access to all 160+ on-demand classes that include mobility, yoga and strength-based options, and classes that range from 15-65+ minutes long, you’ll have options no matter what you need. Included in your membership are bite-size workshops, pose breakdowns and short videos to enhance your movement practice. Have any special requests or need specific guidance based on your unique needs? Maggie’s coaching style is very individualized and she is happy to offer you additional recommendations based on your needs!
About Maggie: Maggie has been a strength coach and yoga teacher since 2013, and is a Performance Enhancement Specialist, pre- and postpartum corrective exercise specialist, and Functional Range Conditioning Mobility Specialist. She is also a forever-student and an insatiable learner when it comes to all things related to our physical well-being, too. Movement is her favorite language, and she aims to help folks find what works for them so they can do what they love and find joy just as much in the process as anything else. Maggie also teaches yoga at our Escapes. Find out more about Maggie at her website here.