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3 ways to boost your PT client bookings with Yoga!

How Yoga can help boost and improve your PT sessions and bookings!

Post by Matt Miller, Broga Founder

When I first started working as a personal trainer over 10 years ago the industry was very different. First of all it was not that common and there were only two big nationally recognised courses in the US that took two years to complete.

There was no online training. No fitness buddy aps. And certainly no group exercise classes (that men did that is!) My how times have changed…

Every 24 year old with a Hollister fresh face and an 8 pack has a PT certificate from an eight week course – and the competition is fierce! The average busy gym will have between 10 and 30 licenced trainers on site. Most well-known fitness models and celebrity trainers do online training, personalised plans and ebooks. Let’s not even get started about some of the fitness aps out there like Nike, Fitstar and MyFitnessPal. And they are really good.

Broga and Yoga can boost your PT bookings

Stand out from the crown by bringing Yoga into your sessions

So how do you set yourself apart? What do you offer that none of those other formats or options do?

The answer is to be able to look at a client not as a block of sessions or even as a weight gain or weight loss project. Instead look at them as a whole and educate and inspire them in ALL aspects of their lives with you as the cornerstone piece that holds it all together. Food. Lifestyle. Training. Mobility. Recovery.

One of the best ways to set you apart from the crowd is to preach the importance of mobility and recovery and the best way to both of these at the same time is yoga. Regular yoga practice is highly documented to not only increase muscle flexibility and joint mobility (leading to greater strength gains and less injury), but has a dramatic positive effect on the parasympathetic nervous system as well. No other training can do this.

Yoga might not get all the glory like a killer legs day, but most consumers are clueing into the value of being able to not only look good, but feel good and move freely with their bodies as well. Here are 3 effectual ways to reach out to your clients and offer extra sessions with a Yoga base.

Matt Miller shows how Yoga can boost PT bookings

Adding yoga to a PT session can help clients recover from injury

  1. Address injury with yoga

Don’t wait to train a client post injury until they have been cleared by their physio to get back to resistance and impact – be part of the process. With proper yoga based training plus your PT anatomy knowledge you will have a unique skill set of gentle and isometric based exercises you can structure to benefit renewed stability, balance and strength without over working or prematurely straining the injured area.

A physiotherapist is a great first step towards recovery, but yoga movement actually teaches people how to feel move and correct themselves which is not just going to get them active again, but much closer to 100%.

 

  1. Include or add one day of active recovery

Most clients are not just using your services to fulfil their fitness needs. They are going for runs, doing spin classes, going to bootcamps. In addition to your strength and conditioning sessions, you could be using a yoga background to upsell weekly active recovery days planned specifically around their body rather than just going to a generic yoga class that chances are will not be directly targeted for their level or needs.

  1. Stretching bolt-ons

Most clients want to stretch and know they need it but will not make the time for it if left to their own devices. Why not use a yoga training background to add 15 minute or 30 minute bolt on sessions post your training session that focuses on the area you just worked with them? Using a bolt-on pricing scheme enables you to offer a valuable focused stretching session at a nominal 15-20% increase in the session charge.

 

About Matt “the Pillar” Miller

Matt Miller, “Soft as a pussycat”Yoga and fitness fanatic Matt is the founder of Broga. Living in London, Matt is a perennially sunny Californian spreading fitness inspiration and wellbeing to a wide audience.

He has been an American Football athlete, a UFBB super heavyweight Bodybuilder, a member of the US National Association of Sports Medicine, has Multiple yoga teaching certifications, was one of the first (and the youngest) to have a total titanium femur and pelvic joint, and is an internationally known Celebrity Personal trainer as seen on TV.

 


Celebrate Yoga at the Soul Circus Festival

Get your tickets for the Soul Circus Yoga & Wellness Festival this August.

A celebration of music, food and drink, camping and most importantly YOGA! Join the Broga team for a range of yoga and fitness workshops running from the 19th to the 21st of August in the stunning Cotswolds countryside.

Follow the Soul Circus Facebook page for up to date information.

 

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Protein, Ice Cream and Yoga: Team Wheyhey! feel the Broga burn with Matt Miller

Guest post by Charlotte Brook at Wheyey! the protein ice cream experts

Originally published on Wheyhey.com 

Broga… Boys Yoga? Yoga for Bros? I (Charlotte… nice to meet you) had absolutely no idea either! Whatever it was I presumed it might have some reminisce of yoga and I am always up for trying something new. Team Wheyhey! were lucky enough to have the founder of Broga®, Matt Miller come to HQ to give us a private Broga® class (lucky us) last week and boy did he put us through our paces!

Matt Miller, “Soft as a pussycat”The first impression of Matt Miller AKA Miller the Pillar, was that he looked nothing like the stereotypical yoga instructor we all imagine. Calm, soft spoken, slender physique No, No, No, Matt has his name for a reason, he is an ex American Football player built like the side of a brick…house. However, never judge a book by its cover; he might have the build of a silverback Gorilla but he’s as soft as a pussycat.

 

Matt started by explaining exactly what we were letting ourselves in for. This workout would entail the basics and structure of yoga but with a difference; strength, conditioning, flexibility and cardio would be the main aims of this class, so yes yoga with a twist.

 

 

(Credit: Wheyhey) Wheyhey! protein ice cream ready and waiting, the ultimate post workout snack.

We started with posture, form and breathing…how you would normally start and prepare for your yoga session. So why would I need a towel (we were instructed to bring one after all)? Trust me, you need a towel! Before I knew it we had a routine for reaching up, bending over, breathing in breathing out, leg in the air and then pressing my face to the floor and back 5 times.

 

Through an awesome technique and subtle teaching build up routine, Matt essentially had us doing tricep presses with one leg in the air in high plank – brutal and it burned, but it felt amazing and then straight into the sit back child pose.

 

 

 

The class was made up of these amazing intense exercises, broken up with stretching, breathing, correction of posture and a laugh or 10. Matt works you hard, you sweat, you burn, you shake…but then comes the stretching, where we partnered up and could get more of a stretch then you could ever get on your own.

 

By the end I felt unbelievable. You feel like you have had an intense workout and stretched it all out after, an amazing feeling and one I am keen to experience again very soon!

About Wheyhey

Wheyhey! is the world’s first and best selling protein ice cream. Best pals Damien Kennedy and Greg Duggan who met at Brunel University found they shared a passion for good nutrition, great food and even better bench pressing techniques. After respective stints as a GB basketball coach and fitness model, the duo dreamt up the idea of a great tasting ice cream that does you good, founding Wheyhey in 2012. You can find their products online at Musclefood.com and follow them on Twitter and Facebook [in text link to https://www.facebook.com/Wheyheyicecream/ ]

 

Broga Teacher Training

Want to further your Broga expertise? Sign up for our Broga teacher training, a 70 hour, 4 day programme in Cheltenham, running from the 15th to the 19th of July 2016.

As well as acquiring a license to teach Broga you can spread the word as a brand ambassador and will be given a year long membership into the BrogaMe Programme.

 

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Teacher spotlight – Richard George

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]1. Name, age, nationality?

Richard George, 40, British

 

2. Where do you currently live?

Birmingham

 

3. How did you first hear about Broga®?

I was searching on the internet for what types of yoga were out there for men.

 

4. Can you remember your first experience of kicking some asana? What was that
first lesson like?

I was like, this is tough, how do I keep my cool?

 

5. What made you want to teach Broga®?

I kept receiving emails from guys wanting to go to yoga classes but felt intimidated being one of the only few men in yoga classes. I wanted to be able to say “I have the perfect class you can come and try”. I also loved how the sequences were put together and focused on a specific body part, similar to how I was teaching in yoga classes, but with a new twist on the strength side of things.

 

6. What was the best part of the Broga® teacher training bootcamp?

Meeting some great people and trying out lots of physical activities and challenges that I wouldn’t normally have tried. I also loved the swimming coaching that we had.

 

7. And the most challenging part of the bootcamp?

For me it was the thought of a 10km run, after not running properly since school. But you know what, you never know until you get out there and try. It really wasn’t that challenging physically. Sometimes it’s mostly in the mind.

 

8. You graduated in April 2015 – how have things developed since graduating?

I run a regular weekly class which has a core group of Brogis, and is constantly welcoming new people. It’s also proving popular with the girls – they also love the challenging sequences. There’s the possibility of starting a second class in the Autumn at a new venue, and I’m currently in conversation with a retreat centre about running a Broga® retreat!

 

9. Where do you see yourself in 3 years’ time?

Who knows?! I’m hoping to launch a 200hr yoga teacher training in 2017. Let’s also hope the Broga® classes are still running strong, and that more people come to try it out. I am also working with my own physical strength, as yoga often puts the emphasis on flexibility. Broga® has definitely helped me to see how important it is to have a balance of the two. Sometimes we need to turn those muscles on, equally we need to learn how to stretch, relax and give those beasts a chance to relax.

 

10. Which Broga® sequence is your favourite?

I’m currently loving the new arm sequence, but the chest sequence is also one of my favourites.

 

And now for the fun part. Ten more ‘intimate’ questions!

 

11. What would be your ideal menu, be it for breakfast, lunch or dinner?

Lunch – a good veggie burger, with sweet potato wedges, corn on the cob, and homemade coleslaw.

 

12. And what would you drink alongside this menu?

Ginger beer, the proper stuff!!

 

13. What would be the perfect way to spend a Saturday for you?

A nice long walk in the countryside with my dogs, maybe with a picnic packed and no destination. Oh, and some sunshine would be nice too.

 

14. Do you have any nicknames, and if so, how did they come about?

Too many!! Dicky G was one that I can remember from my days of working in a record store.

 

15. What album can’t you stop listening to right now?

RY X ‘Dawn’ – it’s one of those ones that I keep playing, and discovering new levels. There’s some great remixes out there too.

 

16. What is your take on the world, your motto?

Don’t conform – rebel whenever possible.

 

17. Where is the place you are happiest in the world

In my garden on a nice sunny day – it’s my sanctuary!

 

18. If you could have a plane ticket to anywhere in the world, where would it be?

Hawaii – the most magical place I have ever been too.

 

19. What advice would you give the 15-year old you?

Keep going, even when it gets tough – there’s some great times ahead.

 

20. What is the achievement you are most proud of?

If I’m completely honest, its recovering from drug and alcohol addiction, I really did turn my life round for the best. We can all find the tools to help us respect our bodies more and appreciate our lives. Find whatever works for you, go out and do more of it. Bodies and minds are incredibly adaptable, never give up.

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Looking ahead to the summer???

It’s not too late to enrol on our next teacher training, 15-19 July – find out more here.

Only a month later we’ll be at Soul Circus, 19-21 August – come and say hi!!.

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Yoga for all: Why we must fight against stereotypes in the fitness community

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]by Matt Miller, Broga Founder[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Living in London (which I think is the epicentre of the world and cutting edge in every way) I had totally forgotten how NOT cool yoga is for the average male – much less the sporty ones!

Just back from presenting at the “I love me” fitness and wellness expo in Helsinki, I am reminded of the reality that, in most of the western world, yoga is considered to be a women’s sport.

Sorry, let’s demote that to “yoga is a middle class ladies’ activity.” And the men who practice yoga are probably just going to be hippy, hipster, gay or old/pervy.

Seven years in London and surrounded by people who are up for anything new and game for experiences that will challenge and benefit them, I totally forgot that men generally still worry about what people will think of their masculinity.

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The fear of yoga for men is real for many!

This is a big problem for yoga. And the core mission Broga® is trying to break.

Unfortunately this is tough and we are in the minority going against the grain to make yoga cool and say, “look guys you can do this and it will make you a better athlete and maybe even a better man.”

Fortunately the press have been amazing and every single media journalist who has done a Broga® class, whether male or female, has come out as a big supporter of the class content and benefits of yoga.

However a real problem for us in that we are fighting this battle from both sides, that is not only from the public but in the yoga and fitness communities themselves.

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The fitness community still thinks yoga is for hot chicks in spandex

The traditional yoga community don’t take what we do seriously. The name sounds corny and cheapens the pristine, deified yoga image. ‘Why do boys need a brand of yoga’ they ask, and I reply, ‘come do a Broga® class and feel what it’s like to be the only GIRL in class then!’

It is uncomfortable to be the complete minority in a room full of perfectly preened women doing yoga!  We are doing everything we can not to be sexist or create a separate sphere of ‘male yoga’, but rather we’re trying to even the playing field so all can feel comfortable on the pitch.

The fitness community still thinks yoga is for hot chicks in spandex and weird guys with samurai knots and bead bracelets. They are starting to understand the importance of mobility and flexibility, that is moving the whole body synergistically – a movement which Crossfit has played a massive part in.

However this new thinking usually manifests itself in mobility through balls and bands á la the Supple Leopard, or bringing someone’s hot girlfriend in to teach Vinyasa yoga once a week, aka the ‘eye candy class.’

It needs to be taken more seriously than this, and we are now training professional sports teams as required by their coaches as well as working with the British Army and Royal Air Force as part of their physical fitness programming.

This integration provides some hope that the movement for male yoga will trickle down into mainstream culture.

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Male athletes can truly benefit by adding yoga to their routine.
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But we are not there yet.

If you are reading this with a raised eyebrow just try a Broga® class, or a Bikram or level one Ashtanga class and tell me you did not have a great workout and feel better physically and mentally afterwards.

And if you are already on board then make the effort to drag a boyfriend/husband or male friend along to one of these classes (as if you were taking your boy to nursery school for the first time with a little hand holding) and set them off on the right start.

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About Matt “the Pillar” Miller

Yoga and fitness fanatic Matt is the founder of Broga. Living in London, Matt is a perennially sunny Californian spreading fitness inspiration and wellbeing to a wide audience.

He has been an American Football athlete, a UFBB super heavyweight Bodybuilder, a member of the US National Association of Sports Medicine, has Multiple yoga teaching certifications, was one of the first (and the youngest) to have a total titanium femur and pelvic joint, and is an internationally known Celebrity Personal trainer as seen on TV.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]

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Begin your Broga journey today!

Check out our class schedule to experience the incredible benefits of Broga. Can’t make it to a Broga class? Get a copy of the Broga DVD for an intense yoga workout in your own home.

Available to buy now here

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Can caffeine benefit your fitness?

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We grabbed some time with the team at TrueStart Performance Coffee (the caffeine experts) to find out exactly what makes caffeine so useful, and how you should be using it in your workout.

So, what are the core benefits of caffeine for sport?

There are 3 really well-researched core benefits of caffeine for exercise:

  1. Improving focus & mental performance
  2. Increasing physical endurance
  3. Reducing rate of perceived exertion

These all mean you can train harder for longer! A lesser known fact is how caffeine also helps with muscle recovery; by increasing the rate at which your body replenishes muscle glycogen.

By incorporating caffeine in to your post workout means your muscles can recover faster, so ideal if you’re training day after day.

 

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Credit: TrueStart

When should you boost your caffeine levels?

Caffeine takes about 45 minutes to fully absorb and remains in your blood stream for 5.7 hours.

That’s why we recommend drinking TrueStart about 30 minutes before training to achieve optimal performance and endurance from the start, keeping yourself topped up as and when required during your session.

A cup afterwards will also help accelerate recovery of aching muscles, not to mention sort you out for the rest of the day.

What’s the difference between the caffeine in coffee and the caffeine in my regular energy drink or pre workout?

There are two types of caffeine, synthetic and natural. Both have a very different effect on your body so it’s good to know the differences.

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Credit: Yogaground, NL

Synthetic Caffeine

 Synthetic caffeine has both its benefits and negatives. Synthetic caffeine is created in a laboratory and then added to your energy drink or pre workout under controlled conditions in a factory.

The good thing about this process is that it guarantees a fixed level of caffeine in each serving. So you know exactly what you are getting.

The not so good thing about synthetic caffeine is the way in which it works within your body. Synthetic caffeine is absorbed really quickly in to your blood stream. Meaning you get a quicker spike of caffeine, and of course, a quicker crash. Which is not great half way through a workout.

 

Natural Caffeine

Natural caffeine is found in coffee, tea, cocoa and approximately 60 other plant species. It’s a completely natural occurring element.

Natural caffeine is great because it is slow releasing in to your blood stream. Which means you can train harder for longer, with no dangers of suddenly crashing mid training session. Natural caffeine provides a sustained source of energy.

However, the natural caffeine in regular tea and coffee is completely unregulated. A single cup of coffee can vary from less than 20mg to over 300mg of caffeine! Up until now this has made natural caffeine an unreliable performance enhancer for athletes.

And it is because of this unpredictable nature of coffee that Helena and Simon Hills came up with the idea for coffee designed specifically for sports performance, with a controlled level of natural caffeine. Taking the best of synthetic and natural caffeine and finding a solution; Coffee you can rely on!

Credit: TrueStart

Credit: TrueStart

Ok, but what is this right amount of caffeine for me?

 It’s crucial to regulate your caffeine intake, as too much caffeine results in those effects that we’re all familiar with, such as jitteriness or heart palpitations. On the other hand, if you don’t have enough caffeine prior to exercise, you won’t be able to enjoy the beneficial effects it has on your performance.

The right amount of caffeine varies from person to person. Widely accepted research suggests that 2-3mg per kilogram of body weight is optimal for sports performance and The European Food Standards Agency have recommended no more than 400mg per day for general use.

The beauty of TrueStart Coffee is that you know you’re getting 95mg caffeine per scoop, so you can control and monitor your caffeine levels ensuring you never consume too much or even too little.

We recommend starting with one scoop and seeing how that goes, you can then up or lower your dose depending on your body’s needs.

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About TrueStart Coffee

 

TrueStart Coffee began in March 2014 during co-founder Simon Hills training for a IronMan 70.3 triathlon. Working to develop and find the right amount of caffeine for sports performance the team are committed to completely clean, free from synthetics, ethically sourced, convenient and great tasting coffee. TrueStart are on a mission to build the most motivational, trusted and high impact coffee brand in the world to fit the most ambitious lifestyles and motivate customers every step of the way.

Follow them on twitter @truestartcoffee or on Facebook

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Good Yoga Life Event

Join us on the 24th June at the Good Yoga Life Event on Old Street for Yoga & Beers.

Spend your Friday sweating it out with the founder of Broga, Matt Miller, as part of a week long yoga pop up hosted by Good Yoga Life.

The event will include a 1 hour class focusing on Upper Body Pump & Stretch following by a half hour of beers & chats.

For tickets follow this link

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‘Yoga for girls’: Broga and lululemon crush the stereotype

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[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1465874855265{margin-top: 10px !important;margin-bottom: 10px !important;}”]Guest post by Georgina Green, Showroom Manager, at Lululemon in Manchester[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Yoga’s for women right? Wrong. Here at lululemon, we’re crushing this stereotype to join forces with the founder of Broga, Matt Miller, for an epic yoga event, #brogabeers #burgers.

Do one thing a day that scares you. You’ll find this on our manifesto and whilst the first thing that springs to mind is adrenaline filled activities and risky decisions, when you bring that back to the core, you can take a lot more from this than meets the eye.

Men are starting to let go of their fears of not being flexible and putting their egos aside to join a class where women are “better” than them. This might seem a ploy to pick up chicks, but we see differently.

Lululemon Brand ambassador Adam Crofts decided to take up yoga after seeing how much it benefitted the Manchester team.

He asked us to find him “a teacher that’s just about stretching, none of this spiritual silly stuff” and we hooked him up with Kevin Dennison, a Jivamukti teacher. Now Adam takes a regular weekly class, and intrigued by what more yoga could give him, Kevin gave him his own set of mala beads to meditate.

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When you see what people take from this incredible practice you can’t help but want to share. Whether you go into class and treat it purely as a post sport stretch or take the hour for some self gratitude and meditation, there’s something for everyone.

When Crossfit box owner and ambassador Craig Massey put us through our paces in a tough session, he was surprised at our range of motion, given the amount of sports we did as a team.

All credited yoga for lengthening those muscles out and we hooked him up with Sarah Henson, a yogi who has a sporting past and they now hold three yoga classes per week for their Crossfitters.

We’d heard about Broga through the stores in London, but we wanted a piece of the action! When we met Matt at the Om Yoga Show we decided we wanted to do a #hellyes! event for the yogis of Manchester.

For location, we knew we needed somewhere cool so we’re taking our asana to Train 2, the coolest Crossfit box in town. Community vibes, trendy surroundings and a great group of guys, it embodies our brand.

So that’s yoga – check, boys – check, what about the burgers? As a brand we love to nourish connections so Craig, who has done some epic events before with the brand, has got a local grill-house to do a barbecue (don’t worry vegans and veggies, we’ve got you covered too!)

Broga, BBQ, buckets of beer… do you still think it’s just for the girls? Sign up for free tickets using the link below!

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About Georgina Green of Lululemon Manchester

Georgina Green is the Showroom Manager at Lululemon in Manchester. Founded in one of the healthiest places in the world in 1998 Vancouver, the first lululemon store was a design studio surrounded by a retail store where feedback would directly influence the brand. The Lululemon mission statement is about creating components for people to live long, healthy and fun lives and elevating the world from mediocrity to greatness.

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Join us at Train 2!

Join us at Train 2 for some bro time with the founder of Broga, Matt Miller for Yoga, burgers & beers.

Saturday, 18 June 2016 from 18:30 to 20:00 (BST)

At Train 2, Salford, M50 2GN

To get your free ticket just register on the event

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Alexandra Siebmanns Broga Teacher Spotlight

Teacher Spotlight – Alexandra Siebmanns

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]1. Name, age, nationality?

Alexandra Siebmanns, Swedish.

 

2. Where do you currently live?

London

 

3. How did you first hear about Broga®?

I heard about it through Lululemon at one of their events.

 

4. Can you remember your first experience of kicking some asana? What was that
first lesson like?

It was at my gym City Athletic in the city where a tall, muscly, gorgeous Californian walks into the room and delivers an hour of hard work and fun and I just remember walking out and feeling amazing. That was Matt and the rest is history.

 

5. What made you want to teach Broga®?

I am not a big fan of yoga snobs and I like that Broga®makes yoga accessible to athletes and people who may feel intimidated of going into a yoga studio. I have always practiced a lot of different sports and for me yoga has always been the perfect compliment.

 

6. What was the best part of the Broga® teacher training bootcamp?

I attended the first ever Broga® teach training and I made friends for life amongst my fellow Brogis and Broginis.

 

7. And the most challenging part of the bootcamp?

I loved the physical challenge but for me I think the most challenging part was teaching others, managing time, sequences, people and music. Nowadays it comes naturally.

 

8. You graduated in April 2014 – how have things developed since graduating?

I have a full-time job in the City and teaching has helped me become very comfortable with public speaking and presentations. Also having the contrast of working in the city and teaching yoga is something I love and I wouldn’t want to be without either of them.

 

9. Where do you see yourself in 3 years’ time?

I have a few scenarios in mind 🙂

 

10. Which Broga® sequence is your favourite?

Chest and shoulders. It’s all about the guns.

 

And now for the fun part. Ten more ‘intimate’ questions!

 

11. What would be your ideal menu, be it for breakfast, lunch or dinner?

A dinner consisting of barbecued Surf and Turf (Lobster and steak) and veggie skewers and dark chocolate sorbet for dessert.

 

12. And what would you drink alongside this menu?

Champagne, cocktails and a strong espresso to finish.

 

13. What would be the perfect way to spend a Saturday for you?

Training, a breakfast in the sun, spending the day by the beach or exploring something new, in the evening a dinner with friends and loved ones.

 

14. Do you have any nicknames, and if so, how did they come about?

Alex is sort of a given or short and sweet – Al. Viking Girl reflecting my Nordic heritage, Heidi because I like to braid my hair and Yoga Barbie are a few of the others.

 

15. What album can’t you stop listening to right now?

That varies from day to day and depends on mood. Probably something by Disclosure or something classical.

 

16. What is your take on the world, your motto?

Eat your vegetables, do your squats, wear Chanel or red lipstick and don’t let boys be mean to you.

 

17. Where is the place you are happiest in the world

Happiness is not a place – it’s a feeling.

 

18. If you could have a plane ticket to anywhere in the world, where would it be?

Japan – first a few days in Tokyo and then off to Kyoto, Okinawa and continuing to explore Japan.

 

19. What advice would you give the 15-year old you?

Letting go is not the same as giving up.

 

20. What is the achievement you are most proud of?​

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THE NEXT BROGA BOOTCAMP

It’s still not too late to sign up for our next Broga® Bootcamp – 15th to 19th July in Cheltenham. Find out more here!

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Hot Yoga Society with Matt Miller from Broga UK

Why Broga and Bikram Yoga is a perfect match

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1465113637315{padding-bottom: 15px !important;}”]Interview with Broga founder Matt Miller for Hot Yoga Society as seen on hotyogasociety.com[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1465113648908{padding-bottom: 15px !important;}”]Matt de-mystifies Broga and tells us why it is a perfect balance alongside a Bikram practice, and women love it too![/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]There could not be better brothers than Broga® and Bikram.  I am a huge fan of the Bikram sequence and it was my very first introduction to yoga 15 years ago when a studio opened in my hometown of Laguna Beach, California.  Much of the inspiration and teaching style of Broga® was heavily inspired by my early Bikram Yoga classes.

I kept coming back to Bikram for two reasons: the continuity and comprehensive approach to working the full body in one class, and also for the heat!  I felt that only by repeating a sequence could I mark my progress and judge my own performance. This was really important in motivating me to come back and try again, even with some of my massive shortcomings and epic fails during class.

With a degree in anatomy and physical performance I knew that my flexibility problems were much deeper rooted than just muscular flexibility. From repetitive sport and muscular hypertrophy my ligaments had actually shortened and thus my joint mobility was actually blocked from accessing full ranges of movement. The Bikram heat would suddenly become my best friend in aiding normally inflexible ligament tissue to gradually open and release my joints.

I still practice and love Bikram to this day.

But I do not believe Bikram, or any practice for that matter, is the end all be all!

Broga® really acts as the perfect partner to Bikram. The sensibility and immediate accessibility to practitioners are on par and the no-nonsense teaching style is immediately familiar. When we put Broga® on a Bikram studio schedule we normally focus on adding an upper body and lower body session to the timetable to give it that perfect balance.

The Broga® upper body class specifically works the upper body, and challenges practitioners with totally different postures from Bikram forcing them to open up in new ways but also, (and equally as important), strengthen those muscles.

The Broga® lower body class works to tone muscles that few classes in sport, or yoga for that matter, ever access: glutes, adductors and abductors. These are some of the most neglected muscles in the body, and on women, are a prime place to store fat when not directly simulated.  It also offers a fantastic system to build up flexibility in the hamstrings and hips so some of the more advanced standing postures can become more fathomable faster.

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About the Hot Yoga Society

Hot Yoga Society is one of the largest and best-known hot yoga studios in London. Nestled in the heart of London Bridge, the studio offers a range of yoga classes from Bikram Yoga to Hot Power Pilates.

For your weekly Broga fix, Broga founder Matt teaches an upper and lower body blast every Monday from 12.45pm – 1.45pm, perfect for squeezing a lunchtime yoga session into your weekly schedule.

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Broga hits Manchester for yoga, burgers and beers!

Fancy doing something a little bit different on a Saturday night? Then put 18th June in your diary. Matt Miller will be hosting a Broga session in collaboration with Lululemon Manchester complete with burgers and beers.

Get your FREE ticket now.

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London Scottish Rugby tackle yoga

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Members of London Scottish Rugby Club swapped tackling for yoga when they tried out a Broga session with Broga founder Matt Miller.

London Scottish is a full time professional rugby team in the championship league.

New Zealander Chris Walker plays number 7 for the club and has been part of it for the last two years, having played professional rugby for the last ten years and represented his country at U21 level. Chris loves playing for “London Scottish as it’s a “great club with a lot of history and a great bunch of players!”

Chris Walker plays number 7 for the team

Image Credit: Prime Media Images

 

He shares his experience of his first Broga session:

“I thought the yoga session was going to be relaxing and good for stretching out muscles after a tough weekend of rugby.

I really enjoyed the session. It was definitely more challenging than I thought it would be and I found it beneficial for my body. I felt relaxed afterwards and my body felt good.

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About London Scottish FC

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Love Broga? Train to be a Broga fitness instructor!

The Broga Fitness Bootcamp and Teacher Training Certification Course will run from 15th – 19th July 2016 in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. The intense 70-hour training programme includes four days of fun and fitness, not forgetting that by the end you will be a qualified Broga instructor!

For more information, check out our website.

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Broga UK Founder Matt Miler interview

An interview with Matt Miller of Broga UK

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]As seen on zusayoga.com

 

Today’s interview is with Broga® UK founder, Matt Miller. Matt is a former college football player, bodybuilding competitor, TV star, and all around giant of a man. He now lives in the UK and is the founder of Broga® UK, an athletic style of yoga practice geared towards the needs of men (though ladies are always welcome). We got the chance to catch up with Matt and ask him a few questions about practicing yoga, being an athlete, being a guy, and how it all ties together.

 

 

Zusa: How would you describe yoga to someone who’d never heard of it?

Matt: Yoga is an incredibly powerful form of movement that creates balance and harmony in the body, as well as the mind.

 

Zusa: How long have you been practicing yoga?

Matt: Regularly since 2012 – before that it was a bit hit and miss!

 

Zusa: How did you get started with yoga and what kept you coming back?

Matt: With all of the injuries I sustained during my sports’ career, and a few ‘little’ rounds of surgery to try to fix these problems, I was forced to focus on rehabilitation exercises, and yoga was suggested to me. There are so many different styles of yoga out there, that when I tried one and didn’t like it, I simply checked out another class to see if that was any more suited to me.

 

Zusa: Way more women practice yoga than men and some people view it as a woman’s activity. Why do you think there’s that perception?

Matt: Probably because at the time it was first brought over to the west from India, within the fitness and sports industry, there was little cross-over between what men and women did: lighter disciplines were better suited to women (aerobics, pilates, swimming) and more strenuous activities were better for men (running, boxing, football).

Now so much has changed – women are as present as the men in seriously tough disciplines ranging from boxing to Crossfit to triathlons to marathons. Likewise men have shifted into areas previously thought of as ‘fluffy’ because understanding and teaching of these areas has got better and is way more expansive – yoga being one of them. There’s very little that’s easy about our Broga® inversions class, or, for example, an hour’s hot power yoga session!

 

Zusa: Why should men be practicing yoga?

Matt: Yoga is a powerful way in to incorporate isometric exercise into a fitness regime, as well as being a totally non-negotiable addition to balance, stretch and tone the body and mind.

 

Zusa: What’s the best way for guys to start learning about yoga when they’re just starting out?

Matt: Do what I did – try as many different classes as you need until you find one that suits you. Talk to the teachers after the classes to see if they have any suggestions too. And whatever you do, leave your ego behind.

 

Zusa: You’ve got a background as an athlete. Can you share your thoughts on the importance of yoga for athletes?

Matt: As I said earlier, yoga has been fundamental in my rehabilitation from some fairly big operations. And for athletes not in rehabilitation, yoga is a vital way to undo the imbalances caused by constantly pushing the body in a particular discipline or range of movement which will likely only involve parts of the body performing specific, repetitive actions. Yoga forces you to control the body (and mind) in a much wider, more complete range of movements.

 

Zusa: What made you get started with Broga® UK?

Matt: Whilst I had been to some power yoga sessions, for me, there was still something missing. I still felt yoga could get grittier. Add to that the fact that my body does not bend or twist naturally. Generating heat within my body was vital for me to access these movements. Broga® is simply a combination of those two thought processes – something high-energy and grittier that could unquestionably be for men as well as for women; and something that worked to open up stiffer bodies.

 

Zusa: You’re obviously a big guy. Do you just practice yoga or is it part of a wider physical fitness plan?

Matt: Why, thank you! Yes, yoga is definitely a part of my wider fitness plan. I believe in trying out as many different things as possible, and I try to keep my routine as varied as possible. I did my first Aerial yoga session recently which was insane amounts of fun, as well as a boxing workshop which was also awesome.

 

Zusa: How often do you practice?

Matt: Obviously I teach Broga® throughout the week, but for my own practice, I aim for at least twice a week – it totally depends on my schedule, which changes week on week, but I try to stick to a minimum of two, juicy classes per week.

 

Zusa: Do you practice (or are you influenced by) any particular school of yoga?

Matt: No – I just do what I like, and what I like isn’t attached to only one school. For me practicing yoga is all about discovery, and part of that discovery is of the numerous different styles. So I try to keep my mind and practice as open as possible.

 

Zusa: Do you have a favourite pose?

Matt: That’s a tough one…ok, actually, Warrior II. There’s so much going on – legs, hips, core, shoulders, mental focus – and it’s such an incredible feeling when everything just falls into place. I totally feel like some Yogi Warrior!!

 

Zusa: Do you listen to music while getting your yoga on and if so, do you have a favorite type of music to listen to while practicing?

Matt: Definitely! I’m a fan of anything upbeat to get my warmed up (Kygo is always a safe bet) and then slowing things down as the session progresses. I guess I’m more into electronic music, but then acoustic music is great too…

 

Zusa: Who’s your non-yoga role model? Any yoga role-models?

Matt: I can’t pick one person only. I take inspiration from so many people around me, and I am regularly blown away by the extent to which people can fight and push themselves for a cause they truly believe in. Being a Lululemon ambassador has allowed me to connect with some incredible athletes, yogis and sportspeople, as well as ‘regular’ members of communities who have set up charities or organizations to help those in their area. All of these people count as my role-models.

 

Zusa: Tell us something fun about yourself.

Matt: I trained as a pastry chef when I was younger.

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Well that’s it for our interview.

 

To find out more about Matt and Broga® UK, visit www.broga.uk.com.

 

For those that want to join our growing army of Brogis kicking asana all over the UK and Europe, there’s an upcoming Broga® Teacher Training Bootcamp in Cheltenham from 5-19 July, 2016. You can find out more at https://www.broga.uk/teacher-training/.

 

If you’re not looking for teacher training, but would still like to check things out in person, you might be interested in their brand new boutique yoga and wellness festival, Soul Circus, this summer in Gloucestershire from 19-21 August, 2016. Get the details at www.soulcircus.yoga/​

 

We’d like to thank Matt for taking the time to talk with us. We believe that it is important for guys to see the different men from all walks of life that are practicing and benefiting from yoga. I encourage you to share this article so that more men can start seeing that yoga is for them just as much as it is for women. If you know someone who’d be a great interviewee, please post in the comments below or email me at joe@zusayoga.com.

 

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About Zusah Yoga

 

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Practice Broga at Home

Can’t make it to a Broga class? Get yourself a copy of Broga Founder Matt’s DVD for an intense yoga workout from the comfort of your home.

Available to buy now here

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