FAQs and Resources

FAQs

How Does Katherine Roberts' Yoga for GolfersĀ® (YFG) Work
Due to the fact that golfers swing from one side of the body, there is asymmetry inherent in the sport. Overtraining and repetitive motion manifests as larger muscles on one side of a golfer's body; specifically, the shoulders, biceps, forearms, and upper back will be more developed on a golfer's dominant side. By training on both sides of the body equally, improving physical symmetry in both mobility and strength, you will achieve a more efficient, effective, consistent, and repeatable swing.

Functional analysis of a player’s mobility, flexibility, and strength through the 3 planes of motion seen in the golf swing – the frontal plane (side to side), the sagittal plane (flexion and extension front to back) and the transverse plane (rotation), from address to the finish positon. YFG uses yoga poses to specifically correct common swing flaws by increasing flexibility and strength for more consistency and power.

Good posture is the foundation of the golf swing. YFG can help you improve or regain your spinal alignment ensuring correct alignment from address, take-away through downswing, impact and follow-through.
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Videos and Training Tips

Yoga For Golfers
Explore additional resources where it all started.

Katherine Roberts' Yoga For Golfers 
Golf Channel Morning Drive
Hank Haney Golf Radio
Fitness Friday Yoga Moves
Lower Body Moves
5 Minute Stretch
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