What is Yogalete?

Yogalete is a prescriptive yoga program designed to enhance and protect athletes on and off the field. Our sequencing specializes and co-exists with the demands of each sport's seasonal routines and current strength and conditioning programs. Athletes will step on to their mat and emerge with the benefits of an active recovery yoga program that is scientifically supported. Yogalete focuses on dynamic mobility, body alignment, and key breathing techniques to optimize athletic performance while restoring/preventing injuries.

Meet The Creator

Lizzy
Chiappy

Lizzy Chiappy is a dedicated professional health and fitness leader who is passionate about integrating the benefits of yoga into athletes’ lives. As the founder of Yogalete, Lizzy has incorporated years of experience, multiple fitness certifications, and research studies with the University of Miami to create an active recovery yoga program specifically geared towards athletes. Lizzy has taken her skills to the classroom, teaching about the effects of yoga as an adjunct professor at the University of Miami. She has facilitated over 700 athletes ranging from youth and collegiate to amateur and professional sports. As a lululemon athletica ambassador and a STOP sports injuries affiliate, Lizzy strives to deliver effective programming and training to athletes, athletic staff, and yoga teachers.

Our Team

Our Yogalete

Instructors

Yogalete’s team is comprised of unique and hyper-qualified individuals that bring their own personal sports backgrounds, science-based educations, and trainings into their Yogalete teaching. All staff members are certified as RYT 200 yoga teachers in addition to their certification in the Yogalete Intensive Training Program. From professional dancers, trained nurses, science teachers, and retired collegiate athletes, the Yogalete team is dedicated to providing essential active recovery based yoga to all types of athletes.

  • Virginia
    Ansaldi

  • Sam
    Cabrera

  • Jo
    Murdock

  • Claire
    Burgdorf

  • Melissa
    Callahan

  • Jenaia
    Farah

  • Luis
    Jimenez



Our Yogalete

Staff

  • Ashley
    Suarez-Burgos

  • Lyn
    Hunter

  • Jessica Schreiner

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Belly/Diaphragmatic Breathing: :
The Diaphragm is attached at the base of the ribs, the spine, and the sternum. The practice of proper breathing techniques is aimed at eliminating misused accessory chest muscles, with more emphasis on diaphragmatic breathing and expansion of the abdomen, which is sometimes referred to as belly breathing. Place both hands on the abdomen where the rib cage is. Next, take a breath in and allow your belly to expand out laterally. Upon exhalation, feel your abdomen contract in, as your fingers now get closer together. :
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