About Us

TriangleYoga.com is the result of a collaboration and partnership between Brian Fischer and Jodi Orr. Brian and Jodi both come from athletic backgrounds and used yoga as tool extensively in their playing careers to build strength and prevent injury. In the spirit of giving back to a community that has given them so much, the idea to build a website and information hub initially geared towards athletics was born. 

Mission Statement

To provide people from all different backgrounds a means to begin improving their flexibility, range of motion, overall physical fitness and reach their fitness goals. Triangle Yoga aims to remove actual and perceived barriers to entry for yoga and improve the overall well-being of anyone that wishes to learn the practice and put consistent effort into improving themselves.

Our goal is to help you improve your health, flexibility and range of motion through the practice and information of yoga. We hope that you will join us on this journey to better health and wellness!

Vision Statement

To be the world’s most detailed and thorough resource for all things yoga. We envision a world where all individuals, regardless of age, size, shape, or physical ability can benefit from the physical, mental, and spiritual teachings of yoga. 

Jodi

Chief Editor, Certified Instructor, Owner: Sterling Hot Yoga

Jodi is a professional yoga instructor and owner of a yoga studio where she resides. She started practicing yoga as a way to heal and recover from sports injuries. Jodi is a former professional softball player and coach, and was named the hitting champion of the Netherlands in her career. Jodi also played NCAA Division I softball at Oregon State University.

The Latest from Jodi

​If you're looking for a more traditional approach to learning yoga, consider taking a class at a local studio. This is a great way to get started because you'll have the opportunity to learn from

Vinyasa is a more fluid form of yoga that links poses together using breath, with no set cuing, regardless of location or temperature. Hot yoga generally refers to any yoga done in a heated room

Power flow yoga is a dynamic and vigorous form of vinyasa yoga that links poses together using the breath to create a continuous flow. This style of yoga is perfect for those looking for a

If you're just starting out with yoga, you may be wondering what all of the different props are for. Yoga blocks, in particular, can be a little confusing if you're not sure what they're used


Brian

Contributing Editor

Brian first started practicing yoga in high school to aid in preventing soccer injuries. While his initial reasons for practicing were geared towards soccer, he has found the practice has benefited in other activities like running, swimming, and cycling. Brian was a NCAA Division II college soccer player at the University of Southern Indiana, and is now a marathon runner, weight lifter, and road cyclist.

The Latest from Brian Fischer

What is a yoga mat towel used for? A yoga mat towel is a towel specifically designed to be used on top of a yoga mat to: Absorb sweat Hygienic layer Provide a better grip

Headstand (Sirsasana) is an advanced yoga pose. But is it good for you? The short answer is: yes! When performed correctly, doing headstands provides various health benefits. However, there are some risks involved. This article

After a good yoga class, it's important to refuel your body with the right kind of food. Proper nutrition and re-hydration are key to recovery so your body is prepared for the next class. Yoga

Below is a structured yoga flow for b​asketball players to incorporate into their warm-ups. ​Basketball requires an intense amount of running, pivoting, and full-body action. By incorporating this yoga flow pre-exertion, you are setting your

Shae Mayan

Contributing Writer , NASM Certified Personal Trainer, United States Navy

You can find Shae surfing or outside with her dog, Gypsy. Shae has spent the last 4 years as an active-duty Navy sailor but recently have devoted her time off to freelance writing. She discovered during Covid that writing is a cathartic tool to express yourself and introspect into new realms of your desires and thoughts. This directly translates into her freelancing – she wants the audience to feel and absorb the words off the page and to become even slightly changed by what they read.

She an ever-changing human that gets distracted easily by my next big pipe dream. She likes to consider herself as a Jesus loving, coffee sipping, free spirit.

The Latest from Shae Mayan

Below is a structured yoga flow for softball players to incorporate into their warm-ups. Softball requires an intense amount of running, pivoting, and full-body action. By incorporating this yoga flow pre-exertion, you are setting your

​Below is a structured yoga flow for ​baseball players to incorporate into their warm-ups​. Baseball requires an intense amount of running, pivoting, and full-body action. By incorporating this yoga flow pre-exertion, you are setting your

Below is a structured yoga flow for ​soccer players to include in their warm-ups.​ Soccer requires an intense amount of running, pivoting, and full-body action. By incorporating this yoga flow pre-exertion, you are setting your

Below is a structured yoga flow for all sports to encompass in their warm-ups, including running, football, soccer, baseball/softball, and basketball which are broken down into their own categories. All of these sports require an

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