Dana Santas

Website: http://www.radiusyoga.com

Dana Santas

Dana Santas is the creator and director of Radius Yoga Conditioning, an international yoga-based functional mobility training business. Specializing in serving professional sports, Santas has worked with nearly 30 teams and hundreds of athletes in the NHL, MLB, NFL, NBA and MLS. Nicknamed the “Mobility Maker,” she’s the yoga trainer for the Philadelphia Phillies, Tampa Bay Lightning and Pittsburgh Pirates, and she serves as a mobility consultant to several other pro teams. She also works one-on-one with dozens of professional and Olympic athletes across all sports. For more information, visit radiusyoga.com.

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