Sage Rountree, an endurance sports coach and author of many books on yoga for athletes, offers yoga classes for athletes and continuing education for teachers internationally and online. Whether you are an athlete or a coach, a yoga student or a current or aspiring yoga teacher, Sage's writing, classes, and advice will help you feel confident, balanced, and focused on the mat and on the field so you can achieve your personal best.

Read more about Sage, her writing, her courses, and her practice.

Now Available: Racing Wisely


Whether you are new to racing or have been frustrated by not racing to the level you prepared for in training, Sage's newest book, Racing Wisely, gives you tools—from the practical to the philosophical—to perform to the best of your ability. Buy your print or e-book edition today!

Learn with Sage online anytime!


Students: when in-person study isn't an option, join Sage for online yoga classes for athletes and everyone at YogaVibes.

Teachers: Sage offers the premier online course and certification in teaching yoga for athletes, as well as continuing education courses to build your confidence with sequencing, managing your classroom, and nurturing professional relationships. Get started today.

Practice With Sage

Take classes in Carrboro, Durham,
online, or away on retreat

As a benefit of practicing yoga, you'll feel more relaxed, be stronger, have better posture, and learn tools to cope with stress of any kind.

Train With Sage

Recover faster and hone your racing skills
to achieve your personal best

Optimize how you use your body, breath, intention, and goals to achieve a sense of balance, connection, purpose and peace—both in sports and in life.

Teach With Sage

Become a yoga teacher
and change lives

Hone your teaching skills with in-person and online continuing education for yoga teachers, including the premier online course and certification in teaching yoga to athletes.

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You know that visualizing your upcoming event will help you perform better. But where do you start? In this YouTube series, I explain how to get comfortable—really comfortable—for meditation; how to turn your attention inward, quiet your mind, and focus on your breath; how to visualize the way your breath and body will feel as you race; […] read more from the blog

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Sequencing Yoga Classes from Welcome to Namaste

Sunday September 21, 2014 @ All Day at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health For yoga teachers from all traditions. Do you feel uninspired or intimidated when you face a room of students, despite your love for yoga practice? Does your creativity freeze up when you need to modify on the fly? This workshop for […]

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