Posts Tagged: featured

Metta Meditation at Wanderlust 108 Atlanta

It was a glorious day and a wonderful crowd for the inaugural Wanderlust 108 Mindful Triathlon in Atlanta yesterday. There was a 5K run/walk through beautiful Piedmont Park; an inspiring talk by Keith Mitchell; a rollicking concert by the Good Times Brass Band; and very sweet yoga focused on connection and a healthy dose of… Read more »

New Site: sageyogateachertraining.com

New today: my professional development courses for yoga teachers have a home of their own at sageyogateachertraining.com! Whether you want to specialize in yoga for athletes or learn ways to up your game as a yoga teacher, you’ll find resources to sharpen your vision and confidence, jump-start your sequencing, and help you continue to grow. Please click on… Read more »

Download: Form Cues

I had a glorious run today, listening to the sound of my breath and my feet and the breeze in the trees. Occasionally I remembered to tune up my form. By the end of the run, I had an idea to capture that voice in my head, so I made you this present: a few form cues… Read more »

Now Available: Professionalism

My latest online course for yoga and movement teachers is Professionalism, produced at the Carrboro Yoga Company in October as part of our 500-hour teacher training. This course includes candid discussion about career decisions, the ins and outs of being a yoga teacher and freelancer, and dealing with studios and students. We encourage you to… Read more »

REI Yoga for Athletes Tour

Happy new year! I look forward to connecting with you in 2014. Maybe we’ll connect online via my classes for yoga students—athletes and everyone—or my courses for yoga teachers (there’s a new one being built and released very soon). Or maybe we’ll get to meet in person. I’m leading two programs at Kripalu in January,… Read more »

Now Available: Sequencing Yoga Classes from Welcome to Namaste

It’s been a busy year, between production of Racing Wisely and its forthcoming audiobook and our ongoing work at the studios to build a great community led by well-trained, experienced yoga teachers. In August, I taught a course on sequencing roughly modeled on The Athlete’s Pocket Guide to Yoga and its flipbook approach (detailed in this post… Read more »

Paper Edition: Racing Wisely

Today’s the day—you can buy your very own print edition of Racing Wisely, to accompany your e-book edition. (They are, verbatim, the same.) Thank you for your support—if you find the book useful, I’d really appreciate a positive review on Amazon! Order here.

Download Now: Racing Wisely

It’s here! At least, the e-book is: you can achieve instant gratification toward long-term satisfaction in your sport by downloading the e-book edition of Racing Wisely. It’s just like the print copy will be, without taking up space or trees. For Kindle, visit Amazon. You can also read online using Kindle. For all other versions (Apple iBook,… Read more »

Coming Soon: Racing Wisely

Thanks to all of you for sharing with such self-effacing good humor your stories of race-day disasters! Several of them are featured in my new book, Racing Wisely, which will be available in mid-August. (Sign up for my newsletter, or follow me on Twitter or Facebook, to be notified the moment the book is available.)… Read more »