Posts Tagged: Sage Yoga for Athletes

Pub Day: LIFELONG YOGA

Today’s the official release date for Lifelong Yoga. While it’s my seventh book, it also marks some important firsts—it’s my first book cowritten with my longtime assistant, Alexandra DeSiato, my first book to be published by North Atlantic Books, and the first to feature my husband, Wes, as a model. (He’s joined by two other lovely… Read more »

Not Too Late for Summer Intensives

Today feels like the first day of summer proper, as the first weekday with the kids out of school. If your summer isn’t booked down to the last minute, there’s still time to join me at one or more of these upcoming intensives: Yoga for Athletes: Balance, Strength, Flexibility, and Focus 1440 Multiversity, Scotts Valley,… Read more »

Newly Certified: Kirsten Larson

Meet Kirsten Larson, one of the newest certified Sage Yoga for Athletes teachers. This beauty lives on the eastern side of the Research Triangle, but we’ll get to see lots of her at Carrboro Yoga as she moves through our teacher training. She’s already a wonderful teacher, though. Her classes are inclusive, clear, and calming,… Read more »

Newly Certified: Tracey Turner-Keyser

Meet Tracey Turner-Keyser, one of the newest certified Sage Yoga for Athletes teachers! In addition to being a wonderful yoga teacher, Tracey is also a high school running coach and a wonderful family therapist—this is a triple whammy of goodness in helping people feel balanced, connected, and capable of peak performance. Tracey is not only… Read more »

Scheduled: Teaching Yoga to Athletes Intensive in North Carolina

The hometown version of my five-day intensive on teaching yoga to athletes will be Monday–Friday, July 17–21, this year. (You can also catch it at the 1440 Multiversity in Scotts Valley, California, Sunday–Friday, June 18–23, and online anytime at Sage Yoga Teacher Training.) This is always a highlight of my teaching schedule—not only do I… Read more »

Scheduled: Workshops at 1440 Multiversity

I’m excited to be among the very first presenters at 1440 Multiversity, a new center opening in the redwood forest outside Santa Cruz this May. Join me for: Yoga for Athletes: Balance, Strength, Flexibility, and Focus, Friday–Sunday, June 16–18 Are you ready to take your game to the next level? Yoga’s emphasis on form, focus,… Read more »

Scheduled: Yoga for Athletes and Teaching Yoga to Athletes at Kripalu

Since 2009, I’ve been leading workshops for athletes (and everyone!) at the beautiful Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Lenox, Massachusetts. As I’ve done for the last several years, I’ll start with a weekend workshop January 20–22, Yoga for Athletes: Strength, Flexibility, and Focus, designed for practitioners of all sports and all levels. We’ve had… Read more »

Listen: Another Mother Runner Podcast #228, Live from the Spokane Run + Refresh Retreat

Our podcast guest @sagetree Sage Rountree giving us amazing insights to posture and #core #runningpodcast #amr #acast #amrretreat A post shared by Another Mother Runner (@themotherrunner) on Sep 22, 2016 at 8:09pm PDT   This week’s Another Mother Runner podcast was recorded in front of a live audience in beautiful Spokane, Washington, as part of the… Read more »

Watch: Teaching Yoga to Athletes Intensive 2016

The videos I’ve been posting one by one from my summer Teaching Yoga to Athletes intensive are now available as a package. You can choose it in standalone format, or subscribe to YogaVibes and access not only this series, but also dozens more classes with me. Teaching Yoga to Athletes Intensive 2016 Filmed live during Sage… Read more »

Watch: Yoga for Athletes Teachers’ Lounge: Reverse Vinyasa

Day 5 of my 2016 Teaching Yoga to Athletes intensive included a short practice featuring an alternative to the standard plank–chaturanga–up dog–down dog vinyasa. Repetitive movements lead to imbalances, both in sports training and in asana practice. Shaking up our habitual patterns helps us build new movement pathways and avoid injury. Training can lead to sport-specific imbalances—and so… Read more »