Posts Tagged: Workshops

Correct Dates for Sequencing: June 26–30

I’m reposting with the correct 2017 dates for Sequencing Yoga Classes from Welcome to Namaste—I’d incorrectly used the 2015 dates before! I do hope you’ll join on June 26 for a week of creative work. Yoga and movement teachers: when did you last take plenty of time to play on your mat, create new sequences, collate them,… Read more »

Scheduled: No Fooling: You Can Handstand

Do you think the idea of getting into handstand is a joke? Join Sage on April Fools’ Day to learn fun preparations for the pose based in yoga and Pilates. At the end of the hour, we will take a lighthearted approach to trying handstand at the wall. You need not want to get upside… 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 »

Sale: Save $10 on the Workshop Workshop

Up your teaching game in 2017 with the Workshop Workshop, an online course to help you develop, plan, and teach successful yoga and movement workshops. This workshop quickly pays for itself! And it’s $10 off through the end of February. Are you eager to share your favorite topics with your students in workshop format, but… Read more »

The Workshop Workshop: Now Only $49

Last spring, I loved teaching the Workshop Workshop so much that I recorded an online course version for Sage Yoga Teacher Training. I’m so enthusiastic about this content that I’ve dropped the price to only $49. This means it will pay for itself the very first time you teach a workshop based on the principles you’ll… Read more »

Postview: Yoga Journal LIVE! NYC

It was a treat to connect with the sweet students at Yoga Journal LIVE! in New York last weekend. I taught three sessions and, as promised, am writing up a postview with practice notes. (This is my preferred method, as it lets me teach to the students who are there, versus rigidly following a handout.) When… Read more »