Meet Tyra Clemmenson, the most recently certified teacher to graduate from my Teaching Yoga to Athletes course!
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This morning, I had the fun pleasure of visiting WCHL, our local station, to talk about Carrboro Yoga with legendary broadcaster Ron Stutts.
Each Wednesday in February, from 6 to 7 p.m., I’m leading Yoga Nidra, a form of guided relaxation, at Carrboro Yoga. If you like savasana, the relaxation period at the end of yoga class, you’ll love this practice! All you need to do is show up and lie down.
The audiobook version of Teaching Yoga Beyond the Poses is now available! You’ll hear me reading this book Alexandra DeSiato and I cowrote. It’s available today in both Audible and CD format.
Let’s be real—we all need more rest. This hourlong restorative yoga practice with me on @YogaVibes delivers just that with three deeply relaxing poses. You’ll begin in a supine position, utilizing a chair to elevate your legs and release tension in the psoas and lower back. This practice is the antidote for frazzled nerves, a tweaked back, or insomnia.
If your 2020 needs more yoga in it already, it’s not too late to join me for one or both of these workshops I’m leading at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in western Massachusetts later this month: Yoga for Athletes: Strength, Flexibility, and Focus—the eleventh year I’ve offered this program in January. People… Read more »
It’s not too late to give a wonderful experience: yoga, spa, a year of delicious olive oils. Here are some ideas.
Looking for the right gift for your yoga teacher or an athlete who wants to get into yoga? Here are some ideas.
Meet Amanda Frayeh, PhD, who joins me at Kripalu in January 2020 for two workshops: Yoga for Athletes and Teaching Yoga to Athletes. You’ll benefit from her work in sport psychology and kinesiology, as well as her excellent sense of humor!
Meet Beth Marek! Beth is the most recently certified teacher to graduate from my Teaching Yoga to Athletes course. She lives in El Paso, Texas, where she works as a climbing guide and yoga teacher. Beth came to yoga as a runner—she ran at Davidson College, down the road from me in North Carolina. Like… Read more »