Posts Categorized: Media

New Online Course: Teaching Yoga Beyond the Poses

Alexandra DeSiato and I are pleased to introduce Teaching Yoga Beyond the Poses, an online workbook course to accompany our new book of the same title. It’s housed at Sage Yoga Teacher Training, alongside my other online courses for movement teachers. (Explore them all!) In this course, as in the book, we offer you down-to-earth… Read more »

Greensboro Bound Postview/Kripalu Preview

Alexandra and I had a wonderful visit to the Greensboro Bound Literary Festival last weekend, full of sweet surprises. Among them: author gifts including delicious homemade cheese straws, a host of interesting people who turned up to hear about Teaching Yoga Beyond the Poses, and this amazing art from Hannah Barnhardt, @wandering_witness: View this post… Read more »

Book Event: Greensboro Bound

If you’re in or near the Piedmont Triad, please join Alexandra DeSiato and me at Greensboro Bound on May 19. We’ll be talking about our cowriting process and our latest book, Teaching Yoga Beyond the Poses, and we will lead some street-clothes-friendly, mat-free yoga for festivalgoers. No tickets required, but if you want to see… Read more »

Pub Day Book Event: Flyleaf Books

Please join Alexandra DeSiato and me on Tuesday, May 14, to celebrate the release of our book Teaching Yoga Beyond the Poses. We will be at our favorite local bookstore, Flyleaf Books in Chapel Hill. Starting at 7:00 p.m., we’ll talk about our cowriting process, discuss ways to add depth to movement classes, and offer… Read more »

Listen: Mindful Musings Podcast

It’s always a treat to give podcast interviews, but it’s especially fun to do with a once-and-future student like Elicia, with whom I spoke for her Mindful Musings podcast. We discussed yoga as a means to mindful presence, and I hope you’ll enjoy listening! Click here for the podcast—we spoke on episode four. And find… Read more »

New Channel at Yoga Vibes

If you’ve been thinking you’d like to try my online classes, or yoga in general, but feel unsure where to start, check out this excellent resource from Yoga Vibes. They have created a channel with week-by-week suggestions to get you started using yoga to balance your training or whatever else you do with your body…. Read more »

Read: Which Yoga Class Is Best for You?

My colleagues Terry Cockburn, Alison Heilig, and I all offered advice to Lauren Bedosky at the Silver Sneakers blog. Click through to get our take on which yoga class you should look for at any age: https://www.silversneakers.com/blog/yoga-for-seniors-which-class-best-for-you/ And if you’re looking for lots more advice, including how to create a home yoga practice that will… Read more »

Read: 5 Yoga Poses for Triathletes

You’ll find an excerpt from Everyday Yoga up at Triathlete Magazine today. The site design is gorgeous and features the lovely art that Seth K. Hughes shot for the book. (However, the cover image, while pretty, isn’t part of the book.) Please click over and enjoy!

Listen: East West Functional Medicine Podcast

It was a special treat to chat with Sarajean Rudman for her East West Functional Medicine podcast. Sarajean is a bright light of a teacher, positive and curious, and taking her yoga classes is always a highlight of my visits to the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Massachusetts. For the podcast, we discuss… Read more »

Read: Three Hip Stretches You Should Do Every Day

You’ll find some quotes from me alongside three of my favorite stretches for the hip flexors at the Silver Sneakers blog. This is my most favorite of all, as you can do it from a bed, a sofa, or—if you’re as lucky as this woman—a cosy reading nook. Read the full piece here.