Coming next summer from North Atlantic Books: Lifelong Yoga, a book for anyone who wants to pick up or continue a yoga practice to support activity through the years. We’ll cover core strength, appropriate flexibility, and balance, balance, balance, so that you can develop and maintain a fun, helpful practice for decades to come.
This is my seventh book and my first with a collaborator. I couldn’t think of a better one: Alexandra DeSiato is my longtime assistant, teacher, and friend. Together, we’ve been writing Yoga for Aging Athletes, which will soon transition its title to Lifelong Yoga, to match the book. Meanwhile, Alexandra has been writing on yoga for healthy aging for national publications. Read her helpful, friendly, accessible articles.
One of the most beautiful things about having helpful partners—and I’ve been blessed with two primary ones in Wes Rountree, my husband, and Lies Sapp, my business partner—is that the workload isn’t just cut in half, it’s reduced by even more. Each of us gets to play to her strengths and interests, and when one feels stuck, the other can pick up the slack. I can’t wait to share the results of this partnership with you! Stay tuned for preorder information, and if you can’t wait, read Yoga for Aging Athletes and my previous books.
Meet Cristina, the newest certified Sage Yoga for Athletes teacher. She offers classes and private lessons in Oakville, Ontario.
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