If you’re still looking for the perfect gift for someone on your list—or looking forward to spending your holiday money on yourself—please consider these, each of which is an experience that will help you find balance.
Join me at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in the Berkshires January 26–28 for the tenth annual Yoga for Athletes weekend. It’s suitable for all ages, all sports (including none), and all levels of yoga experience (again, including none). We’ve had lots of friend groups and family configurations in the workshop over the years. It’s a great way to spend quality time together while relaxing and enjoying the retreat life (less screen time, more delicious meals you don’t have to cook for or clean up after). Sign up here!
Or come to the redwood forest outside Santa Cruz, California, in April. I’ll be teaching Yoga for Stress Resistance at the gorgeous, luxe 1440 Multiversity April 20–22. We’ll explore ways to handle stress so that we can grow without breaking down. This weekend is appropriate for people of all ages and all levels of yoga experience (including none, of course). You’ll be blown away by the facility, the food, and the setting, guaranteed. Sign up here!
(Yoga teachers/coaches/personal trainers/physical therapists: both of these weekends are followed by my signature five-day teachers’ intensive, Teaching Yoga to Athletes. Follow the links above to register.)
Give the gift of yoga with a YogaVibes gift card—you’ll find over 100 classes with me on the site, with more coming each week!
If your loved one is in central North Carolina or has plans to visit, both Carolina Yoga Company and Hillsborough Spa and Day Retreat offer gift cards in any amount. You can generate these immediately online, making them perfect for the true procrastinators (or the forgetful).
I look forward to connecting with you in 2018!
My latest post at Active Yogi, my blog at Yoga Journal, is on breathing during workouts. Hint: you’re doing it.
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