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Scheduled: Yoga for Athletes Five-Day Teachers’ Intensive in Carrboro

I spent a lot of time at Carrboro Yoga this summer with a lot of wonderful students. The brightest highlight was my annual five-day teachers’ intensive on yoga for athletes. This sympathetic group of lovely colleagues was especially present with and kind to me during the week my father had brain surgery, and I’ll remember everyone fondly…. Read more »

Walking in Circles

January marked my seventh year of visiting the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, where I led my annual weekend of yoga for athletes and a five-day intensive on teaching yoga to athletes (always available online, and offered in North Carolina this July). For most of us who visit, a stay at Kripalu is like being in yoga… Read more »

Last-Minute Gift Ideas

Last-minute shopper? It’s not too late to give these fun gifts and experiences (or to use your Christmas money toward these): Events Kripalu Workshops If you’re a student of yoga—or want to be—come to the gorgeous Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health and we’ll spend the weekend of January 23–25 exploring yoga for athletes (and… Read more »

Watch: Yoga for Athletes Teachers’ Lounge: Christina’s World

Here’s the last in my series of classes from the Teaching Yoga to Athletes intensive. Join me for an in-person version of the intensive at Kripalu in January and at Carrboro Yoga in July, or online anytime at Sage Yoga Teacher Training.   In this short online yoga class for athletes, teachers, and anyone, filmed at the end of… Read more »

Everyday Yoga

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Refine Your Sequencing

Much of my work in the last year has been taxonomical—categorizing and collating the sequences of poses I teach in class. There are various approaches to building a yoga pose sequence for class or home practice; mine is based on a chunking model. Each sequence constitutes a chunk, and these chunks can be strung together to create a short… Read more »

Watch: Yoga for Athletes Teachers’ Lounge: Spine and Hips

For those of you interested in the thinking behind why we do what we do in my yoga for athletes classes, here’s a new series at Yoga Vibes! Filmed during my Teaching Yoga to Athletes intensive, these classes include explanation about the theory behind my sequencing, with ample free time for you to explore the poses… Read more »

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