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Reflection on Over a Decade of Teaching at Carrboro Yoga

The 10-year anniversary of the Carrboro Yoga Company—and hence of my teaching yoga—passed quietly on March 1, 2014, because I was busy teaching an intensive at the studio on classroom management and safety as part of our 500-hour yoga teacher training. The studio was founded by my friend and longtime Kripalu assistant Donia Robinson. When… Read more »

REI Yoga for Athletes Tour

Happy new year! I look forward to connecting with you in 2014. Maybe we’ll connect online via my classes for yoga students—athletes and everyone—or my courses for yoga teachers (there’s a new one being built and released very soon). Or maybe we’ll get to meet in person. I’m leading two programs at Kripalu in January,… Read more »

Extreme Last Minute Gifts

Are you the type to do your holiday shopping at the drugstore as dusk approaches on Christmas Eve? Here are a few extremely last-minute ideas from the intersection of yoga and endurance sports: Epsom salts, combined with a copy of The Athlete’s Guide to Recovery (also available in German, Japanese, and Spanish). While the salts themselves may or… Read more »

Active Yogi: Retreat to Proceed

As I continue to unpack my inbox and to-do list after spending a fantastic week teaching at Kripalu, here’s a piece on why retreats, like training camps, help us focus on moving forward. I’m at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts, teaching yoga for athletes all week. It… Read more »

Just Scheduled: Intensive on Teaching Yoga to Athletes

I’ve booked the dates for my next intensive on teaching yoga to athletes at my home studio, Carrboro Yoga, in beautiful central North Carolina, July 8–12, 2013. If you’re more of a winter-in–New England type, I’m teaching a similar program at Kripalu starting January 27; details here. Each program is equivalent to the content portion… Read more »

Teaching Yoga to Athletes: Online vs. In Person

In January, I’ll repeat my intensive on teaching yoga to athletes at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in the Berkshires. We had a wonderful time last year and I’m already looking forward to this iteration of the intensive. I had a great question about the difference between the course there and my online… Read more »

Teacher Training with Sage

Yoga teachers change lives. Share your love of yoga and help your students find greater connection and freedom. bring Sage to your studio Want to bring Sage to your studio? Download the Workshop Offerings and contact become a yoga teacher With my co-owner Lies Sapp, I lead a 200-hour Yoga Alliance–registered yoga teacher training at the… Read more »

The Athlete’s Guide to Yoga

buy Direct from Sage—personalized, signed copy   Online: Amazon, Barnes and Noble, IndieBound, VeloPress Locally: Available at bookstores, bike, triathlon, and running stores Internationally: Distributed in the UK through Cordee and in Australia through Woodslane description Yoga makes good athletes better. This time-honored discipline imparts flexibility, balance, and whole-body strength, creating improvements in an athlete’s form, efficiency, and power. In… Read more »

Bio, CV, and Philosophy

Sage Rountree is an internationally recognized authority in yoga for athletes, an endurance sports coach specializing in athletic recovery, and the co-owner of several wellness businesses. Sage is the author of eight books, including The Athlete’s Guide to Yoga, Racing Wisely, Everyday Yoga, and, most recently, Lifelong Yoga and Teaching Yoga Beyond the Poses, both cowritten with Alexandra DeSiato. Sage’s classes,… Read more »

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