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Holiday Gift Ideas

If, like me, you are just thinking about holiday shopping, I submit a few ideas for yoga-themed gifts for the athletes (or anyone) on your list. My ProductsMy books and DVDs can help your friends begin or deepen their yoga practices. The Athlete’s Pocket Guide to Yoga will even fit into a stocking! You can find… Read more »

Seminar on Multisport Training

Join me and some other great area speakers for this two-day clinic, which offers five or ten CEUs for USA Triathlon coaches, and which will be very useful for athletes, too! —Sage Multi-Part Seminar for the Multi Sport Coach and Athlete November 20–21, 20101:00 PM – 6:00 PM5 or 10 USAT CEU Credit CourseHuman Performance… Read more »

Enjoy the Process

Last night, over Champagne (don’t be alarmed by the picture, there were other people present to aid in consumption!), my business partner, Lies Sapp (at right), and I bought the Carrboro Yoga Company from my longtime friends, Rick and Donia Robinson (Donia’s at left, and will be familiar to my Kripalu students as my most… Read more »

More Yoga for Athletes in NYC

I had a blast at the New York Marathon—not just during the race itself, but for the whole long weekend. There’s a full report at my site, mostly pictorial. Marvel at Joan Benoit Samuelson, the bunny-head runner, and the crowds! Thrill as I pose pretentiously in front of banners! Sigh at the cuteness of my… Read more » Fundraiser

Are you glued to coverage of the Tour of California? If so, you might need some yoga about now! Try standing, breathing deeply, and circling your arms up as you inhale, down as you exhale. Then keep both arms up and lean into a side stretch each way. Spread your feet a little and twist… Read more »

Yoga ON the Bike

Last week’s webinar presentation was an interesting experience. I shooed Wes and the girls out of the house and sat at my desk, facing my computer, talking to people I couldn’t see or even receive a reaction from. (This last point is not necessarily true of all webinars; because I work on a Mac, I… Read more »

Receiving Assistant(s)

My weekend at Kripalu is full enough that I’ll need to bring an assistant. I’m delighted that Donia Robinson, owner of the Carrboro Yoga Company, has agreed to join me. Donia is a whiz at using props, which comes in very handy for athletes. She has taught a class called “How to Cheat at Yoga,”… Read more »

New Year, New Site

Happy new year! I’ve spent much of my holiday downtime working on a new Web site, which I’ve launched today. If you have bookmarks to my pages, most of them will work, but some won’t—most notably, the podcast pages. I’m working on moving the RSS podcast feed to the new site, but it might take… Read more »

D.C. Report

Vivi and Wes strike catalog poses at the Washington Monument, overlooking the Lincoln Memorial My family joined me on my business trip to Washington, D.C., this weekend. This was the girls’ first trip there. They loved the Museum of Natural History and the zoo; they were perplexed by the freeze-dried ice cream sold at the… Read more »

A Lovely Surprise

In a surprise package from my mother-in-law: the gorgeous book on Kripalu Yoga written by her teacher Richard Faulds, with a beautiful inscription: Dear Sage, What a dynamic life you’re leading! May all your disciplines, combined with a healthy measure of serendipity and grace, lead you down the road of an amazing and entrancing life…. Read more »

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