Time flies: 2018 will mark my tenth year on the faculty at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Lenox, Massachusetts. What a lovely place! My trips there always restore me. The students are wonderful, the staff are caring, the food is delicious, and the setting is wonderful any time of year. Best of all: Noon Dance! I’ll be back teaching both Yoga for Athletes and Teaching Yoga to Athletes in January. This trip makes a lovely holiday gift—there are always family members who come together. It’s also a great way to start your 2018 right.
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Yoga’s emphasis on form, focus, and breath can make you a better athlete. Learn how yoga complements mental and physical training, translating into increased efficiency and enjoyment in your sport and your life.
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