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.
Still feeling the warmth of the good company, I’ve already scheduled next year’s offering here in Carrboro. Join me Monday, June 27, through Friday, July 1, 2016. You will enjoy both the training and the lovely town, and you’ll leave energized and ready to carve out a niche in the field of yoga for athletes that will both boost your career and, best of all, help your students achieve their best.
And if you prefer a winter offering, join me at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health for the same program January 24–29. Better yet, come for the weekend Yoga for Athletes program, too, and you’ll get to enjoy fully the what and the why and the how of my work. That offering is January 22–24, and it’s open to everyone, regardless of sport or yoga experience. We frequently have couples, siblings, and parent-child pairs, where one half is a yoga veteran and the other is a newbie. It’s a great way to enjoy the same program but practice at your own level. Read more on both offerings and register here.
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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