Cover of THE ART OF YOGA SEQUENCING by Sage Rountree. Two models demonstrate yoga sequences.

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“The only resource you need to take your yoga sequencing to the next level!”

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live online: designing your yoga playbook

a workshop keyed to The Art of Yoga Sequencing

Tuesdays, June 4–July 2, 2:00–3:15 p.m. EDT

Learn the simple model that will fast-track your lesson planning and give you confidence adjusting on the fly. Create a full playbook of sequences that will work in a variety of class settings and styles. You’ll feel confident mixing and matching them so you can best serve the students who are present.

Hosted by The Thread Yoga Collective

June 4: Overview: The 6–4–2 Sequencing Model
June 11: Designing Warmups and Gentle Sequences
June 18: Designing Standing Sequences
June 25: Designing Mat Sequences
July 2: Putting It All Together: Transitions and Class Plans over Time

Classes are live virtual sessions. You will have access to all session replays and series content for 6 months after the end of the series. And you’ll get 15 Yoga Alliance CEUs.

Recommended reading: The Art of Yoga Sequencing

sequence library

As a thank you for reading, I would like to offer you the full sequence library (a $39 value) free of charge. Just send me an email with a screenshot of your order—or a photo of you with the book, even on your e-reader—and I’ll reply with a code to make the library free.

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Feeling uninspired when it’s time to plan? I’m here to help!

Give me your email and I’ll send you my go-to class plan with ideas for every minute. This is the class I teach when my energy is low—but it’s the favorite of my students from 20 to 80 years old! I’ll even give you tips on how to adapt it for various class formats.