Posts Tagged: Books

Coming Spring 2019: Teaching Yoga Beyond the Poses

Last week, Alexandra and I turned in the manuscript for our second coauthored book, Teaching Yoga Beyond the Poses:  A Practical Workbook for Integrating Themes, Ideas, and Inspiration into Your Class. (Preorder it on Amazon here!) We designed this book for yoga teachers of every style, background, and level of experience; it would also be of… Read more »

Content Role Model: Alexandra DeSiato

Last week, I launched the Content Workshop, a workbook course for movement teachers. (Read all about it here, and use the code SRWORKSHOP to save $10 on it or on the package of the Content Workshop and the Movement Workshop). As I developed the course, I ran it past my most trusted colleagues for feedback…. Read more »

Favorite Books in 2017

One of the joys of 2017—and yes, there were some!—was taking an hour or more after lunch to sit and read for fun. Reading provided a welcome distraction from the news cycle and from work. I’ve been especially drawn to genre fiction, across all genres. (Perhaps I’m still decompensating from my PhD work. I swore… Read more »

Pub Day: LIFELONG YOGA

Today’s the official release date for Lifelong Yoga. While it’s my seventh book, it also marks some important firsts—it’s my first book cowritten with my longtime assistant, Alexandra DeSiato, my first book to be published by North Atlantic Books, and the first to feature my husband, Wes, as a model. (He’s joined by two other lovely… Read more »

Really, Really Last Minute Gift Ideas

Happy holidays! If you’ve found it difficult to think long-term in the last few weeks, I get it. And I’ve got you covered if you would like a signed copy of one of my books delivered to a U.S. address—if you order before 11 a.m. tomorrow, December 21, I will ensure it goes out Priority… Read more »

Coming Summer 2017: Lifelong Yoga

Coming next summer from North Atlantic Books: Lifelong Yoga, a book for anyone who wants to pick up or continue a yoga practice to support activity through the years. We’ll cover core strength, appropriate flexibility, and balance, balance, balance, so that you can develop and maintain a fun, helpful practice for decades to come. View this post on Instagram This contract… Read more »

Everyday Yoga: Now in E-Book Format

Everyday Yoga is now available as an e-book at both Amazon Kindle and Apple iBooks. Load it on your e-reader app on your phone or tablet and you can always have it with you to help you practice a little bit most days! Or, if you prefer a hard copy, shop online: Amazon; Barnes and Noble; Chapters/Indigo; IndieBound; VeloPress For a personalized signed copy, shop… Read more »

Read: Exclusive Excerpt from The Women’s Guide to Triathlon

Everyday Yoga isn’t my only new publication this summer; I contributed to The Women’s Guide to Triathlon, a fantastic compilation of essays covering all aspects of the sport. (It’s a great book for women and men; you can also read a chapter of mine in its companion volume, USA Triathlon’s Complete Triathlon Guide.) Here’s an excerpt from my chapter, “Alternative Exercises… Read more »

Scheduled: Everyday Yoga Event at the Regulator Bookshop

As the release of Everyday Yoga approaches, I’ve scheduled an event at another local independent bookstore, the Regulator in Durham, on Tuesday, July 7, at 7 p.m. Join me and you’ll be in a great position to go enjoy dinner at Rue Cler afterward! Join Sage at the Regulator Bookshop in Durham for an Everyday Yoga event. She’ll give a brief talk… Read more »

Scheduled: Everyday Yoga Book Event at Flyleaf Books

Join me at Flyleaf Books in Chapel Hill to celebrate the release of Everyday Yoga! On Wednesday, June 10, 7–8 p.m., I’ll give a brief talk about getting started doing yoga at home; offer time for Q&A; and lead a fun, accessible, all-levels, street-clothes-appropriate, mat-free yoga sequence. And you can pick up a copy of the book, which I’ll happily sign!