Meet Amanda Frayeh, PhD, who joins me at Kripalu in January 2020 for two workshops: Yoga for Athletes and Teaching Yoga to Athletes. You’ll benefit from her work in sport psychology and kinesiology, as well as her excellent sense of humor!
Posts Tagged: Sage Yoga for Athletes
Meet Beth Marek! Beth is the most recently certified teacher to graduate from my Teaching Yoga to Athletes course. She lives in El Paso, Texas, where she works as a climbing guide and yoga teacher. Beth came to yoga as a runner—she ran at Davidson College, down the road from me in North Carolina. Like… Read more »
Meet Deanna Velazquez, one of the newest certified Sage Yoga for Athletes teachers. Deanna has a deep well of expertise in fitness. She has worked as a group fitness instructor, a personal trainer, and of course a yoga teacher. She’s lived in a range of interesting places, too, from Alaska to Austin to, briefly, Raleigh,… Read more »
Meet Cristina, the newest certified Sage Yoga for Athletes teacher. She offers classes and private lessons in Oakville, Ontario.
If you’ve been thinking you’d like to try my online classes, or yoga in general, but feel unsure where to start, check out this excellent resource from Yoga Vibes. They have created a channel with week-by-week suggestions to get you started using yoga to balance your training or whatever else you do with your body…. Read more »
It was a special treat to chat with Sarajean Rudman for her East West Functional Medicine podcast. Sarajean is a bright light of a teacher, positive and curious, and taking her yoga classes is always a highlight of my visits to the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Massachusetts. For the podcast, we discuss… Read more »
Heads up, all my friends who like yoga for athletes plus good conversations: here’s a podcast for you. CLUTCH, hosted by Joe Pace from Icewater Yoga. Joe was a collegiate pitcher and is a great conversationalist. I spoke to him about athletes’ ability to find comfort with discomfort and their/our need to find comfort with… Read more »
I wrote a post for the Kripalu blog outlining my approach to yoga for athletes. It’s summed up in the title: it’s not athletic yoga! Instead, it’s yoga to complement what we do in training. To put it succinctly, yoga for athletes is not necessarily athletic yoga. It certainly can be: At various points in… Read more »
Meet Alison Whelan, the newest certified Sage Yoga for Athletes teacher. Alison lives in New York City, where she teaches yoga full time and runs a nonprofit called Breathe and Believe Yoga, focused on bringing yoga to those who would otherwise be unable to access the practice. A lifelong athlete, Alison played lacrosse in college before… Read more »
I’m excited to visit Boston again! My last trip there was for the 2008 Boston Marathon, which was so perfect that I never returned, despite having signed up subsequent races. I figured nothing could top the perfect weather and requalifying run, or the sweet time with my mother, who went to college in the city,… Read more »