I’m happy to point you to YogaVibes’s new Yoga for Athletes page, where you can stream dozens of instructional videos I’ve recorded over the last two years. One of my classes (Thursdays at 5:45 p.m. at Carrboro Yoga Co.: join us if you want to be an Internet yoga star!) is recorded each week and appears online a few days later.
What an honor to have a whole channel to showcase the work I love so much! I feel doubly honored to have this channel next to its neighbor, classes from Exhale in Southern California, where you can stream practices with Erich Schiffmann, Annie Carpenter, Saul David Raye, Hala Khouri, and many more fantastic teachers.
Please check out the free vignettes and try a class or two. They come in various flavors and levels (1 or 2, nothing too crazy) and can fit your training cycle no matter whether you’re just getting started (go for a harder class) or close to a race (try a class for athletic recovery).
A little trivia: the models in the banner photo are, L to R, my coach’s husband (a cat 2 rider); my running partner (a crack tennis player); me; my babysitter (varsity track & XC runner as a sophomore); and a running buddy’s son (60-minute-man in high school football). Nice crew! My husband shot our picture on the elementary school field. Not a mountain was in sight. Hooray, Photoshop!
Welcome to the world a wonderful, much-needed, beautifully produced book: Adaptive Yoga by Dr. Ingrid Yang and Dr. Kyle Fahey. I give this book my absolute highest recommendation!
Last week’s pedagogical theme was samtosa, contentment. My students smiled when they heard that. Who wouldn’t want to do a […]