Once again, I’ll be spearheading a tour of REI stores to present on yoga for outdoor athletes on behalf of my wonderful sponsor prAna. Last year’s events featured me and my assistant Steve Krojniewski; this year, more of my colleagues, students, and protégées will join, and we all really look forward to seeing you!
Each event is open to athletes of all sports and all levels of yoga experience. We’ll be teaching a beginner-friendly class targeting outdoor athletes and answering your questions about how yoga and training mesh. Everyone who comes will receive a sweet gift from prAna, to boot. At only $10 for both members and nonmembers, this is a great opportunity to connect with a teacher who shares your interests and to jump-start your yoga practice for 2015. Space at some of the stores is limited, so sign up now to reserve your spot. Bring a yoga mat, an open mind, and all your questions about yoga for athletes!
I’ll be in the Seattle area one week and the midwest/NYC another.
A certified Sage Yoga for Athletes teacher, Steve has assisted me in my teachers’ intensive, helped me cover last year’s tour, and works with Notre Dame athletes to achieve their personal best. He’s sure to give you lots of great tips! Visit his website.
Thierry is soon to finish the Carolina Yoga Teacher Training. He’s passionate about yoga for athletes and, as a former marine, understands the mindset athletes bring to yoga—and the ways yoga can help athletes prevent injury and recover from training.
Kim has a certification in Sage Yoga for Athletes, has been a longtime protégée of mine, and works with major collegiate programs. Visit her website.
Alexandra is my senior assistant—and, as a backpacker, a voracious REI customer. Visit her website.
Kortni is a graduate of the Carolina Yoga Teacher Training and both a great teacher and a strong but light-hearted athlete.
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