Sage Rountree, PhD, E-RYT 500, author of several books on yoga for athletes and yoga sequencing, specializes in creating accessible classes for students from all backgrounds and has contributed essays on teaching to Yoga Journal. With more than a decade of experience teaching in both classroom and studio settings, Sage trains yoga and movement teachers from all disciplines at the 200- and 500-hour levels, in person and online, covering topics from sequencing to classroom management to professionalism. Her inclusive, enthusiastic teaching helps yoga teachers develop the skills to achieve their personal best while helping students grow.
From past participants…
What a great class! At age 40, I am just now discovering my “inner jock.” You gave me a new image of an athlete that is healthy, balanced, focused and listens to their body. You brought yoga to my level, made it accessible, and gave me a great base to build on. —Leigh F.
The program was fantastic! It will help me on the tennis court, in my yoga classes, and even at my desk. The careful descriptions of the poses were something I really needed [and] the group discussions were terrific. The different activities made each day exciting and unexpected. —Jeanne S.
I now have a much more positive feeling about yoga and its likely benefits for me. —Bob F.
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