General Info: Whether you are a new athlete, competitive age grouper, or rising star, you'll benefit from taking a mindful approach to endurance sports, using your training and racing to enhance your life. Contact me to see how you can train wisely for races from the 5K to the ultramarathon, sprint triathlon to the full Ironman, in swim, bike, run, and every combination.
Author, The Athlete's Guide to Yoga (VeloPress, 2008), The Athlete's Pocket Guide to Yoga (VeloPress, 2009), and pieces in Runner's World, Running Times, Yoga Journal Online, Inside Triathlon, Women's Running, and Endurance Magazine; creator, The Athlete's Guide to Yoga DVD, and Sage Yoga Training podcast; USAT level 2 coach; USAC level 3 coach; Registered Yoga Teacher; PhD, English literature; Team USA, 2008 Rates & Fees: If you’re considering hiring a personal coach, I’d be happy to talk with you—I may have room to add you to my roster. We start with an initial consultation, ideally in person, to make sure we’re compatible. If not, there’s no charge, and I’ll try to help Training Camps Offered: Workshops nationwide, including weekend retreats on yoga and training, both at ZAP Fitness and at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. Full workshop details: http://www.sagerountree.com/sagetree/Teaching/Workshops.html
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