In addition to blog posts and articles, I've co-written two books on yoga.
Teaching Yoga Beyond The Poses, co-written with Sage Rountree and forthcoming from North Atlantic Books May 14, 2019, is for seasoned practitioners of yoga and yoga professionals. The aim of the book is to take teachers and seasoned students beyond the poses, and offer a fresh perspective on creating meaningful themes for yoga classes. It's part workbook, part journal, and includes a template for crafting yoga themes that resonate.
Read an excerpt here!
*NEW* We're offering plenty of online goodies linked to the book, including playlists and links to poems referenced in the book. You'll also find theming templates and a full online course, featuring audio discussions with Sage and Alexandra and prompts and even more themes! Check out the free goodies, and take the online course linked to the book.
Super excited about this topic? So are we! Join us at Kripalu this fall for a weekend workshop on Teaching Yoga Beyond The Poses. Sign up for the workshop at Kripalu, November 22–24.
Order a paper copy: direct from Penguin/Random House, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Chapters Indigo, IndieBound
Order an e-book copy: Apple Books, Kindle, Kobo, Nook
Lifelong Yoga, co-written with Sage Rountree and published in 2017 by North Atlantic Books, examines yoga for healthy aging, including poses, sequences, and how yoga philosophy can inform our attitudes toward getting older. It's a great book for new practitioners of yoga, as the instruction is clear and the images of poses show lots of options. The sequences are simple without being easy, and the introduction to philosophy is approachable and applicable.
E-book: Amazon Kindle; Apple iBooks
Online: Amazon; Barnes & Noble; Chapters/Indigo; IndieBound