I recently finished reading Tiger in a Lion’s Den, by former LSU men’s basketball coach Dale Brown. It’s kind of what you’d expect in reading a book by a coach. It certainly isn’t a literary masterpiece. But, I’m a hoops junkie, and I’ll read most books on basketball by successful coaches just to see what’s there.
Brown was an emotional leader, one who played by the rules and was an outspoken critic of the NCAA. I enjoyed his stories regarding coaching against basketball luminaries such as Bob Knight of Indiana and Joe B. Hall of Kentucky. The story I relate here had to do with UCLA coach John Wooden. Continue reading →
Starting in January, my Yoga for Men classes will move to the Willamette Wellness Center / FOF at 6735 SW Country Club Drive, Corvallis, Oregon. It’s a very nice space. They have blocks, but folks should bring their own mats, if possible. And the price is quite reasonable (price updated, January 2013):
$9.00 – drop in $7.00 – 15 class pass ($105) $6.00 – 30 class pass ($180)
Beginning Men’s Yoga – This class introduces Men to Yoga and establishes familiar routines for the continuing student to build competency. The class is active and can offer a work out to those who desire it, but it also includes a focus on alignment, breathing and relaxation. Mondays from 5:30-6:30pm
Beginning Senior Men’s Yoga – This is an accessible class that focuses on the set up of basic and attainable postures and breathing exercises. We use a chair for balance and comfort and classes end with deep relaxation. Wednesdays from 2:30-3:30pm
Please note, while both classes are labeled “beginner” a main focus of these “men’s” yoga classes is to foster community among men. So, any level is welcome.