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The Yoga Mind: 52 Essential Principles of Yoga Philosophy to Deepen Your Practice

 Bilingual yoga teacher, author and motivational speaker, Rina Jakubowicz has put together a weekly plan for deepening yoga practices and further understanding yoga philosophy. This book is ideal for practitioners, students and anyone seeking to understand yoga terminology a little better. It’s not a long laborious read designed to demystify Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, but rather […]

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Autophagy: How to Use Your Body’s Natural Intelligence for Self-Cleansing, Anti-Aging and Rapid Weight Loss

This book by Avery Hansen revealed itself through my search for healthy living. While I’ve heard of intermittent fasting before, I didn’t realize there was a correlation with cellular regeneration—which is something I’m extremely fascinated by. The author shares her personal story and incredible research into the process of encouraging autophagy and how this stage, […]

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Healing Trauma with Yoga

Traumatized people chronically feel unsafe within their bodies. Beth Shaw has the answer. Building on personal therapy, her book provides a thoughtful solution to those who are suffering from trauma, looking to become more resilient in their life as well as for yoga practitioners. She begins the book sharing her own personal trauma which led […]

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Heal Yourself: A Return to Wholeness – The Integration of Body, Mind, Soul & Spirit

Michelle Fondin bares her soul in this thoughtful guide to healing. She shares her personal struggle with her mother’s limiting beliefs, her fight with cancer and the obstacles she’s faced on her path to balance, wholeness and peace in her life. Yet this is not a story of Fondin’s life. While she does share her […]

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Hypno-Mindfulness Made Easy

This latest release by author and hypnotherapist Shelley Stockwell-Nicholas, Ph.D. challenges you to consider how success is all in the mind. In other words, the powerful and complex network of your mental engagement holds the key to your outcomes. First, you’re introduced to the way the mind works and how thoughts are to be held […]

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The Breathing Book

“Throughout time the process of breathing was always considered inseparable from our health, consciousness, and spirit, and it is only recently that we have reduced breathing to a more respiratory exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen.” What happened? The Breathing Book by Donna Farhi answers the question of how we have evolved to take our […]

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