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  1. The Way of Judo

    The Way of Judo

    A Portrait of Jigoro Kano and His Students

    • by
    • John Stevens
    Kodokan judo, one of the most well-known martial arts in the world today, was originated by Jigoro Kano (1860–1938), a martial artist and career educator who developed the art after studying several types of jujutsu, sumo, and Western wrestling. Openness and refinement were hallmarks of his personal and professional style, and he relentlessly searched for the best way to practice, teach, and perform techniques. This biography shows how Kano… Read More

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  2. Yoga: Critical Alignment

    Yoga: Critical Alignment

    Building a Strong, Flexible Practice through Intelligent Sequencing and Mindful Movement

    • by
    • Gert van Leeuwen
    Relax your body, build deep core strength, and find new ease of movement in your practice with Yoga: Critical Alignment. As a serious student or teacher of yoga, you may have a strong, vigorous physical practice, but is it optimized for your body and mind? The key to a sustainable yoga practice is to target alignment and strength at the most fundamental level—the skeleton. This cultivates ease and flow… Read More

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  3. The Power of Ashtanga Yoga

    The Power of Ashtanga Yoga

    Developing a Practice That Will Bring You Strength, Flexibility, and Inner Peace

    • by
    • Kino MacGregor
    Ashtanga Yoga is a graceful, athletic type of yoga that has become extremely popular in recent years. Here, Kino MacGregor, a disciple of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, the great modern guru who developed Ashtanga Yoga, gives a comprehensive view of the practice and shows how Ashtanga is fundamentally a path of spiritual transformation and personal development. MacGregor delves into the history and tradition of Ashtanga Yoga and reveals how… Read More

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  4. The 36 Strategies of the Martial Arts

    The 36 Strategies of the Martial Arts

    The Classic Chinese Guide for Success in War, Business, and Life

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    • Hiroshi Moriya
    Here is a collection of ancient Chinese maxims on strategy, battlefield tactics, and deception—in the spirit of such classics as The Art of War and The Book of Five Rings—made fresh and relevant with contemporary examples and explanation. The origin of The 36 Strategies of the Martial Arts is unknown; however, the text is a synthesis of various military principles, political expressions, and even folk sayings, some of which are… Read More

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  5. Daddy Long Legs

    Daddy Long Legs

    The Natural Education of a Father

    • by
    • John T. Price
    John Price appears to have thrown in the towel. He has spent the last year struggling to support his family, neglecting to spend time with his wife and children, and becoming increasingly cynical about the degraded state of the natural world around him. After a heart-attack scare, however, his wife demands that he start appreciating all the “good things” in his life: their mouse-infested old house, their hopelessly overgrown yard,… Read More

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  6. And in Health

    And in Health

    A Guide for Couples Facing Cancer Together

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    • Dan Shapiro
    This book offers engaging and digestible lessons for couples navigating the life change that a cancer diagnosis brings. Dan Shapiro draws on his more than twenty-five years of clinical work as a health psychologist who has researched and worked with couples facing cancer, and on his own experiences of being both the patient (having and beating Hodgkin’s lymphoma in his twenties) and the supporter/advocate (when his wife was diagnosed with… Read More

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  7. The Harvard Medical School Guide to Tai Chi

    The Harvard Medical School Guide to Tai Chi

    12 Weeks to a Healthy Body, Strong Heart, and Sharp Mind

    • by
    • Peter M. Wayne,
    • Mark L. Fuerst
    Conventional medical science on the Chinese art of Tai Chi now shows what Tai Chi masters have known for centuries: regular practice leads to more vigor and flexibility, better balance and mobility, and a sense of well-being. Cutting-edge research from Harvard Medical School also supports the long-standing claims that Tai Chi also has a beneficial impact on the health of the heart, bones, nerves and muscles, immune system, and the… Read More

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  8. Pain-Free Sitting, Standing, and Walking

    Pain-Free Sitting, Standing, and Walking

    Alleviate Chronic Pain by Relearning Natural Movement Patterns

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    • Craig Williamson
    Most of us take the acts of sitting, standing, and walking for granted, but for those suffering from back, muscle, and joint pain, even these seemingly simple actions can be extremely uncomfortable. Poor body alignment or habitual movement patterns that crop up when we compensate for a bad back or painful neck can only further exacerbate existing issues—and create new problems. In this accessible workbook, Craig Williamson demonstrates how… Read More

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  9. Cultivating Ch'i

    Cultivating Ch'i

    A Samurai Physician's Teachings on the Way of Health

    • by
    • Kaibara Ekiken
    Samurai are best known for taking life—but here is a samurai doctor’s prescription for how to preserve life, and to make yours a long and healthy one. Unlike other samurai of his time, the samurai Kaibara Ekiken (1630–1714) was concerned less with swordsmanship than with how to maintain and nurture the healthy mind and body upon which martial techniques and philosophy depended. While serving as the chief medical doctor and… Read More

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  10. The Life-Giving Sword

    The Life-Giving Sword

    Secret Teachings from the House of the Shogun

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    • Yagyu Munenori
    The legendary seventeenth-century swordsman Yagyu Munenori was the sword instructor and military and political adviser to two shoguns—and was a rival to the great Miyamoto Musashi. Despite his martial ability and his political power, Munenori spent his life immersed in Zen teachings and practice. These teachings formed the framework for his deeply spiritual approach to sword fighting; Munenori saw in the practice of the sword a way to transform the… Read More

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