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  1. Being Well (Even When You're Sick)

    Being Well (Even When You're Sick)

    Mindfulness Practices for People with Cancer and Other Serious Illnesses

    • by
    • Elana Rosenbaum
    Maintaining a state of well-being and equanimity in the midst of serious disease is a challenge, but mindfulness can help make it possible. It is a process of bringing a fierce but loving attention to everything that arises in our mind and body. The simple techniques Elana Rosenbaum presents here are the same ones she uses with the people in her practice of mindfulness-based psychotherapy and stress reduction—and that she… Read More

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  2. The Healing Power of the Breath

    The Healing Power of the Breath

    Simple Techniques to Reduce Stress and Anxiety, Enhance Concentration, and Balance Your Emotions

    • by
    • Richard Brown, MD,
    • Patricia Gerbarg, MD
    Here’s a drug-free, side-effect free solution to common stress and mood problems—developed by two physicians. Millions of Americans suffer from mood problems and stress-related issues including anxiety, depression, insomnia, and trauma-induced emotions and behaviors; and most would prefer not to take medication for their conditions due to troublesome side effects, withdrawal symptoms, and disappointing success rates. Drs. Richard P. Brown and Patricia L. Gerbarg provide a drug-free alternative… Read More

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  3. Sparks of Divinity

    Sparks of Divinity

    The Teachings of B. K. S. Iyengar

    • by
    • B. K. S. Iyengar
    • edited by
    • Noëlle Perez-Christiaens
    Sparks of Divinity is a collection of the teachings of yoga master B. K. S. Iyengar first published in a French-English bilingual edition in 1976. The material for this book was gathered and compiled by Noëlle Perez-Christiaens from class notes and correspondence during the formative years of Iyengar’s international career. The entries cover the period from the late 1950s, when Iyengar was invited by Yehudi Menuin to teach in Gstaad,… Read More

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  4. Yoga for Meditators

    Yoga for Meditators

    Poses to Support Your Sitting Practice

    • by
    • Charlotte Bell
    Charlotte Bell, author of Mindful Yoga, Mindful Life, has blended the practices of yoga and meditation since 1986. In her new book, Yoga for Meditators, she writes, “Asana practice, by its very nature, is about preparing the body for meditation. So a book on yoga for meditators may seem redundant. All yoga is for meditators, after all. Still, there are poses that I have found to be optimal in addressing… Read More

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  5. Original Yoga

    Original Yoga

    Rediscovering Traditional Practices of Hatha Yoga

    • by
    • Richard Rosen
    Part history, part philosophy, part yoga instruction manual, this book clears up some of the confusion and misconceptions about the development of yoga, both traditional and modern. Richard Rosen draws from ancient yoga manuals, which combine philosophy with postures and meditations, to show how traditional practice compares with what we do today. He is an engaging, experienced guide who reveals the development of modern yoga through the centuries and shows… Read More

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  6. Yoga for Computer Users

    Yoga for Computer Users

    Healthy Necks, Shoulders, Wrists, and Hands in the Postmodern Age

    • by
    • Sandy Blaine
    An ever-increasing number of people depend on computers for both work and entertainment, which means an ever-increasing number of hours spent slumped in a chair—and an ever-increasing number of hand, wrist, neck, and shoulder injuries. Yoga for Computer Users offers a new kind of preventive self-care. It contains twenty-three illustrated poses and exercises, plus breathing and relaxation techniques, that increase circulation and range of motion, prevent injuries to the upper… Read More

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  7. Yoga for Fibromyalgia

    Yoga for Fibromyalgia

    Move, Breathe, and Relax to Improve Your Quality of Life

    • by
    • Shoosh Lettick Crotzer
    Fibromyalgia is characterized by widespread pain in muscles, ligaments, and tendons, as well as fatigue and multiple tender points (places on the body where slight pressure causes pain). Although mainstream medicine has yet to devise a successful plan for treating fibromyalgia, yoga offers sensible strategies for managing—and sometimes overcoming—the pain. Written by a yoga teacher and suitable for both yoga novices and veterans, this book is grounded in simple movements,… Read More

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  8. Yoga for Healthy Knees

    Yoga for Healthy Knees

    What You Need to Know for Pain Prevention and Rehabilitation

    • by
    • Sandy Blaine
    Drawing on her expertise as a yoga teacher who has used yoga to recover from knee pain and to keep her knees healthy, Sandy Blaine presents a comprehensive yoga program to help you:understand factors in common knee problems that cause pain and limit mobilityestablish safety guidelines to help you get starteduse props, such as blankets and towels, to support your body, your breath, and your mindpractice yoga poses and exercises… Read More

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  9. The Mirror of Yoga

    The Mirror of Yoga

    Awakening the Intelligence of Body and Mind

    • by
    • Richard Freeman
    The world of yoga is astonishingly rich in its array of schools and practices. Yet as diverse as they seem, they share a common aim: the discovery of the essence of existence that can be found at the core of our being, and the liberation that comes from that discovery. With this worthy goal in mind, Richard Freeman presents an enlightening overview of the many teachings, practices, and scriptures that… Read More

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  10. The Inner Art of Karate

    The Inner Art of Karate

    Cultivating the Budo Spirit in Your Practice

    • by
    • Kenji Tokitsu
    Budo, the way of the martial arts, is at heart a path of spiritual cultivation and self-realization whose aim is to develop a strategic mind that makes combat unnecessary. Kenji Tokitsu explains the philosophy of karate as budo and looks deeply at the key concepts that are essential for developing the budo mind in karate practice. These concepts are: distance and timing, … Read More

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