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We are in the process of converting our print books into eBooks. Shambhala eBooks can be purchased from all major online eBook stores (including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple, Google, Kobo, and Sony). Links are provided on each book’s web page. To view our latest offerings, simply sort by publication date.
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  1. The Complete Nyingma Tradition from Sutra to Tantra, Books 15 to 17

    The Complete Nyingma Tradition from Sutra to Tantra, Books 15 to 17

    The Essential Tantras of Mahayoga

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    • Choying Tobden Dorje
    In 1838, Choying Tobden Dorje, a yogin and scholar of northeastern Tibet, completed a multivolume masterwork that traces the entire path of the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Buddhism from beginning to end. Written by a mantra practitioner for the benefit of mantra practitioners living among the lay community, it was intended to be informative, inspirational, and above all, practical. Its twenty-five books, or topical divisions, offer a comprehensive and detailed… Read More

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  2. Rise and Shine

    Rise and Shine

    Better Breakfasts for Busy Mornings

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    • Katie Sullivan Morford
    Mornings can be hectic, but registered dietitian, cook, and mom Katie Morford has the key to a saner, healthier way to start the day. With 75 recipes—quick and easy for weekdays, slow and luxurious for relaxed weekends—you can turn your morning into an exercise in good nutrition and great taste. You'll find breakfasts that can be eaten at the table (Egg-in-a-Nest Pesto Pizzas), at the bus stop (Strawberries and Cream… Read More

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  3. Good Karma

    Good Karma

    How to Create the Causes of Happiness and Avoid the Causes of Suffering

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    • Thubten Chodron
    Why do things happen the way they do in our lives? How do we create the causes for a happy life? The Buddhist practice of mind training gives us the answer to these questions: it involves overcoming our self-centered attitude and replacing it with an attitude that cherishes others. This, in turn, leads us to act in ways that naturally lead away from suffering and toward happiness—in short, to create… Read More

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  4. Existence

    Existence

    A Story

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    • David Hinton
    This is the story of existence, and it begins with a painting. Join David Hinton, the premier modern translator of the Chinese classics, as he stands before a single landscape painting, discovering in it the wondrous story of existence—and as part of that story, the magical nature of consciousness. What he coaxes from the image is nothing less than a revelation: the dynamic interweaving of mind and Cosmos, and the… Read More

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  5. What We Say Matters

    What We Say Matters

    Practicing Nonviolent Communication

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    • Ike Lasater,
    • Judith Hanson Lasater
    Have you ever tried to tell someone what you want only to feel misunderstood and frustrated? Or hesitated to ask for what you needed because you didn't want to burden the other person? Or been stuck in blame or anger that wouldn't go away?Judith and Ike Lasater, long-term students of yoga and Buddhism, experienced dilemmas like these, too. Even though they had studied the yoga principle of satya (truth) and… Read More

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  6. A Year of Living Your Yoga

    A Year of Living Your Yoga

    Daily Practices to Shape Your Life

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    • Judith Hanson Lasater
    Judith Hanson Lasater has been teaching an annual yoga retreat at Feathered Pipe Ranch, in Helena, Montana, for twenty-eight years. When Lasater learned that one of her students was collecting her thoughts—which she called “Judith’s aphorisms”—Lasater decided to collect them in this book. Featuring one thought for each day of the year, along with a suggested practice, these brief, powerful insights reflect the author’s knowledge of classic yoga philosophy and… Read More

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  7. Yoga for Fibromyalgia

    Yoga for Fibromyalgia

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

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    • 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

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    • 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. Yoga for Pregnancy

    Yoga for Pregnancy

    What Every Mom-to-Be Needs to Know

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    • Judith Hanson Lasater
    Drawing on her experience as a mother, a yoga teacher, and a physical therapist, author Judith Lasater, PhD presents a comprehensive and easy-to-follow program of yoga poses and breathing practices. These will help the mother to stay flexible and healthy throughout the pregnancy, remain present during the challenges of labor and delivery, and care for herself during the postpartum period. In addition, the author has created a special section called… Read More

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  10. Yogabody

    Yogabody

    Anatomy, Kinesiology, and Asana

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    • Judith Hanson Lasater
    In Yogabody, author Judith Hanson Lasater writes, “You can’t fully understand the dynamic movement of asana without first understanding the basic structure of the human body.” Drawing on almost forty years of experience as a yoga teacher and physical therapist, she focuses here on macroanatomy and kinesiology in relationship to asana.Organized into five parts—the locomotor system, the vertebral column, the lower extremity, the trunk, and the upper extremity—Yogabody takes you… Read More

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