“highly recommended as a way to create healthy habits for a more peaceful, happy life.”
“For yogis who seek a deeper connection with their practice, here is a clear path toward physical, mental, and spiritual practice . . .”
“For lawyers (and others) who want to improve their state of mind, feel healthier, be more effective, and experience better work-life balance, Yoga for Lawyers is recommended.”
“The Teenage Brain is a valuable resource for parents, youth workers, educators, and anyone involved with teens in any way.
In Restorative Yoga for Life, author Gail Grossman aims to help the reader feel at ease in the body, recover from illness or physical injury, and gain a sense of balance and well-being.
“Yoga for Cancer sets out to help people live longer, healthier and happier lives.”
“Yoga for Breast Care is recommended for women who want to take a positive approach to developing a balanced yoga practice that they can continue with confidence for a lifetime of
“Ms. Isaacs tells us about Eastern teachers trained by yogic masters.
“. . . a thought-provoking, inspiring journey and an important and welcome addition to the world of self-help books.”
“Obamacare, as Emmanuel points out, has already cost the Democrats their veto-proof majority in the senate, and could well cost them control of Congress in the coming midterm elections.
“The author takes neither a pro-drug nor an anti-drug stance, simply describing how human beings have repeatedly drugged themselves throughout the ages.”
“The theology underlying the diet is fairly vanilla; it boils down to the message that ‘God wants you to be thin.’ Hard to argue with that. . . .
“. . . every reader can benefit by the sage advice on how to mend a rift or even a shattered relationship and lessen the personal impact of strife.”
"If you are interested in the past, present, and future of the medicines you take . . . look no further than this book."
In Pick Your Yoga Practice author Meagan McCrary explores several “styles” of yoga.
“. . . a pitch-perfect call for health care changes in the mechanized deaths many suffer in America.”
“. . . a joy to read and educational at the same time.”
“. . . an excellent reference manual for yoga teachers, experienced students, and yoga therapists.”
“A practice that helps coordinate body, energy, and mind while making us more balanced and free from tension is immensely important,” writes Chögyal Namkhai Norbu, author of Tibetan Yoga of Mov
“This book could make a tasty chicken sandwich were it not served up as a hamburger.”
“Thoughts about personalized medicine are like gambling at a casino. We anticipate being winners or we wouldn’t go.”
“. . . a how-to guide for anyone ready to give back to the Earth more than he or she takes.”
“If a yoga practice is devoid of inquiry into the nature of mind or devoid of real self-reflection, is it really yoga?”