4 Authors Exploring Yoga, Meditation, And Spirituality
You've probably had friends who've expounded on the virtues of yoga and meditation practice, but if you've never tried it, this dense world can be intimidating. These authors cover physical, mental, and spiritual wellbeing in a way that is accessible for any reader, whether you're just giving it a try or have spent years on your journey. This video was made with Ezvid Wikimaker.
Authors of Books for Your Body & Mind
Pelvic Floor Yoga with Leslie Howard
Gift Ideas for the Yogi in Your Life
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Jillian Pransky's Calm Body Clear Mind
Many of us are combatting stress from work, relationships, finances, and more. In today's fast-paced world, it can be beneficial to focus on yoga, meditation, and spirituality to reconnect with your inner self. In no particular order, here are a few authors worth investigating if you're looking for ways to find your zen.
At #1, we have Leslie Howard. She is a yoga practitioner and teacher, specializing in the use of stretching to address pelvic floor problems. Howard offers a 20-hour training course to teach students about the pelvis area and related ailments. It is intended for yogis, health care professionals, midwives, doulas, fitness trainers, and massage therapists.
Howard has written a book called "Pelvic Liberation." It was written to help women better understand their pelvis and includes detailed asanas and breathing practices. In addition to her writing, Howard sells body goods on her website, such as salves and mineral blends. One can also purchase "Yogawoman," a movie about female practitioners.
It was written to help women better understand their pelvis and includes detailed asanas and breathing practices.
For #2, we present Jillian Pransky. A certified Yoga Therapist, she is an international presenter and the author of "Deep Listening." Pransky is a guest teacher at many renowned holistic learning institutions, including the Kripalu Center, the Omega Institute, Mohonk Mountain House, and the Blue Spirit Retreat Center.
Pransky created and leads four-week courses for Yoga Journal and is a featured expert for Prevention Magazine. Her website features several blog entries with tips on mindfulness, detoxification, and deepening one's stretching practice. Pransky also hosts yoga retreats in various locations around the world, such as Lambertville, New Jersey, Rhinebeck, New York, and Nosara, Costa Rica.
For #3, we have Colleen Saidman Yee. Yee is a graduate of Jivamukti and owner of Yoga Shanti studios in New York City, Sag Harbor, and Westhampton. She has been featured in various media outlets such as Vanity Fair, East Hampton Star, the New York Times, Good Housekeeping, and Allure.
She has been featured in various media outlets such as Vanity Fair, East Hampton Star, the New York Times, Good Housekeeping, and Allure.
Colleen Saidman Yee has appeared in dozens of Gaiam fitness DVDs. In 2015, she published her book "Yoga For Life: A Journey to Inner Peace and Freedom," which blends practical stretching instruction with autobiography. In collaboration with Yoga Journal, she runs a 12-week online course based on her book that helps battle stress.
The last entry, #4, is Gregg Braden. He is a five-time New York Times best-selling author, scientist, and international public speaker. His book "The Wisdom Codes: Ancient Words to Rewire Our Brains and Heal Our Hearts" aims to help people understand how specific syntax can be used to provide comfort, healing, strength, and inner power.
Braden travels worldwide as a public speaker, including at the Conference for Consciousness and Human Evolution in London and the Healing Intensive Retreat in Maui. Fans of Braden can also sign up for small group tours with him as a guide in places such as Peru, New Mexico, and Tel Aviv.