I’m so excited to share that my new book, “Structure and Spirit: Moving Smarter Both On and Off the Mat,” will be ready in just a few weeks. To give you a sense of what it’s about, I’m going to share bits and pieces of the book over the next few weeks so that when it’s ready, you’ll have a better idea of what it covers.
This book is my second book; my first, Stretched: “Build Your Yoga Business, Grow Your Teaching Techniques,” covers the business of yoga, how to grow your own business, and essential tips for teaching. While I have also published an e-book, “Key Aspects of Anatomy for Yoga Teachers,” and an anatomy manual, “The Bare Bones Yoga Guide to Anatomy,” this is my second self-published book. Unlike my first book, I focus in this one primarily on anatomy in the first 8 chapters. In the second half of the book, I share themes of the spirit, as it’s impossible to connect to the body without also connecting on some level, to your spirit.
The 8 anatomical themes covered in the first half of the book are:
In the second half of the book, I focus on themes of the spirit. These include stories from my life as well as contributions from other yoga teachers who share thoughts and inspirations about these different themes. These things include:
- Paying Attention
The book is meant for anyone who is curious about the function and structure of the body, but not to the exclusion of the impact of the mind and spirit on how we feel. My focus on yoga anatomy is my passion and while I do focus on it primarily in my teaching, I also love to add in thoughts and ideas that are inspired by the tremendous impact our mind has on our overall health. The book is also designed for yoga teachers as well, because of course, as a teacher myself, I wanted to share my love of anatomy and provide readers with a detailed review of several fundamental themes in the anatomy of yoga.
Over the next several weeks, I’ll continue to share excerpts from the book and can’t wait until it’s ready for release!
If you’d like to be on a special list to get it first, please send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for reading!