YOGA’S YAMAS and NIYAMAS – 10 Principles for Peace & Purpose
a yoga philosophy workbook – available on Amazon!
The Yamas and Niyamas are yoga’s essential, ethical principles. The Yamas (how to treat others) and the Niyamas (how to care for yourself) include values such as peace, truth, gratitude, and contentment and make life more manageable and meaningful. This book is a practical, relatable text for yoga instructors who want to incorporate yoga philosophy into their teaching or yoga students/teacher trainees who are deepening their understanding of the first two limbs of yoga. There is a chapter for each Yama and Niyama explaining what it is as well as a physical yoga practice, consideration, mantra, journal prompt, and a personal account of how the author used the principle in her own life.
an ebook, free download here
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His ‘n Hers
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a children’s story
A sock makes his way back to his match after being separated from her on laundry day.
Currently seeking a publisher.
Five Leaves Left
Ten Short Stories that use Nick Drake’s 1969 debut album Five Leaves Left as a launchpad and soon leave their birthplace far behind in an eclectic tour ’round the world.