Stay Curious! Summer is a great time to catch up on your active desire to read more and be inspired. Here, we’ve collected some top yoga-relative reading from your fave teachers. So, before it’s too late, pick a book up from our boutiques or load up your kindle with some of these brilliant recs.
[bottom left] Carpenter: Richard Rosen’s newest book, Yoga FAQs. Local Yoga Legend, Richard asked his students what they wanted to know, and he answered! Its a fun, accessible and yet remarkably thorough — and profound — collection and everything we always wanted to know about Yoga, its past, present and future.
[bottom right] Domonick Wegesin: One recommendation: Stumbling on Happiness, by Daniel Gilbert. It’s more of a mindfulness book, but shares psychological insights into what makes us happy. Insightful read.
[top left] Baxter Bell: I love the books by Stephen Cope, The Wisdom of Yoga, and Yoga and the Quest for the True Self, as well as Richard Rosen’s Original Yoga and his newest book, Yoga FAQ.
[top right] Julia Alexander: I would recommend poetry – invoking our imagination, reviving the inspiration, speaking the language of the heart…Hafiz, Rumi (of course), Rilke…Mary Oliver, David Whyte…
[bottom left] Nubia Teixeira: Gita Wisdom by Joshua Greene, Yogini by Janice Gates
[bottom right] Siri Peterson: Awakening Shakti by Sally Kempton, Disease Delusion by Jeffrey Bland
[top left] Vickie Russell Bell: The Mirror of Yoga by Richard Freeman, Yogabody by Mark Singleton (a controversial read!), Yoga FAQs by Richard Rosen
[top right] Claudia Florian McCaffrey: – Bountiful, Beautiful, Blissful, by Gurmukh, Ina May’s Guide to Childbirth and Baby Massage, The Calming Power of Touch
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(Including Jaimi Patterson, featured in pics in this post.)
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