Teaching Yoga for the Menstrual Cycle: An Ayurvedic Approach
Anja Brierley Lange
Menstrual cycle awareness is crucially important when trying to understand the needs of your yoga students. This book addresses the importance of the menstrual cycle and how ayurvedic principles can best be applied to understand the anatomical, physiological and hormonal changes that take place during different stages and weeks throughout the menstrual cycle. The author highlights the purpose and importance of each phase of the menstrual cycle and how yoga teaching can and should be tailored accordingly to your students' menstrual needs.
Yoga Therapy Across the Cancer Care Continuum
Leigh Leibel & Anne Pitman
Yoga therapists are part of an evidenced-informed healthcare team uniquely qualified to support whole-person care throughout the cancer experience, professionally and with tender-hearted humanity. This book is essential reading for all those who are touched by cancer: patients, survivors, patient advocates, caregivers, and all those in their service including oncologists, nurse practitioners, physical therapists, psychologists, social workers, yoga practitioners, and other health practitioners interested in yoga as an evidence-informed therapeutic intervention.
Knowing You: The Difference That Makes The Difference
Dr Amanda Foo-Ryland
Knowing You is the book everyone should read if they are curious about what makes them who they are. In this book, the author, Dr Amanda Foo-Ryland, unpacks the process of self-examination, helping readers to discover, observe and investigate their own minds, to delete the beliefs that do not serve them and install new ones that do. This process is known as neural coding. The perfect book to read for all those ready to take charge and commit to making a real change in their lives.
The Good Life: Lessons From The World's Longest Study on Happiness
Robert Waldinger & Marc Schulz
What is the key to a good life? Waldinger and Schulz, directors of the Harvard Study of Adult Development, boil it down simply: "Good relationships keep us happier and healthier. Period."We know this thanks to 84 years of The Harvard Study, an extraordinary scientific endeavour that began in 1938 and is still going strong. The book is full of insights about humanity and happiness, offering readers a guide to prioritising the important things in life – a timely message, given the devastating isolation so many experienced over the past few years during lockdown.