Embodied Resilience Through Yoga

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This inspiring book, filled with thirty personal essays of resilience found through yoga, supports your healing journey to find empowerment, connection, and growth following trauma.

Featuring Susanna Barkataki, Sarah Nannen, Zabie Yamasaki, Michelle Johnson, and many other renowned practitioners, Embodied Resilience through Yoga showcases amazing stories of overcoming addiction, working through trauma, and learning to how to heal from grief. Topics of loss and trauma are often swept aside in conversations about mindfulness and yoga, but this remarkable book presents empowering essays that prove your experiences matter and that yoga can help you find the resilience to carry on.

Explore unique perspectives on trauma related to gender, identity, body image, and more. This essential reading will inspire you to find strength you didn’t even realize you had.

336 Pages, Paperback, Published by LlewellynBooks
23 x 15 x 2 centimetres
Kat Heagberg, Melanie C. Klein, Kathryn Ashworth & Toni Willis

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