Accessible Yoga: Poses and Practices for Every Body
by Jivana Heyman
This is more than a how-to book on physical modifications, it is the perfect addition to the library of anyone interested in helping to make the mind, body, and spiritual practices of Yoga accessible for themselves, and for any person regardless of age, race, size, shape, gender, ability, and socioeconomic background.
Yoga Therapists will feel confident suggesting this book as a resource for Medical and Allied Health Professionals to access tools for personal and patient self-care strategies.
Accessible Yoga: Poses and Practices for Every Body is a wonderfully “accessible” introduction to Yoga philosophy/history; providing clear and inclusive options for accessing postures most often found in contemporary western public group yoga classes.
It is also a great resource for many Yoga Therapists who may take the opportunity to teach as skilled Yoga Instructors in clinical settings-addressing groups with varying physical concerns.
I have already added it to my “suggested reading” list for my “12-Week Yoga Therapeutics for Chronic Back Pain” Workshops. I am thrilled that my workshop and class participants will have yet another resource to inform and empower them to approach their practice at home, and when the time comes that they feel confident to venture out into public classes.
Monsieur GreyPoopOn helped with the review of the book prior to it's release.
MisterMittnes helped with proofreading.
Stay tuned for a full review once Monsieur GreyPoopOn and MisterMittens hear back from their editor.
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