Nov 22, 2012

Yoga Cures by Tara Stiles

Among all the things to be thankful for - friends and family this past year, facebook and blogging friends, and the good books I have read and loved, and even the ones I've had reservations about, in part or the whole.

One of my few book purchases this month has been Yoga Cures: Simple Routines to Conquer More Than 50 Common Ailments... by Tara Stiles. It has yoga positions that are familiar but geared towards helping with common and not so common ailments like acne, the flu, a broken heart, traveler's anxiety, wrinkles, and getting some zzz's (sleep)! It's a fun book to read if you already do some yoga, and doing the poses are a good way to get in your exercises, even if you don't suffer from any of the ailments it helps to cure!

Inversion poses, for instance, can help to get blood and oxygen to the brain and help wake you up if your thinking processes are slow at the moment. In any case, if you find yourself standing in a long line on Black Friday, just bend forward from the waist a few seconds to stay awake!

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!


Book of Secrets said...

I enjoy yoga. I don't do it very often, but when I do, I sleep great. Happy Thanksgiving!

Mary (Bookfan) said...

Yoga Cures sounds like an interesting book. I enjoy yoga but have gotten out of the habit. I need to start again.
Happy Thanksgiving!

Suko said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Harvee (although it's almost over). Another "yoga cure" is balasana or "child's pose", which is great for lower back problems. :)

Mason Canyon said...

Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. You make me want to learn yoga. One of these days I've got to try it.

Thoughts in Progress

Bellezza said...

Happy Thanksgiving my friend! However, that book looks like I'd get myself into a position I'd be stuck in forever! :)

Staci said...

Happy Thanksgiving!! I need to find a yoga class, but living in the sticks makes it a challenge!

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